Suitable for all levels, and a great way to keep joints strong, mobile and healthy!
Each month I write for a a few different websites and magazines, including Breathe Magazine, Ekhart Yoga, and Yogamatters UK. If you missed any of them, have a look at the list below and take your time reading through. There’s a mixture of philosophy, mindfulness, yoga postures, yoga tips, and lots more to choose from.Continue reading “Blog Roundup: Catch Up With Last Month’s Articles For Your Yoga Inspiration”
After emerging some few thousand years ago, Ayurveda (the knowledge of longevity, or ‘science of life’) has survived and thrived throughout the ages, and stands today as not only the East’s traditional healing modality, but a fascinating tool for everyday life in the modern Western world. Ayurveda is essentially a way of living and beingContinue reading “Ayurveda Inspired Seasonal Self-Care | Spring: Kapha Season”
Late Winter and early Spring are classified in Ayurvedic terms as Kapha season – a time at which the qualities of heaviness, lethargy, congestion and attachment can become more prevalent. The Kapha ‘dosha’ or quality is linked to earth and water, and the aspects that relate to these elements. To learn more about Ayurveda andContinue reading “Be Like Water | Ayurveda & Astrolgy Advice For Kapha + Pisces Season”
If cold weather is your catalyst for freezing feet and stiff legs, you’ll know all too well how difficult it can be to deal with poor circulation. Whilst layering up and wearing socks and slippers is indeed one of the many habits your grandparents would have nagged you to pick up, there are a fewContinue reading “7 Ways To Enhance Circulation + Stay Warm This Winter”
Ask the internet what the definition of LOVE is and you’ll get a few similar answers: A strong feeling of affection. A great interest and pleasure in something. To Like or enjoy very much. Caring strongly for another We often freely feel and give these things to other people, but rarely do weContinue reading “Love Starts With YOU: Self Respect Practices”
Utthita = Extended Parsva = Side Kona = Angle Asana = Posture Yoga postures are a lot more than they appear to be on the outside. To anyone looking into a yoga class of people moving from strange shape to even stranger shape, it may seem absurd as to why we would choose this practice.Continue reading “Practice Utthita Parsvakonasana”