Move every day for good emotional health

We all want to feel good in our bodies, to move freely without aches and pains and to avoid those niggling injuries. To achieve this, a variety of regular exercise will mean we use different muscle groups, enjoy different movement intensities which will help us to stay committed and interested.

Good emotional health helps us deal with the stresses and strains of everyday life. When juggling the demands of work and family, taking time out can often seem near impossible. We will all have those days but they don’t need to defeat us – finding 5 or 10min for a guided meditation or (my favourite) ‘legs up the wall’ can make the day feel easier and help you to cope.

This year, make that commitment to yourself, move your body… every day.

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Corporate Wellness Recipe

Pea, Broccoli, Bean and Feta Salad

Serves 4 – 6 Ingredients: • 300g green beans, topped and tailed • 250g frozen peas • 1½ cups broccoli florets • 2 Cups, Spinach Leaves • 1 lemon, finely zested and juiced • 1 large handful of mint leaves, torn • 100g feta, crumbled. • 1/4 cup olive oil Method: • Place beans, broccoli and peas to a saucepan of boiling water for 2-3 minutes until bright green. Drain and refresh under cold water. •

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Choose your aspiration

As you may know, we are not a fan of New Year’s resolutions – they are usually doomed to fail. However we do love the idea of a word god the year. Selecting a word that encapsulates your aspirations for the year ahead provides a positive guide. January unfolds as a symbol of fresh beginnings, motivating us to strive for our best selves. The act of choosing a guiding word serves as an ideal starting