Working from home and the fear of all of this can be stressful so self care is so important.
Research shows that humans naturally move from full focus and energy to physiological fatigue every 90 minutes, so we are offering a free class with us: Fifteen Moves to make you feel better at the desk https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/take-a-break-15-moves-to-make-you-feel-better-reduce-stress-and-boost-your-immune-system-tickets-101371222054
Between stimulus and response there is space… in that space lies our freedom.
And so our goal is to help you keep your head held high, stay grounded, and spread love in these uncertain times. This weeks tip is about the spine.
When we sit still for a long time, we inhibit natural movement of the spine, making this a primary problem area, and also reducing the blood and oxygen pumped to the brain thus affecting our mood, concentration and stress levels.
Do you ever feel like you just can’t sit still at that desk any more?
We understand! I also have scoliosis, so I really know how important a supple spine is to a healthy body so the video we are sharing above is Dr Chaterjee practising his lunge clock… it’s an easy exercise that you can do every morning… or maybe give it a go in the office to keep the spine moving!