5 new ways you’ll work out in 2020

1 January, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Mindful running, kick-biking, naked workouts (not what you think) or gin yoga anyone? Welcome to the fitness trends heading your way.

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6 things psychologists do to look after their own mental health

23 December, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Your psychologist has your back, but who has theirs? Three psychologists reveal what they do privately to keep emotionally and mentally fit.

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The best ways to start your day, according to experts

2 December, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Make your mornings really count with these expert tips on the optimum ways to kick-start your day for better mental, physical and emotional health.

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Row, row, row your way to a clearer mind

27 November, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Rock the boat with a rowing workout that builds physical and mental strength.

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What happens in a float tank?

23 September, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If you want your troubles to drift away, floatation therapy may be just what the doctor ordered.

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Surprisingly simple things you can do to help your mental health

19 September, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If you’re still feeling down as the last blast of winter looms, here’s 10 ways to keep your mental health on an even keel.

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Why you should try Niksen, the Dutch art of doing nothing at all

19 August, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Putting your feet up may be the greatest-ever form of self-care. Here is why we’re head over heels for the Dutch answer to burnout.

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How to make the most of your work commute

15 August, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Why sit and waste precious time on your daily commute to work when instead you can use it to get more out of your life.

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Jo Stanley’s 5 tips for becoming happy and calm

7 July, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Sitting down for a cuppa with The House of Wellness TV co-host Jo Stanley in her beautifully renovated Art Deco home revealed a calm and more reflective side to the…

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Anxiety: Why does it take us so long to seek help?

4 June, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

On average, it takes just over eight years for people with an anxiety disorder to get the treatment they need. So why the delay?

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