According to a recent study with 60 elite athletes, it turns out that having a cheeky nap while in the pod may actually produce more psychophysiological benefits than remaining awake throughout the sessionRead More
A blog about all things floatation. Focusing on the many benefits of floatation, this will provide you with information and insight backed by research as to why more and more people are floating.
Mind racing, tossing and turning, frustration mounting as you stare at the minutes ebb away with the dreaded alarm eeking ever closer… it’s a horrible feeling and one we have all experienced. When you’re in a bad sleep cycle, it can be so difficult to get yourself back on track and often there can be a reluctance to go down the medication route. So how do you get back to that glorious uninterrupted 8-hour (if you’re lucky!) cycle?Read More
Mindfulness… I’m sure it’s a word most, if not all of you, are now familiar with. There has been a definite Mindful revolution in recent years with Mindfulness very successfully introduced into schools, being a feature of a highly publicised TedTalk and being the subject of numerous books and articles as our modern society seeks a way to take stock and reconnect with our inner thoughts and feelings.Read More
Pregnancy puts an immense strain on the body, particularly in the latter stages and it can be frustratingly difficult to get comfortable in the second and third trimester. But there is something you can do to truly get some relief and respite and even connect more deeply your little one.Read More
The evolution of smartphones and tablets means business professionals are constantly connected and constantly involved in work. This of course has the advantage of more productivity and that great sense of “getting things done” but it does come at a cost, both personally and economically.Read More
We all find at least a little time to sit down on the sofa and watch our favourite series or show. We may think we are taking it easy when we’re comfortably sat there maybe checking our phone every now and again, but the sensory input our brains are dealing with is still shockingly high.Read More