Jules Hunt, founder of Om & The City, shares simple ways to boost well-being after dealing with chronic stress.
The thing about the hustle is that it can lead to a grind. Earlier this year the World Health Organization officially recognized burnout as an occupational syndrome resulting from chronic workplace stress and leading to energy depletion, increased detachment, and reduced productivity. While you can’t always control what happens at work, you can deploy a few principles to get your life force moving and feel present again. Here, the Live Be Yoga ambassadors sat down with Jules Hunt, founder of Om & The City and yoga and mindfulness teacher, for three simple tips to boost overall well-being.
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