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MOVEMENT can be a form of meditation and mindfulness.

“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states.” – Carol Welch

Walking in the Woods

In order to stay healthy, the NHS recommends doing two types of exercise every week. This includes at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity (such as cycling or brisk walking) OR 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity (such as running or tennis) OR a combination of both. In addition, it is advised to do strength exercises on 2 or more days a week that work all the major muscles.                                                      University of Nottingham

Examples of muscle-strengthening activities: YOGA / PILATES / TAI CHI & QI GONG

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Mimi Kuo-Deemer, MA, is the author of Qigong and the Tai Chi Axis and Xiu Yang. She teaches meditation, qigong, and internal martial arts (6th generation lineage holder in Baguazhang). She champions a balance of playfulness and precision in her practice and teachings, which draw inspiration from nature, the Dao, and the wisdom of Buddha Dharma. She particularly enjoys sharing ways embodiment practices can nourish and support our personal welfare, which by extension encompasses the welfare of all life. Born in upstate New York, Mimi has lived most of her adult life overseas, in Beijing, London, and now Oxfordshire, where she lives with her husband and their dog, three cats, 8 chickens and 60,000 bees.

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'Nature's capacity for homeostasis and balance is also qigong's model for health' - Qigong and the Tai Chi Axis

'When we take care of ourselves, we take care of this world. This is because we are nature, manifest in human form.'



Cole Chance Yoga

Cole has been a seeker all her life. There is always room to find more freedom and come closer to wholeness both on and off the mat; Cole’s teaching style reflects her desire to support her students discover on their own unique journey.
Cole has been practicing and teaching Thai Yoga Massage for a decade, is a 500-RYT, international retreat leader, passionate about teaching to the addiction recovery community, consistent in broadening her knowledge in Yoga and Buddhist philosophy, ravenous book nerd, croissant connoisseur, wanderlust junkie, and seeker of the full range of experience. 
“The day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ Anïas Nin

Tony Riddle, aka The Natural Lifestylist, is an ultra endurance runner and Natural Lifestyle Coach who lives with his wife and four children in Hampstead, London. Drawing on his background in military and pilates, Tony has spent 20 years refining a robust way of life based on the four principles of his Natural Lifestyle Philosophy: Reboot, Reconnect, Rewild, and Refine.

Tony teaches people how to deconstruct the inherited templates that often prevent us from seeing and hearing outside of our conditioned beliefs, including how to live more in sync with nature and our natural human biology (reconnect); how to integrate natural norms into our modern lives through breath, movement, nature immersion, digestion, sleep and play (rewild); and how to continually refine the human experience for the next generations to observe and inherit.

Tony hosts retreats, workshops and one-to-one coaching. 

I attended one of Tony's Move Breathe Chill workshops in February 2020 and this was a very unique and worthwhile experience, for example, part of this was partaking in an ice bath in a storm!

Tony Riddle

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