Welcome to MoreMind
Liz Joy Oakley and our resident yoga psychologist Dr. Stephanie Minchin will be evolving this dedicated space for our tribe to access information, help and support to keep your mind healthy. Mental health is not something to hide – we need to tackle the taboo and open up the discussions around issues that affect sooooo many people.
MoreMind 5 Layers of Holistic Wellbeing
The Physical Body
The Vital Body
Energy & Mind/Body Connection
The Intellectual Mind
Thoughts, Feelings and Mental Wellbeing
Wisdom, Education & Awareness
The Heart Centre
Bliss, the ultimate state of being – the destination: Freedom!
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Contentment and Mental Health are not often words that coexist very comfortably in the same conversation but through my own personal battles with my mental health and through my work, I’ve learnt that cultivating contentment can be a powerful coping tool. We all have...
5 steps to introducing a self-care ritual shared by Teacher, Wellbeing Coach & MoreMind leader Liz Joy Oakley London life is busy, I think we can all agree on that. Life in the city can sometimes feel like it’s a non-stop race with very little respite, it’s...
Samadhi. Bliss. Liberation. Enlightenment.All such words are loaded with beautiful and divine descriptions and conjure up ideals of a ‘higher consciousness’, awakening oneself to the ‘true self’. Patanjali describes bliss (Samadhi) as a meditative state,...
Every May during Mental Health Awareness Week you may notice that for one week your social media is suddenly overflowing with posts, emails, videos & articles encouraging you to take better care of your Mind. We’re reminded, from all angles, how...
Dr Adrienne Milner on the importance of diversity and yoga, and its connection with mental health and body image
Dr Adrienne Milner (@drmilneryoga) is Senior Lecturer at Brunel University London in Sport, Health, and Exercise Sciences and was previously Lecturer in Global Public Health at Queen Mary University of London. Adrienne was a former competitive college...
I started practicing yoga around six years ago after suffering a mental break down at 24 years of age. I friend told me that yoga maybe a great way of relieving some stress, so I booked into a vinyasa class. If I’m honest at first I didn’t like it. I...
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 we spoke with Robin Watkins-Davis, the UK'ss youngest yoga teacher trained aged 16 years old with TeenYoga Foundation @teenyogafoundation. She also does work with the All Parliamentary Group for Yoga. Tell us a...
My journey began with being drawn to yoga to counteract the responsibilities of being a carer for a mentally ill single parent from a young age - which at times extremely challenging but yoga has been my remedy for helping to rebuild my life. Whilst yoga...