One word, one date. Brexit, 24 June 2016. And a whole world of fear, anger, frustration, and incomprehension opens (…insert your feelings here!). I’m still feeling shock, anger and fear from the UK EU Referendum result and the follow-on effects of
Happy New Year! The year has turned again and here you are at the start of 2016. Are you feeling the calling to turn a new leaf? To make resolutions? To stop doing this; to change that; to be more this;
So 2015 is almost at an end. A good time for reflection. 2015 is the year I turned 40, discovered the trait of high sensitivity, meditated daily and learned to ground. An eventful year. Here’s what I’ve learned. I hope
“Joy to the world!” So exclaims the Christmas carol. Are you feeling joyful at the moment? So many people I speak to at the moment are feeling tired, full of cold, wishing the days away until their Christmas break –
So, I’ve been rather confused about yoga and my place in the world as a yoga teacher of late. Increasingly, yoga seems to be about challenging poses, contortions, arm balances, headstands and pushing through your fears – at least that’s how
Your mind is whirring. Jumping from this place to that. You’re finding it difficult to focus. Your jaw is tense. Your shoulders are up around your ears. There’s a feeling of contraction and tightness throughout your body. You’re barely breathing.
So, winter is here. The days are short and cold and damp. The daylight too soon disappears and long, dark evenings stretch ahead of us. And Christmas is around the corner… Oh dear! Now I don’t mean to sound like
I’ve practised yoga since 2000 and have been teaching since 2012. And I often reflect on what yoga means to me. I think the following captures it!