This post was originally published as a guest post on the kind over matter blog on Tuesday 19 March 2013. The last time I wrote about Kindness in Business, I was writing about how better boundaries mean better business. It’s even easier to observe good boundaries when you know where they are. One of the best ways [...]
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Have you noticed the very strong squatting theme round here lately? Here’s (another reason) why. Squatting develops musculo-skeletal fitness, in a way that, say, walking, doesn’t. When you are strong, supple, and balanced, things like sitting down on the floor and then getting back up are easy. And there is evidence to suggest that this particular [...]
As I said on this blog last week, squatting is awfully good for you. Done right, of course. I’ve found YET another article to support this. It has a great illustration, for one: Also, it quotes Kelly Starrett who you are about to watch in the below video. One Hundred Percent of people I [...]
Meditation is a really good way to clear some of the clutter from your mind. It doesn’t have to take long or be something fancy – simple is often best, and I always say that if you can take a nap, you have all the skills you need to meditate: The ability to get comfy [...]
This list is excerpted from the interview I did with Michelle McGrath of Sacred Self on my personal blog. You can read the whole article by clicking here! Relax in a bath with one of the oils from the Sacred Self range and close your eyes. 10 minutes is enough. Light a candle and meditate for 5-10 minutes (you [...]
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Nadine started up a corporate yoga program at my organisation which has been running successfully since 2008. She is super organised, professional and great to deal with. Nadine has also conducted corporate wellness lunch time seminars which were very popular with our staff. Thus, Nadine’s contribution to our firm-wide health & well-being program has been substantial and beneficial.Joanne Haddock Human Resources Manager at Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick