‘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

Gentle Yoga for pregnant moms

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Antenatal Yoga – Here’s a gentle sequence to mobilise and stabilise the spine. Great if you’re feeling tight and in need of some core support. 1. On all fours align hands under shoulders and knees under hips. Inhale and draw navel … 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

Is yoga the answer to our mental health problems?

Why is yoga good for our mental health? I believe it’s the cognitive nature of yoga that makes it such an effective tool for our mental health. Of course, the guidance of your GP is imperative but in terms of … Continued

Standing for Strength

Aside from drinking lots of warm tea to see us through the winter months, our practice has focused particularly on strength and flexibility.  I always incorporate a strong standing sequence to warm us up, ground our energy and prepare us … Continued

Tight Hamstrings?

#saturdaystretch – tight hamstrings? Don’t forget your hip openers! The most common complaint seems to be tight hamstrings but often this can be alleviated with hip flexor stretches. Tight pectorals, Psoas and quads from over training the front of the … Continued

Yoga a tool for stress, anxiety and depression

How are you feeling? The New Year is an opportunity to plan and fulfil personal dreams and make positive life changes. However, for many it’s an unwanted pressure that triggers all manner of complicated and confused feelings.   Sometimes we … 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