Especially for women, but for everybody really, it’s imperative that we check in with our bodies. By the way, with our minds as well. How is that going to happen if we don’t have a way of establishing contact? Whether we do it digitally, visually or by cultivating a regular physical or mindfulness practice, we must enter communication with our body – all parts of it. How else will we notice changes? How else can we become literate in the language of our body and intimate with ourselves?
New year, new beginnings. We commit to eating better, drinking less, working out more… But how do we keep it up for longer than a few weeks? There are a few key points to establishing healthy habits and replacing bad ones and making sure they last.
The pandemic is a catalyzer. Old demons resurface and are magnified. Here’s how simple yoga tools can help with getting out of your head and stopping the downward spiral.
Lockdown, a vulnerable place When, in March 2020, public life came to halt in many countries, addicts were left in a vulnerable place. Isolation, the lack of human connection, is