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Class closed due to Corona Virus will recommence when Government lock down lifted! 

 We now have an online course

Current students will be informed on live dates.

MOVING MINDFULNESS EXERCISE! A SIMPLE TO STRESS

In the media we are constantly hearing about people suffering from Stress and Anxiety in the lockdown. A simple answer is Mindfulness in Movement, easier than Meditation Mindfulness but can be just as effective. This is one of the exercises the exercises we showed when teaching Mindfulness in Movement in the Houses of Parliament.

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5 WAYS TO EXERCISE SELF-CARE

Overcome Anxiety, Stress and Overwhelm

The most often stated problems in on 2019 are Anxiety, Stress and Overwhelm. It is obvious self-care is hard for everyone today, or at least for many of you.

It might be that you think that you do not have time to look after yourself, and feel guilty when you do. You have your family, your job, your responsibilities, yes, we get it. But if you do not make time to look after yourself then who is going to look after anyone else?!!

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New study finds reducing time looking at social media to 30 minutes per day reduces risk of depression/loneliness

How Tai Chi & Qigong can keep you Calm and Centered.

A new study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania ( No More FOMO: Limiting Social Media Decreases Loneliness and Depression Read here that limiting one's social media usage to 30 minutes per day can lead to significant improvements in your well-being.

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Using Tai Chi to Undo Unusual Stress

We all experience stress from time to time.  But, did you know that stress is contagious?  Just watching someone else in a stressful situation will increase your level of stress hormones too!  I found some interesting, and unusual, triggers for stress.  For example, your expectations of a situation and your ability to manage stress.  So, if a situation does not go as planned and you really become stressed about it, it is made worse by your in

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