Flexibility, contortionist tendencies and a hot body have become synonymous with yoga and may be a recognisable side effect of regular practise for some but are metaphorically just icing on a rich cake. The practise of yoga, when done with awareness, provides regular access to states of wellbeing and supports equilibrium of mental, emotional and physical health.
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Do you know the link between exercise and depression?
When carrying out wide-ranging analysis on multiple studies to look for commonalities, researchers have looked at exercise and depression in the treatment of patients with major depressive disorder. The research found that despite the obvious diversity in the studies, physical exercise consistently improved response to treatment for major depressive disorder, especially when aerobic training was undertaken
Beat the festival recovery comedown
This time last week you were on the site for just a few hours. Airbeds inflated (get comfortable people), and litres of beer cracked open in anticipation of what was to come. This week we’re back to work and normality, and our ‘line up’ for the day is filled with deadlines, tasks and responsibilities instead of DJ sets and Rockstars. We need to replenish, recover, recuperate and rest. We know if we apply the same dedication to Alcohol recovery and MDMA recovery as we did to partying last week we’ll be back to normal in no time. Here are 5 steps to help with your festival recovery.