WHY ORGANISE A RETREAT FOR YOUR TEAM?
With our day-to-day lives becoming increasingly busy and our stress levels on the rise, there’s never been a better time to disconnect. While it’s not always easy to find time for your physical and mental well-being, stepping away from your routine to take a moment to relax and unwind has been proven to be one of the best ways to improve your emotional well-being.
Vive La Rentrée
As the summer season starts to draw to a close and Covid restrictions are lifted across Europe, it’s time to look ahead and start getting yourself ready for la rentrée. Officially the start of the new academic year in France, la rentrée is also a chance to reset and start afresh by getting back into your regular routine, kickstarting a new project or setting yourself some long-term goals for the coming months.
If there is one thing that the global Covid-19 crisis has taught us, it’s the importance of prioritising self care and wellness. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen a huge shift in the way we work and socialise with our day-to-day lives moving online for months at a time. And while the digital lifestyle definitely has its advantages, as the world starts to return to normal, there has never been a better time to take care of yourself both physically and mentally.
During lockdown, online workouts and digital fitness became hugely popular with an increase of over 40% in Youtube searches for workout videos since March 2020. A fantastic way to reduce stress and anxiety, thousands of people turned to online fitness to disconnect from their new remote work routine while stuck at home. But with the end of the pandemic hopefully just around the corner, it’s time to take those classes offline and get back outside to enjoy a fully immersive wellness experience.
To find out more about the importance of self care, we caught up with Delphine, an aerial yoga/aerial silks teacher and Yuko, a yoga teacher and wellness practitioner, both based in Nice. Read on to discover their top 5 tips for easy self care and how best to cultivate mindfulness in the post-Covid world: