Check out this wonderful mediation from Alexandra Taylor of Aagle Mind & Body.
Alexandra is one of our workplace wellbeing instructors where she works with companies delivering private meditation, mindfulness & yoga workshops.
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We're really pleased to welcome two new fantastic personal trainers to Team Swift. We're always looking for energetic, motivated trainers who are passionate about helping our clients become fitter, healthier and happier.
This is a workout from the Swift 30 Day Challenge. The 30 day challenge includes everything from professional follow along fitness videos, nutrition advice and amazing recipes, to mindset, support & accountability, to really help you stay on track.
We have designed the ultimate plan for those who are looking to lose weight, tone up, increase energy, boost the immune system & learn the fundamentals of good nutrition.
This workout in particular is from week 1, session 2. There's 3 x main workouts each week. Every workout is fun, high energy & has been designed to give you maximum results in less than 30 minutes. There’s no equipment required with any of the workouts, and they're suitable for all abilities.
In future blogs, we'll share snippets of our nutrition plan to give you more of an insight into how that works.
If you're interested in finding out more about the Challenge, click the link below. We start a new challenge every Monday, so we'd love to see you on the next challenge.
How wonderful that a practice as simple as expressing our gratitude can have such an impact on our mental and emotional wellbeing.
“People who regularly practice gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they’re thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness, and even have stronger immune systems”
There are moments in life where a thank you is expected, like when you receive a gift or someone performs a kind action for you. But you can be grateful for anything in your life. Like the smell of your morning coffee, birdsong, or your train arriving on time. You can be grateful of experiences you’ve had or yet to have. Or for your friends, family, pets and colleagues.
So what are the benefits of Gratitude?