Are you hungry?

You might just be tired! Sleep deprivation deranges the function of the hormones Leptin and Ghrelin, which control your appetite; basically causing you to think you’re hungry when you’re not! Take a look at this video which explains what happens to your hunger hormones when you’re sleep deprived. You can forward to 40:34 if you Continue reading »

Stress makes you fat!

Take a look at this short video with the conclusive evidence… Trust me I’m a Doctor, BBC  

Neck and spine stretch

Supine Twists (Supta Matsyendrasana) are a great way to gently relax and stretch your spine. Particularly beneficial at the end of the day if you’ve been sitting at a desk or driving. Make sure you lift your head slightly away the floor before turning your ear towards the floor. This will keep your neck in Continue reading »

Children’s bedtime meditation

I often hear from my clients that their children don’t go to bed well. This set of bedtime meditations has been tried and tested by my clients and family, and loved by all the children that have listened to them.  

Breathing meditation

We all know how important it is to breathe, but did you ever take the time to do a breathing meditation? This simple 5 minute breathing exercise will instantly relax your central nervous system and leave you feeling calm and peaceful. “Breathing in and out of your nose, direct your breath down to your lower Continue reading »

Cosmic Releasing® Ritual

cosmic ordering

A monthly ritual to facilitate the release of what you no longer want in your life! Download the Cosmic Releasing ® Ritual pdf  

Delicious and nutritious warming soup

What’s better than a comforting bowl of home-made soup on a cold day? Answer: delicious soup that contains less than 200 calories PER LITRE! (and I eat mine quite thick) My recipe is tried and tested, and it’s so delicious that I eat it every day! It’s tasty, nutritious, cheap and low in calories. What Continue reading »

Start running and stop depression

Running puts everyone in a better mood. But for some of us, our miles are key to managing depression and anxiety. By Scott Douglas Read here

Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis

By now many people have heard of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. It’s a complex network of interactions between the hypothalamus, the pituitary and the adrenal glands that regulates things such as temperature, digestion, immune system, mood, sexuality and energy usage – in addition to controlling the body’s reaction to stress and trauma. Countless studies show Continue reading »

Most of us are stressed. Here’s how to fix it.

Most people are aware of the obvious forms of stress that affect the adrenal glands: impossibly full schedules, driving in traffic, financial problems, arguments with a spouse, losing a job and the many other emotional and psychological challenges of modern life. But other factors not commonly considered when people think of “stress” place just as Continue reading »

Turmeric Latte

I’ve been drinking a turmeric latte every day for a few months now. It can be an acquired taste, but once you tweak the recipe to suit your taste buds, you’ll be hooked on this tasty elixir. I learned all about it from Michael Mosley’s BBC TV program ‘Trust me I’m a doctor’. Read all Continue reading »

One minute meditation video

I’m delighted to share my one minute guided meditation with you. It’s designed to take you into an instant state of calm and relaxation.

The many benefits of Magnesium

Do you suffer with any of the following: Insomnia Depression Migraine Pre-menstrual Syndrome Listen to Dr. Michael Mosley give a brief insight into the benefits of taking a magnesium supplement.  

Bee pollen: A natural energy boost

Are you in need of an energy boost first thing in the morning, or mid-afternoon? Well, bee pollen might help. It certainly puts a spring in my step! I was introduced to bee pollen by one of my lovely clients, and when I looked up the health benefits I was genuinely amazed. I eat a Continue reading »

Superb Shoulder Stretch!

Marichi Pose is my absolute favourite shoulder stretch. If you spend any time working on a computer or driving, this stretch will help to open your chest and allow your shoulder muscles to stretch and relax. Here’s my step-by-step guide. I hope you find it useful. Sit up tall. Pull naval towards spine. Legs straight Continue reading »

Free guided meditations!

There’s always time to meditate! These 1 and 2 minute meditations can be used to quickly recharge your batteries, or calm yourself down whenever you need. FREE 1 minute meditation here FREE 2 minute meditation here Yoga Nidra (Meditation)

Sa Ta Na Ma Chant

I only fully appreciated the beauty of chanting in the last 3 years, and the Sa Ta Na Ma chant remains one of my absolute favourites. Find yourself a peaceful space where you can fully relax with the sound of your voice. When you start chanting this mantra you will notice a vibration in your Continue reading »