In my day job, I’m used to looking at other people’s health behaviours and dissecting what the challenges are and … More
Tag: behavioural science
Is it time for some megastudy thinking in yoga research?
One of the biggest problems of understanding the effects of yoga on our health and minds and bodies more broadly is that a lot of yoga research is, frankly, a bit shit.So it was great to see the publication of this guidance last week on how yoga studies should be designed and reported. But it doesn’t really go far enough. Could megastudy thinking be what we are missing?
Meditation/yoga/other mind–body practice is not for me, and other such myths
What is the comment that most yoga teachers hear when they talk about the benefits of yoga? Oh, yoga is … More
What having a vitamin B12 deficiency taught me about behavioural science
I’ve never really been a supplement person. I know many people are, religiously taking their multivitamin every day, maybe their … More
Why everyone should practice yoga
I’m biased of course. I’ve been practising yoga for more than 10 years. I teach yoga. I write about yoga. … More
How to form a yoga habit
Use behavioural science tool to help form yoga (and other healthy) habits.