When it comes to stress management tools, Legs Up The Wall is arguably my favourite. It’s the perfect exercise for you if who think you ‘don’t have the time for mindfulness’! And, it engages your parasympathetic nervous system FAST.
Search Results "legs up the wall"
I moved to the country. In New Zealand. After 52 years of being a complete urbanite, I now live on 3 1/2 acres of green near Matakana village, about an hour’s drive north of Auckland.
It was a pretty big change….
Did you know that most of my clients come to me in the maintenance phase of their AIP caper? By the time you reach the third stage of the AIP, you have a very good understanding of what your AIP way of life should look like, but bizarrely – this is also the phase that is most likely to trip you up!
I’m on a personal mission to get up and move more. I’m talking about incidental…
I’ll bet you have a tendency to procrastinate and struggle with maintaining healthy habits. You’re not alone in this. It affects EVERYONE. These two sneaky little life hacks are a great way to add to your health choices by stealth. And, all they take is a little thought.
At the pointy end of this crazy and weird year, a good time to practice being a smidge more present. Not worrying about yesterday. Not brooding about what’s around the corner. These are two of my simple tricks.
We’re heading into the silly season. A time of added stress. So today, a nifty little technique that you can use whenever that feeling of overwhelm hits you (and you can do this anywhere). It’s one of my favourites.
The AIP. One thing at a time. If you had to pick the ONE most important thing your AIP experience has taught you so far, what would it be? I asked around and it turns out the AIP means different things to everyone!
Without exception, stress management is one of the most challenging areas of adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Single-tasking is a super accessible tool for stress management. You can do it anywhere!
How about you start treating yourself as you would someone you love?
Finding ways to care for yourself can help you to live in the present; which in turn promotes emotional and psychological health. Great for stress management, too!