I’d like to introduce you to the concept of “intrinsic equilibrium”. This is the principle that your body’s many systems and its underlying musculature have their own innate perfection and connection. They are designed to be in perfect balance and
Did you know that physical conditions, discomfort and pain can be linked to your emotional state? Maybe you’ve experienced this yourself. If you’ve ever gone through extended periods of emotional/mental stress or anxiety you may have noticed your digestion being
Have you ever experienced something a little odd when you’ve tried to relax? Maybe your body twitches. Random images float in your mind’s eye. You remember things or people you hadn’t thought about in years. Memories come to the surface.
It’s Christmas time again. The festive season of merriness and good will to all! But … have you finished your Christmas shopping? (No? I haven’t either… oopsie!) Are you already worrying about how many mince pies you’ve eaten? Are you
So it’s the end of the yoga class and it’s time for relaxation. Everyone around you seems to love it – they look so blissed out! But when you lie back to try and relax yes, it feels fantastic …
So, you practise yoga and you love the feeling of stretching out and releasing tightness from your body. You’re noticing that you can bend and move more easily than you used to; you’ve re-established a connection with your breath to enable
So, you’ve tried this yoga thing. You’ve experienced the benefits of increased flexibility or relief from back pain. Maybe you’re sleeping better and you feel more relaxed in every day life. Hey, this yoga stuff really works! And now you’re
Does your life feel like it’s whizzing past in a blur? You have so much going on: you’re being pulled one way by the demands of work, another way by family and in another direction by friends. Emails to answer,
So it’s Friday afternoon and you’re worn out – again. Your back is aching and your nerves are frazzled. You’ve had another week of interminable meetings where everyone has something to say (at great length) but no-one wants to make
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!