How to stay active during lock down

How to stay fit and active during lock down? So we are in lock down, and suddenly our life as we know it is thrown upside down.The home environment offers abundant opportunity to be sedentary (sitting or reclining) which can easily turn in to feeling lethargic and lazy. While self-isolation measures are necessary, our bodiesContinue reading “How to stay active during lock down”

Make 2020 yours with these simple sustainable New Year’s Resolutions

It’s a new year. A new beginning. A clean slate. An unwritten story. A blank page. It’s the perfect opportunity to recommit to your health and well-being: Eat better. Exercise regularly. Move better. Indulge in self-care. Change bad habits. Manage stress. Focus on health not weight. Plan for success. And pay attention to your thoughts.Continue reading “Make 2020 yours with these simple sustainable New Year’s Resolutions”

Movement is therapy

Movement or Exercise is physical and mental therapy. A big component of health and wellness is movement. This is why I love what I do! Physical activity is used as a treatment therapy for many chronic illnesses, to rehab injuries and to relieve mental illness and depression. In the age of sedentary lifestyles, desk boundContinue reading “Movement is therapy”

Exercise types and well-being

Exercise types and well-being. Have you ever started a new gym program, and then suddenly get ill for no reason. Well its just a response from you immune system being suppressed due to the new stress added to your body. The science: Bouts of exercise results in an acute response in a number of immuneContinue reading “Exercise types and well-being”

What is ‘Biohacking’

  What is ‘Biohacking’? It’s the process of making changes to your lifestyle to “hack” your own body’s biology and to feel your absolute best. Every single thing we put into our bodies – our foods, our thoughts, our physical movement and our environmental exposure affect the way we behave. You have the ability toContinue reading “What is ‘Biohacking’”