I hope the resources on this page continue to support you through the corona coaster and we find our way through this Covid_19 public health emergency.
Do get in touch if there’s anything you think I can help you with – if I can’t help you, I might be able to point you in the direction of someone who can.
You can read my and others’ advice to help you manage Covid related anxiety and improve your self care during this time in:
Join me on my Facebook page for live Yoga Nidras and other self care coaching tools to help you find as much of a sense of ease and calm as possible at this time.
You can also access previous videos and resources below:
Some journal prompts to help you tune out some of the NOISE and reflect on what’s right for YOU in terms of keeping yourself and others as safe and healthy as possible
EFT Tap Along for creating and maintaining healthy boundaries as lockdown restrictions ease
Yoga Nidra for Self Healing (while also following up to date medical guidelines)
Learn how to activate the Relaxation Response, the body’s natural antidote to the stress response, and boost your natural healing capacities more beneficial than sleep.
Give yourself a Butterfly Hug ~ a simple, gentle self soothing, grounding and brain balancing self care tool.
Triple Warmer Self Care ~ soothe yourself instantly when in the Stress Response.
Bhu Mudra ~ so simple and quick. Imaging plugging yourself into the earth as if you were a phone finding a working charging point.
Covid Metta meditation ~ send loving kindness to many impacted groups from medical staff and key workers to people stuck in abusive homes, people unable to social distance (or even access clean water) and many more).
Yoga Nidra for Uncertain Times (under 20 minutes)
Do you want support getting THROUGH the day (surviving each day is more than enough)?
Maybe you want to make this time as transformational (mind, body, heart and soul) as possible?
Every Wednesday, there are new blog posts for you.
If there are topics you’d like me to address (anonymously), please send me your questions for potential future blog posts.
Get well / stay well / be well.