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This bite-sized podcast by Vedic meditation teacher & Ayurveda practitioner-in-training, Emily Rees will lead you out of your busy mind and into the stillness that resides deep within your physical body.
Acute stress can trigger immediate gut responses, so it is important to find ways to manage it.
This quick body scan technique requires nothing other than your focus, you can do it anytime you need to ground yourself or come back to your senses.
Created by Emily Rees
There are two keys to healthy snacking. One is being prepared, and the other is to choose foods with a combination of complex carbohydrates, protein, healthy fats and plenty of fibre.
Enter: bliss balls.
They only take 15 minutes to prepare, are filled with energy-boosting ingredients and will keep you satiated until your next meal. Another bonus is that you can easily make them at the beginning of the week and keep in a sealed container in the fridge for a couple of days, or even store them in the freezer.
This strawberry and coconut bliss ball recipe ticks all the right boxes, and thanks to the addition of Wanderlust Prebiotic Gut Goodness provides a natural source of resistant starch and fibre to help keep your gut happy by maintaining bowel regularity.
Makes: approx. 16
You’ve completed Day 4.
Making a conscious decision to invite stillness and calm into your day with a body scan is worth the reward. Reflect on how tranquil you felt after the practice and use that feeling as your own personal reminder to pencil in some time for yourself throughout the week.