Autumn Equinox: Understanding The Dark, The Light and Everything In Between

Late September brings us the Autumn Equinox; the day in which hours of light and darkness are almost equal (it’s nature; they’re never going to be exactly equal no matter how much we want to squeeze natural phenomenons into neat little descriptions….). The earth’s Southern hemisphere approaches Spring and Summer, while the Northern hemisphere isContinue reading “Autumn Equinox: Understanding The Dark, The Light and Everything In Between”

E-Book Release: Ancient Yoga Wisdom For Modern Yogis

Although it may be the physical aspect that first draws us towards Yoga, sooner or later we find out that there’s a lot more to this practice than touching your toes or holding a headstand…. The origins of Yoga don’t look much like our modern-day practice, in fact most of the postures we practice todayContinue reading “E-Book Release: Ancient Yoga Wisdom For Modern Yogis”

New Published Articles: Contentment & Backbends

I’ve recently kindly been asked to write a couple of articles for EkhartYoga.com and YogaMoo.com. Very grateful to have more writing out there available for everyone to see, so if you’re interested in learning more about the philosophical side of yoga with my piece on Santosha from the Ekhart Yoga site, click HERE. If you want to findContinue reading “New Published Articles: Contentment & Backbends”

There are 15 million Americans practicing yoga right now…. why?

There are countless blogs ‘out there’ telling you why yoga is good for you, why you should be practicing it, and what you might experience. The truth is, everyone’s experience of what yoga is to them differs a little. Yes, we are all agreed on the definition of yoga, derived from the root word ‘yoke’Continue reading “There are 15 million Americans practicing yoga right now…. why?”