Wellbeing and Resilience

Leveraging the Power of Your Microbiome

Brand new online course – “Microbiome and the Brain: Using your gut for mental wellbeing”   Learn how to nurture the ‘good bacteria’ in your gut, to improve your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. […]

By |2018-12-10T14:19:16+00:00October 16th, 2018|Comments Off on Leveraging the Power of Your Microbiome

A Journey into Microbiota and the Brain – Part Three

In June 2018, I had the opportunity to study the Advanced Course on Microbiota and the Brain with the Neuroscience Society of Advanced Studies (NSAS) in San Servolo island in Venice, Italy. […]

By |2018-12-10T14:25:00+00:00September 17th, 2018|Comments Off on A Journey into Microbiota and the Brain – Part Three

Developing Emotional Vocabulary Builds Resilience

Humans experience a broad spectrum of complex feelings, and these emotions contain data about ourselves and the world around us. On any given day, you may experience a wide variety of different emotions such as joy, irritation, calm, disappointment, pride, anger, love and excitement. […]

By |2018-12-10T15:25:37+00:00August 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Developing Emotional Vocabulary Builds Resilience

A Journey into Microbiota and the Brain – Part One

It was May 8 and the time was approaching for me to head to Venice to attend an Advanced Course on Microbiota and the Brain with the Neuroscience Society of Advanced Studies (NSAS).  […]

By |2018-12-10T16:05:35+00:00July 4th, 2018|Comments Off on A Journey into Microbiota and the Brain – Part One

Steptember: the Langley Group Step Up

So whether you are looking for ways to get fitter and healthier, raise money for charity, see more of your neighbourhood, make opportunities to be more mindful, or just get people together for a fun challenge, then in more ways than one, stepping may be the way forward!

By |2019-02-04T15:07:48+00:00October 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Steptember: the Langley Group Step Up

Mindfulness v Mindlessness: The Art of Noticing New Things

This is a new lens on the mindfulness practices that arose from contemplative traditions, which typically involve training the mind to focus by resting awareness in one place for an extended period.

By |2019-02-04T16:07:45+00:00May 2nd, 2017|Comments Off on Mindfulness v Mindlessness: The Art of Noticing New Things
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