NEWSLETTER. NOVEMBER. 21

A temptation to retreat, the whisper to be still, the little bit longer spent amidst the release of your exhale. Listen carefully now.  Halloween, as most of us know it is commonly connected with ghosts and gools and horror. It’s said to be the one day of the year that the veil between the spiritContinue reading “NEWSLETTER. NOVEMBER. 21”

NEWSLETTER. OCTOBER. 21

In order to exhale, we must first inhale whole-heartedly.  In order to share in passion or creativity we must first embody how these feel for ourselves, in our own felt sense.  In order to exchange in energetic reserve, we must first be in an open place ourselves to receive and expand.  On my course recentlyContinue reading “NEWSLETTER. OCTOBER. 21”

Beannacht / Blessing

by John O’Donohue On the day when the weight deadens on your shoulders and you stumble, may the clay dance to balance you. And when your eyes freeze behind the grey window and the ghost of loss gets in to you, may a flock of colours, indigo, red, green, and azure blue come to awakenContinue reading “Beannacht / Blessing”

NEWSLETTER. SEPTEMBER 21.

Ah hello September. Do you feel that turn in the air? That slight crispness to the edges of the temperature, the morning mist when the suns a little bit slower to rise. It is a month of changes and reflections and quieter contemplations.  In the sky, in the light, everything takes a reflective hue beforeContinue reading “NEWSLETTER. SEPTEMBER 21.”

NEWSLETTER. AUGUST 21.

“The lived embodied experience of practices that awaken our trust in the inner guide and reawaken our sense of connectedness with the universe, which we inhabit as pure yoga, has the potential to heal the world” Una Dinsmore-Tuli.  Recently I’ve felt a disappointment that goes past my own microcosmic life experiences. It’s about society, about humanity. When theContinue reading “NEWSLETTER. AUGUST 21.”

newsletter. april 21.

Trust in what is to come.    March marked the beginning of my two year Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy. Embarking on this course has come as a bit of a surprise (but also not at all?) I planned to begin a different course. Because it felt fitting and appropriate for my other work that IContinue reading “newsletter. april 21.”