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.”

newsletter. march 21

“We don’t live to do yoga, we do yoga so that we may live more easily, joyously and gracefully” – Leslie Kaminoff, Yoga Anatomy Hello you lovely, wonderful folk. Gosh, this month marks almost a year of covid and lockdown life. Of this being our world. A year of uncertainty, instability and fear. But alsoContinue reading “newsletter. march 21”

uniting breath and movement (to soothe our nervous system).

Did you know that Yoga means union? To unite. To yoke. To connect. To find union with our body and mind.  Yoga practice allows us to begin to cultivate a conversation and connection with ourselves.  And it’s here that we can get to know ourselves better, that we learn, listen, question, tend to and adaptContinue reading “uniting breath and movement (to soothe our nervous system).”

newsletter. february 21.

Restlessness /ˈrɛstləsnəs/ “the inability to rest or relax as a result of anxiety or boredom.” This is the second time ive written our Feb newsletter (how very apt), I had a whole plan and written piece to send you, but this felt much more important and appropriate (and hopefully useful?) Recently ive been feeling restless, itContinue reading “newsletter. february 21.”

resilience.

I’m sharing this piece of writing from my newsletter this week cause it feels appropriate. ———————— Resilience  ‘Belief in our ability to cope’  We’ve been through a bloody lot this year, haven’t we? As a world, a nation, as a society and most of all importantly; as individuals. The changes you have made to adaptContinue reading “resilience.”

breathwork for everyday.

the breath is a powerful, vital part of our being. it is our life force, our energy. our breath is the core of our physical being and it transcends into our emotional and spiritual being too. In Chinese practice this is called our ‘chi’. in yoga we call this ‘prana’. Yoga breath practice is calledContinue reading “breathwork for everyday.”

finding nature.

last week we got out in nature, all week. which is always a soulful experience, made even sweeter this time, that lockdown restrictions were lifted and we were able to venture far. to be in amongst it all. to soak up the mountains and be by the sea and be in it all, switched onContinue reading “finding nature.”

5 tips for self-care.

mmmnnnnnnnn self – care. it’s one of those words / phrases that’s around a lot more often than it used to be, isn’t it? we hear it from our yoga teachers, our breakfast cereal boxes, our favourite clothing brands, our milk (or other alternative) cartons, our bosses, maybe even the postman + now, especially rightContinue reading “5 tips for self-care.”