These last two years have certainly been a challenge for most of us in some way.

I’ve had to keep a close eye on my mental health at times, and know many others who’ve been the same. 

 

It’s hard not to be affected by what’s been going on in the world.

With challenges however, always come learnings.

I’ve always known movement helps my mental health, but it’s been highlighted even more recently.

Movement, especially Pilates and Yoga, helps us to get out of our head, where our worry, stress and anxiety lives, and turns our focus back into our body.

This keeps us more in the present moment.

It also helps reduce stress hormones and release more happy hormones.

If you’d like to hear more on this topic and learn about my journey into Pilates, thoughts on postpartum recovery, and movement in general, check out the latest podcast interview below  with The Purpose Effect…

Plus don’t forget about the
August offers!!

FREE 7 Day Trial

I’m offering a Free 7 Day Trial of the Core Fit Club for all new members, who sign up for the monthly, or bi-annual membership plan.

FREE Bonus Month
For anyone who joins the Annual plan, they get a bonus Free month!
These offers are available until the end of August.

This is a great time to try out The Core Fit Club, especially if you’re in lockdown, as the classes will not only help your physical wellbeing but also mental wellbeing.

Here’s the link to join us > https://epilatesonline.com/corefitclub/

 

Take a listen to what some of the members have to say about The Core Fit Club

Here’s the link to join us >

https://epilatesonline.com/corefitclub/

Can’t wait to see you soon on the Mat!

Lots of love 💜

PS be sure to share this blog with anyone you know who may find this useful.

Related

It’s ok not to be ok

Have you heard this expression - it's ok not to be ok ? We use it often in Australia, to let people know they're not alone if they're struggling and not feeling themselves, specifically mentally. We all go through ups and downs in life. To know it's ok, that we're not...

12 stretches to do at your desk

It's common to get tight neck and shoulder muscles when you're working at your desk/lap top. When we sit for long periods at a time we often lose our good posture, especially if our back muscles are not strong enough to hold us upright. We tend to get tight in the...

FREE 6 Day Body Toning Series

 

Start a habit, feel more toned, and strong in 5 mins per day!

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This