27/12/2020 0 Comments
The power of intention
‘New year, new start.’ These are the conversations being had right now. What can we do to make this year better? I do enjoy using the new year as a reason to reflect, and I enjoy an element of planning, but only loosely. This is a time of year people tend to apply a lot of pressure – to themselves their lives, their expectations. It’s great to plan and set goals, but they need to be realistic, and in line with our values, which requires self-knowledge and some internal reflection or enquiry, rather than pressurised ‘inspo’ from other people’s facebook/Instagram posts, or worse still, targeted advertising designed to make you feel bad unless you’re working out, finding your zen, studying and building up your side hustle simultaneously.
Author - Zoe Copeland, MFHT
With a background in education, sports coaching and mental health, Zoe began to explore more holistic avenues of helping people with a particular focus on where the mind and body meet. Zoe began her bodywork training in Sports Massage and has since studied other massage theories and techniques, as well as Reiki, to provide a holistic approach to each treatment. With specific training in women's health, trauma and scars, she has developed an intuitive practice which leaves you feeling a positive change in your body and mind after every appointment.