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Breathing Meditation Practice

Enjoy Omega Movement’s latest free meditation on our podcast. This is a breath meditation practice that is portable and accessible. Life is breath, so become conscious of the breath and regulate it’s rhythm to find the beat of each moment. Breath meditation can be momentary when a full meditation practice is unavailable, so enjoy learning this technique for an quick ‘present’ moment.

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Discovering the Latissimus Dorsi muscle

The latissimus dorsi is a major and large muscle in the body. Energetically it is is important for emotional and mental wellbeing as it is connected into the spleen meridian. Discover how to balance your lats with yoga, pilates, breath, massage and more in our latest muscle exploration.

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Body Sensation Scan Meditation

Body scans are a great way to begin a meditation practice. This body scan is designed to open a connection to sensation awareness. Sense awareness in a body scan can cultivate acceptance of experiences and deepening into the subtle senses, potentially developing the psychic senses.

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Is it ok to eat meat?

It can be confusing whether eating meat is of nutritional benefit. Megan explains some simple guidelines to apply for eating meat, if you choose to. Whether nutritional concern for eating meat is about healing, overall wellbeing or ethical aspects, it is important to consider all in choosing food.

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Giving Up Alcohol

If you have thought or tried to drink less alcohol then you are not alone. Discover some benefits, motivations and how to approach the social challenges of giving up alcohol with Omega Movement’s Nid Ra’s personal story.

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Into the Well Yoga Nidra

The hero’s journey of going inwards can feel that it might be full of many scary things. This yoga nidra provides a container for the beginning of such an journey. Discover what inner depths and gifts are hiding beyond the light with this loving practice.

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Discover the Diaphragm

The diaphragm is a major organ in the body on many levels - for the breath of life, the bridge of the lower and upper abdomen, connected directly into the heart and spine for rhythm, communication via the nervous system, and the psoas for walking. This makes the diaphragm a muscle worthy of some serious exploration and self-care in daily life.

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Nutritious Snacking at Work

Snacking at work can really hold back the progress of good nutrition. Here are 3 rules for healthy snacking at work to encourage brain food, balanced nutrition and good portion sizing.

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Undoing the Day Nidra

If you struggle to get to sleep or with insomnia, this practice may assist. Designed for the busy mind that frets about the day, this practice is designed to ‘undo the day’ so that acceptance can be felt throughout the body and mind. Acceptance creates a sense of ease that can lead to sleep, if not, better sleep.

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An exploration of Tension Release Exercise

Do you notice those tremors when exercising? Are they good or bad for you? Tremor Release Exercise is a specific system that brings about those tremors to release deep held tension in the body for greater ease. Discover our exploration of this movement technique and a great workout for the lower body at the same time.

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Taking Medicines for Mental Health

Mental health and medication - to take it or not? There are so many ‘professional’ opinions from Western and holistic practitioners, but what is best? Your intuition will guide you to your life path and the choices to make along the way. Nid shares her experiences and observations to maybe give you some alternative perspectives.

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Attract Your Wishes for 2019

Why should you use Law of Attraction in your life? Simply, because it is about a positive mindset, clarity of what you want and being grateful. These are all fabulous skills to develop if you wish to live a happy, fulfilling and joyful life. Discover the benefits of using Nid’s 6 steps and a bit more here.

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Tonglen Style Meditation

Omega Movement’s Tonglen-style meditation practice is a form of loving-kindness meditation practice that promotes healing and altruism. Enjoy this beginner version of the practice to send and receive healing love to those you love, and yourself.

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Exploring Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis and osteopenia are conditions that affect a growing portion of the Western world. Omega Movement’s blog holistically explores the risks, changes in the body and energy systems. We then review management tips from the body’s movement needs, nutritional considerations and energetic healing.

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Molly's Client Stories

Molly works alongside Nid to run Omega Movement & is a yoga therapist & yoga teacher based in London.

She teaches Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Restorative, Meditation and Hatha Yoga & unique & varied combinations of the all of the above. She also teach therapeutic workshops and classes to target specific issues, like Yoga for Stress & Anxiety.

Here are some of Molly’s yoga client stories explaining the benefits they have experienced from yoga therapy.

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Why you should Retreat to Connect

Holidays are a wonderful reset. You come back revived with new ideas, but find often the ‘holiday blues’ kick in. Our retreats are designed to support integration of your holiday into your daily life. We take you to nature, offer techniques to connect in to yourself and build connections with others for how you return to ‘normal’ life filled with the magic of life. Then we have a follow up session to see how you’re going. Make your holiday a part of your life, not just a ‘break’ from reality.

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The Inner Rebel Ruining your Relationship with Food

Your inner rebel can be of great use when you are defining who you are, but can also cause havoc on your health and happiness. Omega Movement’s new team member and resident nutritionist, Megan, shares how she used her inner rebel to create a balanced relationship with food and can help you with your relationship too.

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