Wellness Remedies

Plant-based wellness and nature’s top 3 remedies

Reading Time: < 1 minute For many years the shelves of our local grocery stores have been littered with artificial ingredients for convenience and profit only.
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Should I be ‘Clean Eating’?

Reading Time: < 1 minute 'Clean Eating’ just means eating only unprocessed whole foods, which usually means no convenience or junk food, no grains, dairy or additives. Which sounds healthy, right?
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Accidental Meditation for Dudes

Reading Time: < 1 minute Sitting down and meditating can be a struggle for dudes, especially when faced with typical obstacles like work, family, friends, gym and yoga sessions, manscaping, grocery shopping… get it, the list goes on.
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Creativity After Lockdown

Reading Time: < 1 minute When the pandemic hit, I lost so much work. I called around all my contacts, but everyone said the same thing: “Corry, you’re like my tenth call this morning! I’m sorry, I have nothing for you.”
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Change Is the Only Constant

Reading Time: < 1 minute The only thing that we can be sure of as time passes is that change will be a constant. In other words: time means change. Even when we are impacted by rapid, and unwanted changes (as with the recent pandemic) we can still know this too shall pass.
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Time To Emerge: Musings From Lockdown London

Reading Time: < 1 minute It feels good to be writing an article about emerging from what has certainly been the darkest and wettest lockdown so far. I find my moods tethered to the weather more than they ever used to be.
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Isn’t yoga more for women?

Women may have more readily adapted to the many benefits of yoga, but in fact, when yoga was first birthed in the Himalayas 5000 years ago, it was exclusively a man’s practice.


How can I do yoga if I’m not flexible?

Well, that’s the reason to do yoga, not to avoid it. It doesn’t matter if you can’t touch your toes. Flexibility is not a prerequisite to do yoga. But the willingness to try something new is.