The Joyful Practice is now OPEN

So today marks a very special day. The opening of my own Life Coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming Practice which has been approaching a year in the making! If you’ve followed my social channels or my blog for some time, then you’ll know I’ve been studying for two Diplomas and taking on practice clients whilst I learn, develop and grow as a Practitioner. This hasn’t been easy with a full time job but every ounce of energy and time is 100% worth it when it means I can continue to support and help people.   The Joyful Practice is a…
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Luca Olias on Men’s Mental Health

Hey Luca, so let’s kick this off. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Hey Sarah, sure thing. So, I’m 25 years old and I work with Joe Wicks at The Body Coach as a part of his social media team. I’ve always been very sporty and my passion for fitness grew at 17 as it became a place I could switch off and relieve stress, whilst challenging myself physically.   So sports and training has been helpful to you when it comes to managing stress. What other things have you found helpful? I’m also a big music…
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Getting comfortable with your body

I’m curious. Have you ever really liked your body? Have you ever given your body the credit for all the crazy cool shit it does all by itself every waking and resting second, minute and hour? Have you ever been happy in the skin that you’re in? I suppose this blog post follows on from my last. As part of my recovery from an eating disorder I’ve had to find a way to get a bit more comfortable with myself and yet every day I seem to be confronted by messages and triggering situations that want to throw me off…
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Mental health, A Letter & Me

The stories we tell ourselves become who we are.   I guess this is me telling my story. Although it’s not a story in the traditional sense with a start and an end – a neat beginning and a well-formed conclusion; it’s life. It’s messy and chaotic yet simple and repetitive. It’s changing all the time, whilst staying the same. It’s full of closed doors, packed full of open ones. I’ve been using this space to write and explore for exactly a year now. Whilst I’ve touched on my own experiences with Mental Health issues as a way of exploring…
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Redefining your work / rest relationship

In today’s fast paced society we often see the need for rest as a weakness or something that comes with a healthy dose of guilt if taken in lengthier quantities. Those who work long hours and rest little, are often given the virtuous label of ‘passionate’ – an unrealistic bench mark for those that do care, but also care about the other aspects of their lives and their wellbeing. If working long hours at an intense level works for you then GREAT, but for many people, getting in real, quality rest outside of work is really important. Finding the time…
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