IT’S more important than ever right now to nurture your emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Technology has made maintaining that personal connection easier than before, even if we can’t leave the house.
Take London meditation studio Re:Mind (remindstudio.com), which now offers everything from shamanic healing and sound baths to breath-work sessions and tea ceremonies from the comfort of your own home, via Zoom. Classes are booked online for the same price they would be in the studio (£22) and each is limited to 14 attendees ‘to keep sessions intimate and give you an opportunity to connect with our teachers,’ says co-founder Yulia Kovaleva.
You can even take it international with hip New York meditation space Inscape (inscape.life), which is live-streaming free ‘stress relief’ guided meditations through Instagram Live (times on its social media account).
If you’re looking for a sprinkling of stardust, Victoria Beckham’s ‘crystal healer’ Emma Lucy Knowles offers treatments via Skype and WhatsApp (lucykingdom.com). Knowles is also ‘a psychic, a clairvoyant and a healer’, and someone the rich and famous have on speed dial when they need emotional support. Like all of us right now.