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Importance of Recharging

Importance of Recharging

Vix Anderton

Wellness & productivity specialist

The seventh video on her series is a brief explanation of the fourth phase of the human cycle. Join Vix as she discusses the importance of Resting well by going through some simple ways.

The seventh video on her series is a brief explanation of the fourth phase of the human cycle. Join Vix as she discusses the importance of Resting well by going through some simple ways.

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Importance of Recharging

3 mins 4 secs

Key learning objectives:

  • Identify some simple ways to recharge

Overview:

Resting well in our busy schedule can be really challenging. Not doing is just as important as doing.

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Summary

What are some simple ways to recharge?

  • To begin with, a little and frequently is usually far easier than attempting to take a 2-hour lunch break.
  • Instead of an hour, try arranging meetings for 50 or 55 minutes so that everyone has a few minutes to relax before the next event.

Alternatively, try feeling your feet on the floor and bum on the chair. Bring your hands onto the front of your body, one hand on chest and one on belly, whatever feels comfortable for you. Now, bring your awareness inwards, back and down. Allow your spine to soften, maybe relax back into your chair, let go of your jaw and tongue. You might close your eyes or allow your gaze to soften down in front of you. Take a couple of easy breaths. Coming inwards, back and down. Take your time here - notice how you feel. When you’re ready, slowly come back up to the centre.

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Vix Anderton

Vix Anderton

Vix is dedicated to helping individuals and organisations achieve meaningful and sustainable change through evidence-based research, practical planning, red-teaming and coaching. Vix is an accredited Mental Health First Aider, ICF-certified life coach and yoga teacher, Vix loves to draw on psychology, neuroscience, and behaviour change research as well as Eastern philosophies and traditions to inform her work.

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