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We usually set goals for the year ahead—but right now, it’s difficult to make plans. That’s why we’re celebrating the one thing that’s kept us going instead.

Whether it’s online yoga classes, daily calls to loved ones, or reigniting childhood hobbies—whatever brings you joy, make it your intention and take it with you into 2021.

This space is full of inspiring tips, stories and workouts to keep you going—not just today but for the rest of the year to come.

How to create a mindful morning routine

How to create a mindful morning routine

Model and influencer Shareefa J started a new morning routine in lockdown and hasn’t looked back since. Here she reveals how this newfound precious time has been invaluable to her health and mindset.

Take time for your body and mind

Take time for your body and mind

From yoga flows to guided runs, our online studio is brimming with sweat sessions to suit your every mood.

From laughter therapy to giving yourself a facial massage, discover expert tips and interviews from the people that inspire us.

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Why I meditate with Darvina Plante.

Our yoga ambassador shares the benefits of meditation and why it can be anything but conventional.

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How to get started with journaling.

This mindfulness practice has myriad benefits. Here are three simple ways to try it for yourself.

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Five easy yoga poses to help you find inner calm.

Ambassador Annie Clarke shares five restorative poses for relaxation.

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How to combine running with meditation.

Global run ambassador Charlie Dark on making your next run a meditative one.

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Be kind to your spine

If WFH is taking its toll, Pilates instructor Alex Coleman has got your back with these expert tips.

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Why being kind to yourself isn't selfish

Journalist and author Poorna Bell shares what kindness means to her—and how she’s learned that putting yourself first is the least selfish thing you can do.

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How to stay connected when you’re apart.

We’ve collaborated with the Campaign to End Loneliness to help you stay in touch with the people around you.

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Why laughter is the best medicine.

Laughter therapist Lotte Mikkelsen reveals the benefits of having a good laugh and how you can try it at home.