5 TIPS

for Autumn

5 TIPS

for Autumn

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NATURE WALK

A weekly walk in a park absorbing natures colour and energy of trees. 10 mins slow ramble, 10 mins brisk & breezy.

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NATURE WALK

A weekly walk in a park absorbing natures colour and energy of trees. 10 mins slow ramble, 10 mins brisk & breezy.

-02

COOK SLOWLY

Warming, nourishing stews. Cook approx 3/4 hr.
Onion, sweet potato, leek, carrot, wakame seaweed with tin of organic chickpeas, season with miso, mustard, black pepper, sprinkle chopped parsley.

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DEEP BREATHS

Any time of day, outside in any weather, in the kitchen or shed. Four mins deep breathing – into the belly, stretching out the arms and on the out breath bring them down, good straight posture, to standing still, slowly, quietly. This is your time, close your eyes and repeat. Then back to what you are doing.

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DEEP BREATHS

Any time of day, outside in any weather, in the kitchen or shed. Four mins deep breathing – into the belly, stretching out the arms and on the out breath bring them down, good straight posture, to standing still, slowly, quietly. This is your time, close your eyes and repeat. Then back to what you are doing.

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HOLD OUT ON SWEETS

Avoid too many biscuits and cakes until Christmas so they are a celebration not an indulgence.

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RELAXING TREAT

Hot foot bath once a week. Water up to the ankles, add lavender oil or chamomile or ginger juice. About 15 minutes until the water cools.

Play some peaceful music. Rub dry well. This grounds our energy, refreshes, de-stresses.

Great for men and women and one of the oldest remedies.

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RELAXING TREAT

Hot foot bath once a week. Water up to the ankles, add lavender oil or chamomile or ginger juice. About 15 minutes until the water cools.

Play some peaceful music. Rub dry well. This grounds our energy, refreshes, de-stresses.

Great for men and women and one of the oldest remedies.

Enjoy!