Ahead of our Healing In Nature Day on Sunday, 27th June, the Collective's Qi Gong teacher Simon talks in more detail about what happens in a typical class. Simon reveals why he uses sound as a primary healing tool and how he can tune into the group energy field of a class. www.embodiedstillness.com
We talk to Qi Gong expert Simon Tandree about the Taijiwuxigong school of this ancient Chinese practice. Simon explains the healing aspect of this form of Qi Gong and what to expect when you join his classes and workshops.
Breathwork teacher Tara takes us through a breathing skills lesson describing some of the techniques taught in her weekly classes. Here she teaches the following techniques: Mindful Breathing; Breathing For Meditation; Alternate Nostril Breathing.To book a class with Tara email email@example.com
In-depth interview with experienced breathwork teacher Tara Crist about the huge health benefits gained from better breathing and learning simple techniques. Tara runs two weekly classes both starting at 17:15 on Tuesday and Thursday. https://www.paddleboardmaidenhead.uk/yoga-booking-schedulea
In the latest podcast shaman Louise Carron Harris talks to Simon about her shamanic worldview of the events over the past 12 months and what it means from her perspective. She refers to the fall of the empire prophecy, the transition our planet is currently going through and mayan calendar. Louise
Here's a 20-minute podcast from Simon at Anam Cara Energy Healing explaining why making positive affirmations is important for us all right now. Well worth a listen if you want to reprogram your subconscious mind, especially if you are working on improving things like self-love, poor sleeping habits
Concluding our nutrition mini-series, nutritionist Evie Whitehead explains why she hates the phrase Irritable Bowl Syndrome and prefers to focus on what is actually going on in the gut to discover root causes of the symptoms grouped under the IBS umbrella. It's literally an uncomfortable subject and
In this special bonus Healing Health Joy Collective Podcast episode our Tree Energy Walks guide Simon takes us on a ramble into his local woods to tell us about the sacred trees associated with the Winter Solstice festival. It starts underneath the mighty Oak, then goes deep into the heart of the fo
Evie and I talk about Hashimo thyroiditis, ‘leaky gut’ and also a fair bit about poo as it’s a good indicator for gut health. Evie also talks passionately about the link between teenage diet and poor mental health amongst young people. Her ‘tip of the day’ is about fibre intake.
Nutritionist Evie shares practical advice about how to take better care of yourself during the pandemic restrictions. This includes keeping your immune system in shape with the right vitamins and how to snack responsibly plus a link to her Eat Better/Feel Better programme https://evienutrition.co.uk
In this episode there’s an in-depth chat with nutritionist Evie Whitehead about her work and why she specialises in gut health. There’s also some practical advice about making better food choices. This is the first in a mini-series on nutrition. evienutrition.co.uk
Amber Valentine talks about starting Hedsor Studios, collective member Muryel tells us how to join the Collective and yoga teacher Emily gives an insight into delivering classes on the Collective's forthcoming online retreat: Reflect, Restore, Reimagine