How to create a training plan that you stick to

It goes without saying that moving your body is beneficial to both your mind and physical health. The problem can be figuring out what works for you and how to keep consistent with it so you reach any goals that you’ve set. I used to dance 2-5 times a week after school from 5 years old till about 17 years old, so moving my body comes very naturally to me and is something that’s always been an integral part of my life. That said, I’ve definitely used exercise as a form of punishment and have spent many workouts feeling fed…
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The Surface of the Ocean

Imagine looking down at the ocean from the edge of a cliff. You watch the powerful waves swell, pushing and pulling, crashing and spitting salty foam into the sky. You notice the chaos of the waves on the surface but take a chance and dive into the water. The second you pass through the surf, you reach a deep expanse of natural silence that sits just below the waves.   Just like the surface of the ocean, our mind is always active, pushing, pulling and changing. Our thoughts can often feel out of control or greater than we can we…
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Self Care – What’s it all about?

Put simply, self care involves regular actions which help to improve, protect and maintain your overall health and wellbeing. Self care isn’t an airy fairy practice or final destination for happiness, it’s a necessary combination of acts and a state of mind that will help you to be that bit more present and balanced.   To break it down for you, self care can be separated into 5 different dimensions: Physical Emotional Mental Spiritual Social   Physical self-care – An activity that will impact your physical health. Consider how well you are treating your physical health. Have you stayed up…
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