No products in the cart.
What does it mean to have a sense of self? A theme that comes up a lot in my coaching work is creating a sense of self, which in less jargon-y language means developing your […]
Do you feel like you’re sometimes battling against parts of your personality? Maybe you have some people-pleasing tendencies that you know don’t serve you, or you hate how emotional you get when you need to […]
Being unable to feel into yourself and your body cuts you off from many things. It makes pleasure difficult to really feel, with sexual pleasure often reduced to a very narrow experience that relies primarily […]
Different parts of our brains are responsible for the four responses we often default to when in a situation we perceive as threatening: people-pleasing (hyper-socialisation), fight, flight, and freeze. Because these responses don’t distinguish between […]
Setting an intention is a simple practice, for me mainly associated with a meditation or yoga session. It’s a conscious decision to gently direct my energy towards something specific, without holding too tightly onto reaching […]
There’s a certain bitter irony in noticing that the times when life is most full and chaotic are probably the times when keeping up with a daily meditation practice would be most beneficial. Over the years I’ve explored a few different practices. What my favourites all have in common is that they all allow me to bring my focus back to my body, help me to learn to feel more, and give me the space to slow down – without having to sit for long periods. How do we give ourselves options to maintain a practice when life gets busy?