Movement for Modern Life

Movement for Modern Life is revolutionising online yoga and wellbeing! WHAT DOES IT COST? Movement for Modern Life is FREE for the first 14 days, and as little as £10.99 per month after your trial period. You can cancel anytime within your trial period and you won’t be charged. WHAT DO I GET? Your subscription…

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Niraj Meditation Unlocked

This week’s guest webinar on meditation was by Niraj Shah who is… we’ll just let him introduce himself! I’m Niraj Shah, the founder of MEDITATION: UNLOCKED, an event series and community designed to nurture mental wellbeing for modern life. In this chat I talk about why meditation has come to the forefront in recent years, what…

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5 ways to deal with conflict at Christmas

Christmas is a stressful time. Together with having to deal with family members and people you don’t usually see, organisation, cooking and somehow “having fun” all at the same time, it’s a lot easier for people to get annoyed with each other. Doing all this while worrying about your drinking as well can make for…

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Change and Optimism

Change is hard work, but it is much easier if you can engineer a dose of optimism. In this webinar Laura shares her very bad week and introduces you to The Kubler-Ross Change Curve to explore the stages and journey of changing your drinking, and discusses how your internal saboteur keeps you downbeat. You need to strive for optimism.…

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keep on trying

Changing your drinking is tough, but it is a journey worth embarking on. In this webinar Laura challenges you to make changing your drinking a daily practice, and not to give in when the discomfort gets too much. It does not matter how many day ones you have but that you keep trying. You will…

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Practicing gratefulness

What are you grateful for today? A little while ago, a Club Soda member on our private Facebook group prompted others by asking, “What are you grateful for today?” It was a bleak, wintery Monday morning, and as November well and truly settles in, it felt like a little beam of light. It would be easy…

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Planning sober night

Planning a sober night out, it can be hard right? We set off with certain intentions, and it all sort of backfires. Either we end up drinking when we initially wanted not to, or we spend the evening bargaining with ourselves on how much to drink, just to drink more than we intended… If there’s one…

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Fear of losing

I’ve been having a lot of drinking dreams lately, where I’ve woken up having dreamt that I had gotten completely wasted, dreaming I had said something, done something, lost things. The list goes on. Feeling uncontrollable, embarrassing, shameful. And then, waking up, suddenly, mostly afraid, to slowly realise: No, it didn’t happen. And it’s okay.…

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dealing with emotional landscape

If you are used to dealing with emotional landscape, both good and bad, with alcohol then life suddenly feels very real when you go alcohol-free. Feeling emotions could lead you back to hit the f**k it button – but of course that would be silly. Learning a new set of skills for emotional intelligence is…

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