It seems quite a sad title for this blog... I can assure you it's totally the opposite. Exciting, scary, humbling, refreshing, and a sense of relief that a little perspective changes everything.
I first did my yoga teacher training in 2003, after a summer apprenticeship in Ibiza. A whole 17 years ago. And things change... My teacher had changed. In his daily yoga he began to refine his method. It became simpler, with instruction specifically to help us feel deeply the joints, the relationships between our body parts, the subtle and not so subtle feelings that we usually ...
NEXT Yoga Nidra WORKSHOP WILL BE Monday 8th April 2019 6.30-7.30pm Book below
Yoga Nidra Workshop £10.00
Come back to yourself in this body-mind restoration Yoga Nidra where you can experience the technique in person. Yoga Nidra is a guided relaxation that you listen to as you rest in a totally supported posture. This can be lying down or sitting, or reclining. We use lots of cushions, bolsters and blankets to ensure we are fully supported in our posture, so that we can deeply let go at a pace that suits us.
As you rest, you will be guided into a ...
Pregnancy. A time for many changes physically, mentally and emotionally. Sometimes even spiritually, as you become awestruck about the absolute miracle of life, growing within you. Sometimes good feelings, sometimes not so good. How can I help to support you?
As a mother to three children, with three very different births under my belt, I have experienced many different scenarios during pregnancy and labour. From denial to fear, from diabetes to shoulder dystocia, and from shock to euphoria and total empowerment, I believe I have enough experience to listen without ...
Calmness, peacefulness, relaxation. "I could do with that!", people tell me, when I say I am a yoga teacher or talk about my practise. I also sometimes get the response "Oh but I am not flexible enough to do yoga.". Posture practise, which has commonly become known as 'yoga', is only one part of it.. In my humble opinion, yoga, (union of body and mind) is possibly more difficult to work towards through postures, to those of us who are flexible than it is to those of us who aren't, unless you are hung up on what the person next to you is doing.
Sometimes, even the thought ...