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COVID-19 Our commitment to staff, students and teachers at BodyMindLife
Posted March 7, 2020
At BodyMindLife we take the wellbeing of our students and our team very seriously. We recognise the ongoing and evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and have implemented precautions to ensure the risk to our students, staff and teachers is minimised. This has included the temporary closure of our beloved physical studios and a move to online […]
What is Cryotherapy?
Posted October 16, 2019
Everything you need to know about this ancient therapy that’s become the latest sports recovery treatment. The wellness industry is booming with new techniques. From Ayurvedic eating, intermittent fasting and cryotherapy – it’s easy to feel overwhelmed about what works and what doesn’t. Our founder Phil Goodwin is always on the hunt for the best […]
Posted July 12, 2019
'We help people live happier, healthier and longer’ BodyMindLife founder Phil Goodwin understands first-hand the innate effects yoga, meditation and transformational energy therapies have on those in high stress environments. Following a career in investment banking, he shares why he is so inspired by the results of Cryotherapy, My passion is about helping people be [...]
The benefits of infrared saunas used as a hot therapy
Posted April 24, 2019
It is not a new idea to use heat in therapy. Aptly named ‘sweat lodges’ have been used to treat the body and soul in ancient Chinese medicine for thousands of years and health enthusiasts continue to tap into the healing benefits of heat as a therapy and fitness enhancer. While anything that encourages your [...]
Infrared saunas: 5 reasons to make them part of your wellness routine
Posted September 3, 2018
Touted as a go-to self-care tool, research shows that infrared saunas can boost healing, reduce stress and lower chances of cardiovascular and lung disease, as well as a myriad of mental health issues. Depending on the study, those who drop in for regular sessions have seen their risk of strokes, high blood pressure, heart attacks [...]