They don’t call it the silly season for no reason! If you’re not feeling a little frazzled, sleep-deprived and overwhelmed at this crazy time of year, then we want what you’re having!? While this is meant to be a special and exciting time of the year, it’s often the time that we most neglect ourselves as we feel the mounting pressure to meet the demands of everyone and everything else. Can anyone relate?
With less than 10 days until Christmas, it’s hard to believe the big day is almost here! If, like us, you still have a few (um, many) presents left to tick off the seemingly endless list, be inspired with our gift ideas. Happy shopping, lovelies…
With the silly season upon us, it’s time to brace ourselves for the most decadent, full-on and frivolous month(s) of the year! As a certified health coach, I wouldn’t suggest starting a new diet regime at this time of year but I do feel, as with many things in life, it’s about balance and relishing this special time mindfully.
...Our first challenge for 2020 will help you get back on the health bandwagon after what is undoubtedly the most indulgent time of year for most (even Bianca admits to indulging her sweet tooth during the silly season).
We can not stress enough the importance of getting in a good stretch into your weekly routine! With the increase in device use and sitting over a laptop/computer more people are complaining of sore backs - lower and thoracic, necks and hunched shoulders, which are just not going to go away if you ignore it.
It has been more than a few months in the making...but, we're super excited to announce that we now offer Aleenta BARRE On-Demand our online barre studio where you can stream the classes you love, now in your living room! 😍
Here's the low down on all things Aleenta BARRE On-Demand...
Thanks to the amazing Clair Holmes and Meg Mead, we have created an amazing class which aims to provide balance through stretching, recovery and meditation.
According to theHuffington Post, after working out "Tiny tears form in the muscles that help them grow bigger and stronger as they heal. Soreness means there are changes occurring in those muscles and typically lasts a couple of days.