‘Practice and all is coming’

This is where it begins. A simple mat perhaps a block, bolster in a small, quiet space. It’s all you need. And then you begin… Pattabhi Jois famously said ‘practice and all is coming’. What wise words? It can apply … Continued

5 Yoga Poses for insomnia & stress

5 Yoga Poses to help calm and soothe both mind and body  Mindful breathing   Sit up straight. Relax and close your eyes. Take a long deep breath in through your nostrils and a slow releasing breath out of the … Continued

8 Yoga Poses for the 2nd and 3rd Trimester

Congratulations you’re pregnant! Now you may be wondering whether you should exercise or not during your pregnancy? Well, depending on your level of fitness, and always under the guidance of your GP, there really is nothing to stop you continuing … Continued

A Journey to Love

Sex is your Life Force You are born out of it. It is your creative energy. It can bring enlightenment When you think of your inner lover or Divine Love, what images come to mind perhaps the image of the … Continued

Ginger, lemon, honey tea tonic

Are you still fighting off a nasty cough or cold? Having had so many of my class participants poorly with terrible coughs and colds, I felt we needed a yoga supplement, to help boost our immune system.  Last week, we enjoyed a … Continued

Nature or nurture?

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This is my ‘Squished Pose’! Ha ha ok, it’s really  #upavishtakonasana – wide angle forward stretch. But here’s a question…nature or nurture? We’re not all born with the same anatomy. Subtle differences can make significant impact in our range of … Continued

Spring Spritz Your Home With Aromatherapy Oils

Dare I say it…but it looks as if Spring might just be here in the UK? This weekend the sun was shining, people were smiling and with a ‘spring’ in my step I threw open the windows, let in the … Continued

Yoga curriculum proves a huge success with Autistic pupils

I’m excited! Peeping through the classroom window I observe a tutor delivering a simple sequence of gentle postures and breathing techniques to his pupil. The session is gentle and calm. There’s a lovely rapport building between them as they mirror … Continued

Yoga to help grieving

Change is inevitable, letting go and moving forward optional Blue skies, warm sun and the rolling English countryside simply took my breath away this weekend. After days of wind and rain, it was a welcome tonic. I found myself pondering … Continued