Stress Less: 4 Yoga Poses For Relaxation

Stress Less: 4 Yoga Poses For Relaxation

I’ve said it before, wedding planning is exciting and rewarding, but also stressful. Here are four simple yoga poses that will help you release stress, and feel more relaxed and grounded. Balasana (Child’s Pose) This pose is brilliant when there are just too many decisions to make, — think wedding invitations, specialty cocktails, bridesmaid dresses. Ok, stop…

Wedding Day Backup Plans You Didn’t Know You Needed

Wedding Day Backup Plans You Didn’t Know You Needed

Today we’re talking about the three wedding day backup plans that you need to know about, but that you probably haven’t considered… You have a plan B for rain on the wedding day.  And you’ve figured out how to handle those last minute cancellations (frustrating but under control).  But are you prepared for any hiccups…

How To Stop Wedding Stress In 10 Minutes Or Less

How To Stop Wedding Stress In 10 Minutes Or Less

Date selected. Checked. Venue booked. Checked. Guest list drafted. Checked. Not checked. Kind of checked. Stress levels rising. Triple checked. Was it just me or is making the guest list synonymous with the arrival of wedding stress? Between the family politics, school-friend obligations and trying to balance his side and your side, it can be…

Wedding Stressed? Try This Quick Body Scan

Wedding Stressed? Try This Quick Body Scan

Welcome back to the fourth installment of the Busy Bride Meditation Challenge! Today we will enjoy an eight minute guided meditation together. Today’s meditation is one of the cornerstones of the lying down meditation practices. It involves sweeping through the body with the mind, bringing awareness to every region from the toes to the head.  This…

Mindful Living: A Busy Bride Meditation

Mindful Living: A Busy Bride Meditation

Today is Part Three of our Busy Bride Meditation Series, which delves a little deeper into the practice of mindful living. Mindfulness simply means living in the moment, experiencing what is going on around you, your thoughts and actions, as they occur. It means “paying attention on purpose” (Jon Kabat-Zinn) without judgement or criticism, without…