Sue King

The world at the minute is not the one we love, and being separated from our Mushin Family has made this time apart even more cruel and painful.

While we could love to be throwing each other to the mat and waking up sore the next day, we are all doing the right thing and isolating ourselves at this time.

As of right now we are unaware as to when we can reopen, be that dates or in capacity, but hopefully we will be informed in the very near future, but for now we want to provide some tips on how to stay mentally upbeat so you can come back sharp and ready for action.

  • The amount of information we have absorbed over the recent weeks and months has been overwhelming and while it is good to stay up to date with the latest advice and precautions – maybe switch off every now and again. Your brain is a muscle, and constant fear and worry just like constant exercise with no rest may not be wise.
  • Sensei Sue has provided a great video on meditation which is available here – it is just ten minutes and could help you during this time
  • However if you are really suffering and require help, then please contact Samaritans on 0330 094 5717 who can offer further assistance in your time of need

Join our Mushin Community if you have not done, ask Sue or Bobby for details and here you will find a collective group,