How do you and your body respond to stress?

How do you and your body respond to stress?

Stress can be an uncomfortable feeling. It can overwhelm our minds and bodies, and when we’re in the midst of that experience it can be hard to view situations objectively and respond with compassionate wisdom.
In this blog post we look at Polyvagal Theory, a collection of evolutionary, neuroscientific and psychological thought about how the nervous system responds to stressors.

Forgiveness in your recovery

Forgiveness in your recovery

To forgive and to let go can be one of the most freeing forms of self-care and a real demonstration of self-compassion and self-love. Yet we know how hard it can be to forgive. Especially when it feels that past experiences, people or even ourselves have let us down. Here are some thoughts to help guide you to a place of forgiveness in your eating disorder recovery…

Orri’s Kitchen: Seasonal Pumpkin Pie

Orri’s Kitchen: Seasonal Pumpkin Pie

If you are like us and have too many pumpkins leftover from your Halloween antics, then this warming pumpkin pie recipe is a must-bake for your kitchen! Created by Orri’s Chef, Ben, our seasonal pumpkin pie is great to make at this time of year when pumpkins are in season.

Our tips for creating winter routines

Our tips for creating winter routines

As the days get shorter and darker, our routines and our mindset changes as we’re pulled towards comfort and warmth. Here’s how to navigate that transitional experience.