Author: Caitriona Horne


Caoimhe Bamber, Digme Fitness Founder: A Day In The Life

Caoimhe Bamber is co-founder of Digme Fitness – named after a beach in Kona, Hawaii which is the start line for the famous Ironman World Championship. Geoff, Digme’s CEO and Caoimhe’s husband, has twice completed this incredible event, so to them, Digme is hugely significant. Their aim with Digme Fitness is to help people set their […]

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Gift of Silence

The Gift of Silence : Finding peace in a world full of noise

Do you struggle to find peace and quiet? Do you yearn to disconnect, find an escape, slow down and just breathe? Are you overwhelmed by modern life? The simple solution lies in this book. Rooted in the ancient Zen philosophies that ground her work, French Buddhist nun, Kankyo Tannier, will show you how to channel […]

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A Buddhist Nun : A Day In The Life

Kankyo Tannier is a Buddhist nun of the Zen tradition and is being called ‘the new voice of Buddhism’. She lived in a monastery in Alsace for over fifteen years before settling in the middle of a nearby forest, surrounded by trees and animals. She teaches meditation workshops and writes a blog on everyday spirituality […]

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Rhiannon Lambert: A Day In The Life

Rhiannon Lambert is a nutritionist specialising in weight management, eating disorders and sports nutrition. She is the founder of Rhitrition, a leading Harley Street private clinic. Rhiannon says: On a typical busy day, I wake up at 7am with a glass of water to rehydrate and a matcha green tea to kick-start my morning. After […]

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Re-Nourish : A Simple Way to Eat Well

An expert’s guide to re-nourishing your mind and body through eating well by London’s leading Harley Street Nutritionist. ‘With the rising trend of ‘healthy eating’ many of us have lost touch with the true meaning of nutrition. I want to take us back to basics with my simple approach to eating well, free from dieting […]

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Kilted Yoga

The Story Behind Kilted Yoga

In 2016 I was asked to become a contributor to BBC The Social, an online platform that features creative people across Scotland. Kilts in hand, Tristan and I went to the Hermitage in Perthshire; it reminded me of where I grew up and its setting encapsulates features of the Scottish landscape. We were freezing the […]

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Door Stretch

Do The Splits: Week Four

Now you should really be noticing a difference! If you’ve finished last week’s exercises, you can now move on to week four. Week 4 BASIC STRETCH: Towel Stretch (see week one) BASIC STRETCH: Sumo Stretch (see week one) WEEK 4 STRETCH: Door Stretch Find a doorway where the walls on either side are in the […]

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Sumo Stretch 2

Do The Splits: Week Three

For four weeks, you’ll do three stretches each day: two basic stretches, and a third which changes each week. Remember to do the previous week’s exercises before moving on. Week 3 BASIC STRETCH: Towel Stretch (see week one) BASIC STRETCH: Sumo Stretch (see week one) WEEK 3 STRETCH: Chair Stretch Straddle the chair facing the seat […]

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State of Affairs Matches

A Window into the Human Heart

Affairs have a lot to teach us about relationships. They open the door to a deeper examination of values, human nature, and the power of eros. They force us to grapple with some of the most unsettling questions: What draws people outside the lines they worked so hard to establish? Why does sexual betrayal hurt […]

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Wall Stretch 2

Do The Splits: Week Two

Learn how to do the splits with Eiko! Complete last week’s 3 daily stretches BEFORE moving on to Week Two. Week Two BASIC STRETCH: Towel Stretch (see week one) BASIC STRETCH: Sumo Stretch (see week one) WEEK 2 STRETCH: Wall Stretch 1. Lie on your back with your backside against the wall. Extend your legs […]

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