Are we making the same resolutions every year and abandon them by April, totally forget about them by August and then suddenly realise with regret by November that we have wasted yet another year of our life procrastinating?
Yoga is the biggest growing health, sport, and wellbeing activity in Australia according to Australian Market Research company Roy Morgan. You might want to know if Yoga is for everyone? How to practice its techniques if you are overweight, or not so young, or not flexible? What if you had an injury and cannot do any sports? Are you missing out?
We are busy building our lives, our careers, and our business. We spend hours in front of computers stressed over deliverables and deadlines. And… developing bad posture, lower back pain, a stiff neck, and pain somewhere between our shoulder blades.
I was watching the Dan Andrews press conference today. One announcement that really struck me was that the state of emergency could be extended for a further 12 months. What does this mean? Working from home will become not temporary, but permanent. For some this may mean losing their job or business. We will continue
In the late 90’s – early 2000’s Yoga took over the Western world like a storm. Everywhere yoga studios were popping up. A lot of my friends (and friends of friends) started to attend yoga classes. All that I read about yoga was positive and interesting. So, naturally, I decided to follow the trend. My