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They say patience is a virtue; if this is true, impatience is a vice.   The quality of patience was not something I knew I lacked, until quite recently. Or perhaps it was moving to London that ignited it. In the modern world, people are always on the move. There’s no time for delays or…

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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra Establishing Aegle Mind and Aegle Yoga the past couple of years has resulted in a pretty fast paced, uncertain life and has, at times, left me feeling exhausted. One day, on a desperate whim scrolling through Insight Timer, I found a Yoga Nidra meditation that promised to re-energise and nourish me as much…

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A Grateful Meditation

“Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amount of gratitude.” A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh   We’ve explored the reasons to practice Gratitude and the many different ways that we can cultivate a sense of gratefulness into our daily life. So today, a short post, offering you…

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A Practice of Gratitude

As we saw from last week’s post, the benefits of Gratitude on our physical, mental and emotional health is profound. But the best part is, you don’t need any expensive equipment or a fancy studio. You don’t need anything other than your beautiful, wonderful self. Gratitude has been an important part of my life and…

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How Gratitude Changes Your Life

How wonderful that a practice as simple as expressing our gratitude can have such an impact on our mental and emotional wellbeing.    “People who regularly practice gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they’re thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness,…

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Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a style of Yoga that, in recent years, has become increasingly popular. But what exactly is it?   Perhaps you are familiar with the concept of Yin and Yang but maybe you’ve never quite understood the the terms. Generally speaking, refers to the feminine, passive, receptive, reflective and introspective parts of life.…

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Sleep Series: Tips for a Good Night’s Rest

Sleep hygiene are healthy habits that promote a good night’s rest. In the last two posts we have looked at the importance of sleep, what happens whilst we sleep and the common mistakes we all make that disrupt the quality of our sleep. Research has shown that sleep is just as important as exercise and…

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Sleep Series: Common Mistakes that Impact our Sleep

Common mistake Whether you never get to sleep, or awake repeatedly throughout the night, poor quality sleep can affect everything from mood to memory, hormones to brain chemistry.   Last week we looked at what happens during sleep and why it is so essential to our wellbeing and health. But getting a good night sleep…

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Sleep Series: Why is it So Important?

You may not be aware of the impact that sleep has on our health and wellbeing, but I’m sure you know the feeling of waking up after a good night’s rest and enjoying the benefits throughout the day. Likewise, we all know consequences that fatigue from a disruptive night’s sleep can have on our day.…

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*EVENT* Finding the Balance: Yin & Yang

Saturday 5th October 11am – 1pm   The approach of the Autumn Equinox serves as a gentle reminder to live in harmony with nature. It is a time of balance between light and dark, fire and water, day and night, yin and yang.   Yin and Yang are relative terms: they describe the two facets of…

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September & Letting Go

The first week of September has always felt like the end of summer with the holidays over and children going back to school. But it many ways it has also always felt like the start of a new year and a fruitful time to sow the seeds of new intentions. As we transition out of…

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STOP – Managing Your Anxiety

STOP The other day I was reading Mark Williams and Danny Penman’s book on Mindfulness. It stated a fact that said by 2020, stress and anxiety will be the biggest cause of illness in Great Britain. It’s sad to say, that this prediction made in 2010, is indeed the case with 85% of people in…

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