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Conscious Living Retreat - the Wrap Up

Between May 4th and 10th, 2019, The Psychology of It led its first Wellness Retreat in collaboration with Mindful Tribes and Yoga teacher, Peta Jolley. Our mindful tribe joined us in Canggu and Ubud, Bali, to retreat. The following article includes my personal reflections on what became a life-altering week.
Published in New Things
Anxiety and stress can sometimes make us feel like we're being charged at by a bull. Our breathing rate increases, our heart beats out of our chest and our brain decides for us whether we stay and fight the bull, or we make a run for it. Luckily there are rarely any real bulls to deal with, but things like exams, public speaking, meeting new people or going for job interviews can make us feel just as anxious. Here are some quick and effective strategies for you to try.
Published in The Coping Toolkit
Peta Jolley is a yoga loving, dog owning (hi Billie!), yummy mummy (hi Eva!) professional photographer. She lives life with a zest that would make lemons jealous. Peta is the creator of Dog Tails of Warrnambool, three volumes of these books have already raised thousands of dollars for the RSPCA. She loves dancing under the stars, re-enacting the moves from Dirty Dancing, as well as volunteering for Hospice in the Home. You always feel better for having spent time with her. Find her on Facebook or the Internet.