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Body feeling exercise

Feed your mind

Jillian Lavender has been teaching Vedic Meditation since 2003. In this exclusive video for Head Talks, she guides us through a simple but highly effective technique to release stress. Jillian is co-founder of London Meditation Centre and New York Meditation Center and has helped thousands of people across the globe to transform their […]

Be seen and heard

Feed your mind

In the first of a three-part series, success coach Nicolina Werther gives us advice on how to be seen (and heard) in the workplace. She gives us suggestions on how to claim space so we can eventually feel more fulfilled. “Start with your physiology, how you hold yourself, and move on to some […]

Positivity practice

Feed your mind

Acclaimed Sophrologist Dominique Antiglio has a positivity exercise for us, for whenever stress or negative thoughts come to us. The practice taps into mind, body and breath. If you like the practice shared by Dominique here, check out BeSophro’s new Move Forward with Positivity course, which was developed specifically in response to how […]

How to breathe better with a mask

Struggle & success

Many of us are struggling to find ways to breathe calmly and deeply while wearing a mask. Too often we find the breaths getting more and more shallow, which leads to increasing levels of anxiety. Breathwork coach Jamie Clements has worked with people recovering from covid-19, and shows us how to control our […]

Learning to adapt

Struggle & success

Rachel Kelly Most of us prefer to follow a more predictable path and don’t like being rattled by unforeseen events. And, unfortunately, life feels especially unpredictable at the moment. The world is going through rapid and unprecedented change. We might in the past have relied on certain pillars of stability, be they religious, political or […]

Teaching kids to be kind to their minds

Struggle & success

Just because you’re young, doesn’t mean you don’t have worries, emotional health practitioner Jo Morton-Brown tells children. Using a collection of teddies to represent worries, Jo explains how talking about worries can help children manage them. She tells children how to be kind to their minds, and open themselves up to new ideas […]

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