happiness and jumping

Why happiness is important to your wellbeing during this pandemic

  Are you happy? Being happy means a different thing to each of us. To some it is contentment and for others it is waves of joy and excitement. Research in the area of Positive Psychology defines a happy person as ‘someone who experiences frequent positive emotions, such as joy, interest, and pride, and infrequent (though…

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The Power of the Mantra

The origin of mantras The word mantra comes from the 18th century, meaning literally ‘a thought. A thought behind speech or action’. Its everyday use comes from the Indian Vedic tradition – a word or sound repeated to aid concentration, meditation or prayer. Recently, Group Director Nicky Marshall spent 3 weeks touring India. Part of which…

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how to have a calm christmas

On the 12th day of Christmas my true love said to me…

…What a calm and lovely Christmas that was!   Here at Discover Your Bounce we are the masters of zen, getting sh*t done and making sure we enjoy our time spent on earth.   Christmas is a celebration with family and/or friends. Yet, some of us spend more time running around after everyone else and…

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Anxiety? Moi?

We were asked to share our experiences in association with the Lord Mayor’s ‘This is me’ campaign. We feel that it’s so important to end the stigma around mental health. To read more go to TheLordMayorsAppeal.org. Anxiety? Moi? Have you ever had a situation where you felt completely side-swiped? Life is ticking along, you know…

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Mindful Walking : A New Dimension

Its Summer ! It’s the Summer and traditionally a time for revealing more of our body to the world. One of the first things to go is my boots – replaced by flip flops and sandals. Not only does the feeling of the air around my feet give me a feeling of freedom, but it…

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