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Christina Fox

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Christina Fox is the head therapist of the Londolozi Healing House. With 21 years in the health and wellness industry, she has studied multiple healing modalities but specialises in intensive body work, yoga and breath therapy. She combines wilderness and wellness in a ...

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Valmai Vorster
Senior Digital Ranger

Wow that was fantastic Christina, I felt so relieved and relaxed after doing the box breath excercise with you. I surely will do it again and again. Thank you so much for that excercise.

Christina Fox
Contributor

I am so glad that you enjoyed it Valmai 🙂

William Paynter
Explorer

Christina, this is a wonderful way to start every day. Thanks for the box breath lesson to bring the calmness to the start of any activity.

Christina Fox
Contributor

Thank you William 🙂

Francesca Doria
Digital Tracker

Thank you Christina!

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Christina, I loved all the photos🤗

Ginger Brucker
Senior Digital Ranger

Beautiful day for this reminder. Love these inhale, exhale photos. I want a set!

Christina Fox
Contributor

Thank you Ginger. They are the genius of our in house artist Roxy Borough.

Madeleine Poulin
Explorer

Because of the epidemic my yoga classes were canceled since a year ago. I miss them a lot. Thanks to you I find again at least this breath meditation which brings us so much wellness. Thanks Christina.
From Canada: Madeleine BP

Christina Fox
Contributor

Hello Madelaine
I am so glad you enjoyed the practice. Our breath is such a beautiful key to better wellbeing. I hope you can find a good online teacher to keep yourself in your practice. We need it now more than ever before. x

Cally Staniland
Digital Tracker

🙏🏻💗💗Christina

Leonie De Young
Digital Tracker

Christina this is an interesting blog. Many years ago I read an article which basically said what you did. The article was actually a way to relax if you have trouble falling asleep. You concentrate on each part of your body from the feet up. Thank you for this blog. It actually does work. Be well and stay safe.

Christina Fox
Contributor

Thank you Leonie
Yes you are correct this technique is also a very good remedy for insomnia.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Christina, thank you for this reminder to relax and breathe, in order to reach a state of mindfulness. I haven’t forgotten my time on my deck where I truly experienced that place for the first time. Thank you 🙏

Christina Fox
Contributor

Hello Denise!
What a magical time that was on your private Founders deck . I hope you have filled up your cup from the wilderness and settled safely back home. xx

Paul Canales
Digital Tracker

Lovely exercise Christina! Thanks so much for nourishing our hearts and souls.

Linda From California
Digital Ranger

Christina, I tried you box breath before dealing with a tense business call. It helped, and the called went my way. Thanks 😀

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