Noura Alfadl, resident Tate Wellness yoga guru has an astute understanding of yoga, as well as an appreciation of how we can tap into the practice’s many known benefits in our everyday life. She has now been practicing yoga for over ten years. Here, we interview her on all things yoga as she tells us how her journey began and what some of the key benefits are that come with practising.
We are very adaptable creatures. Part of our success as a species lies in the fact that we have been able to adapt and live in differing conditions and climates over all these years. As a health and fitness blog and you may be thinking, this has nothing to do with you going to the gym or your regular spin class, but I’m afraid it does…
As London is heating up, there are reminders on every corner to stay hydrated. We know that 2 litres a day is what we should be drinking there or thereabouts, but throw in exercise, a stressful day in the office, not enough sleep last night and we need even more, but how much more? Here I will explain a little more about water in relation to weight loss as well as how to be sure you’re keeping yourself adequately hydrated.
Keep feeling like your last meal was never enough? Grazing throughout the day? We’re all guilty of it. There are many reasons why we eat mindlessly. You may not be giving your meals your full attention or trying to juggle a million and one things throughout the day. We completely support a broadminded approach to eating, but it does help to be a little more mindful in your approach. Here are our top five tips to keep you appetite under control throughout the day whilst still enjoying your food as you should!
Different things makes each and everyone of us tick. Sometimes it can be hard to always understand what these are and what we actually want to achieve. For some, exercise is a way of life and done with ease. For others, it can fill with dread. Read Tate Wellness founder, Si Tate's top tips to get on the right track and start making real change.
Wednesday 21 June marks International Yoga Day so we thought we would compile five research based reasons why the ancient practice is still one of the best workouts around and how it can improve your overall wellness.