Who doesn't feel guilty, overwhelmed, stressed-out or angry sometimes? It's all part of being a human right?! But how can you manage these feelings better and reclaim your power? In today's episode of The Jo & Co Show, Jo chats with meditation teacher and Autism-Mama, Azra Ladora about finding the calm in our busy, stressy days.
- how to master emotional wellbeing with a simple everyday practice
- why meditating twice a day has immense benefits
- an easy tip to deal with overwhelm or anger
- practising conscious breathing and why this is a good thing to do
- how all our emotions are there to serve and guide us and how best to process them to rebalance and empower ourselves
Jo Hall, founder and host of The Jo & Co Show is also a Transformation Mentor. She empowers women who are ready for more to recognise what they are truly capable of when they believe in themselves and implicitly trust in their intuition, so they can tap into their natural calm-confidence and courage to create a life that is aligned to what truly lights them up and brings them deep meaning and fulfilment.
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Azra Ladora – The Mama of Empowerment
Azra is a Meditation & Wellness Mentor and a single mother of two boys, one of whom is on the spectrum of Autism. Whilst this has been a major challenge, his diagnosis was the catalyst for her exploration into the world of holistic health and reclaiming herself to transform her life.
During the process she awakened to the truth that she needed to take care of herself FIRST to regain her power, energy, and resilience. n… and so the quest for transformation started. She studied and trained in these fields.
By applying yoga, meditation, mindfulness, Ayurvedic and raw nutrition practices and principles in simple, fun, and intuitive ways she saw profound improvements in her own life which led her to do the same for her children.
You can connect with Azra on Facebook or join her free Facebook group for Mamas with autistic children: Reclaim your mother power