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19 Oct 2017
I think there’s a better way: Keep it in the family! There are so many benefits to working out and living healthy as a family, and I know a lot of you are sitting there thinking, ‘workout with my kids??’ Let me explain.
26 Aug 2017
Many of us, like millions of adults, suffer from anxiety and it is a very common mental illness. And even those that have not been diagnosed with this disorder are not immune to stress, tension or anxiety. We face things that tend to stress us or make us tense or anxious. From trying to get…
25 Mar 2017
Have you ever noticed how good you feel – mentally – when you practise yoga regularly? If the answer is “yes,” I’m happy for you. I know the feeling. If the answer is “no clue what you’re talking about,” then keep reading.
11 Mar 2017
Essentially this is what happens in life. Each day you jump out of bed, and remain on go-go-go mode until bed time, and then you repeat the cycle.
11 Feb 2017
You can’t hold love in your hand, but you can feel it in your heart. The heart is a muscle, and like all other muscles in the body, it needs to be strengthened continuously.
21 Jan 2017
I have recently re-discovered a most awesome trifecta of weekend goodness and that is: finding good food, playing like a child and getting some exercise in.
24 Dec 2016
Festive and exciting, but yet stressful and demanding describe the holiday period aptly. Some of us are weaving in and out of traffic to find deals and last minute gifts ...
10 Sep 2016
There’s always something buzz worthy happening across Nigeria. Today it’s the economy, tomorrow it will be the political system and the day after will have its own hot topic.
18 Aug 2016
India's passport authorities confirmed Sivananda's age from a temple register, the only record many Indians even decades younger have of their date of birth.
13 Aug 2016
Imagine meeting someone for the first time; greetings and brief pleasantries are exchanged, followed by the question that determines how long you’ll stick around for a conversation, “what do you do?”
16 Jul 2016
How comfortable would you feel entering a car with inflated front tires? Would you trust the tires ability to navigate the car to your destination safely? Most likely not, but every day we travel...
25 Jun 2016
There are many misconceptions and clichéd media portrayals of yoga so I’m thrilled to be able to dispel some of the popular yoga myths. I hope that you’ll give yoga a try yourself because ...

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