Silence is therapy

Noise is bad for us, it’s official. Take a lesson from Zen Buddhists, incorporating silence into your everyday life…   [swpm_protected for=”4″ format_protected_msg=”1”] The World Health Organisation has concluded that every person in Europe is losing one day per year of healthy life due to noise. Living in a consistently noisy environment creates extremely high…

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Journalling for mindfulness and setting your intentions

Keeping a journal isn’t simply keeping a diary. Journalling is a chance to be reflective every day or few days, go deeper with your own thoughts, set your intentions and express yourself. Rebecca Marr outlines its many benefits, with suggestions on how to get the maximum benefit from your journalling   Journalling for mindfulness, setting…

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Guided forest meditation

Hannah Bimpson, our hatha yoga instructor, invites you to chill on Fridays with this beautiful guided forest meditation. Make yourself comfortable… and experience the end-of-the-week aaaah! [swpm_protected for=”4″ format_protected_msg=”1”] Hannah’s meditation takes you on a peaceful, ultra-relaxing meditative walk in nature, relishing the smells, sounds and touch of the forest. Allow 25 minutes to connect…

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The art of contentedness is living in harmony

How content are you? Being content is definitely a daily skill – and probably taking a bit of work right now for you! According to Mahatma Ghandi, ‘Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.’ Here are some simple tips on living in harmony by practising the…

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Two friends are laughing, definition of how to be happy

How to be happy? For many people happiness is elusive and a bit of mystery. Here at The Natural Health Hub we believe that happiness in’t simply a matter of looking after yourself emotionally and physically. Research shows that true happiness lies also in a further dimension: nurturing yourself spiritually. For us at The Hub…

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Candle lit ready for Jane Seaman's meditating on the colour orange

Make yourself comfy and light a candle for the third in Jane Seaman’s guided meditations for beginners. This time Jane’s focus is meditating on the colour orange. [swpm_protected for=”4″ format_protected_msg=”1”] In this seven-minute meditation Jane’s soothing voice encourages us to relax by visualising a warm, rich orange colour spreading slowly all around your body.  For…

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7 simple steps to live for today

Our NLP life coach and weight loss mentoring coach Shelley Edwards says don’t beat yourself up right now – it’s exceptional times, who knows what’s round the corner! To stay sane and grounded never has it been more important to just LIVE FOR TODAY – here are Shelley’s 7 simple steps to do just that……

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Piglets lying snuggled together

The Hub’s yoga teacher and office administrator Claudia Davies offers a meditation to help you rekindle your sense of touch during this time of lockdown and self-isolation   It possibly might just be me, but if I had to guess I’m sure we’re all starting to feel the effects of quarantine. More specifically, not being…

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Kapalabhati breathing to cleanse the lungs and clear the respiratory system

Kapalabhati, one of the important hatha yoga cleansing breathing techniques, is invigorating and grounding emotionally and warming physically. It is also good for cleansing your lungs and sinuses and helping your respiratory system – which we could all do with right now. The Hub’s NLP practitioner and yoga teacher Shelley Edwards demonstrates kapalabhati breathing technique…

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Breathing properly

Noticing and understanding how we are breathing is a huge step to living a more balanced and calmer life. Shelley Edwards, The Hub’s NLP practitioner and yoga teacher, outlines why and how to breathe right We all take breathing for granted but have you ever contemplated the power of your breath – or wondered if…

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