You know you need to slow down.
Your mind is restless most of the time.
If only you knew a way….
Tell the truth to yourself about how much time you actually truly come to rest – not planning anything, not going anywhere.
Did you know that?
Is this you?
What you will learn:
About your Yoga Therapist - Caroline Giles
My entire working life (40 years) has been in the healthcare profession, facilitating others to become the best version of themselves. This has included working in neurological rehabilitation, national health research, online professional writing and now as a Yoga Therapist (with a yoga business of some 15 years). Consistently I work with students in group classes and privately for yoga therapy, who seek and find solutions to create rest in their day.
There are benefits to you!
When you don’t rest, you wear out, wear down, and start running on empty. You spend so much of your time trying to get somewhere. It’s healthy to pursue wholesome aims, however your bodily systems and brain get overloaded and stressed.
It is always important to seek medical guidance before commencing any new form of movement practice. Similarly if you have had a break from practising yoga or a recent change in your physical or health circumstances (like surgery), it is important to obtain an opinion.
This learning does not, and should not, replace your need for specific medications, other medical advice/ interventions, behavioural counselling and/ or nutritional support.
You may find though that with continued practice and awareness, your level of medication lowers or that your attendance with other health practitioners reduces. If you are uncertain about proceeding, please contact me or speak with your health practitioner.