Creative Yoga Sequencing: Wild Thing Salutations

A Yoga practice holds the chance to experiment with our bodies and see what happens when we stop over-thinking, and allow the breath to take over. Movement and flow are important in my practice and yoga classes, and studies show that movement is an extremely important factor in relieving and preventing stress and anxiety. Moving in aContinue reading “Creative Yoga Sequencing: Wild Thing Salutations”

Four Yoga Postures For Your Autumn Practice

As the seasons change, we become more susceptible to stress, illness, and a general feeling of ‘bleugh’. Autumn has a different energy compared to Summer, and it’s important to realise and respect this as we work with our bodies. Autumn brings with it colder weather and darker nights, but also the chance to re-charge our batteriesContinue reading “Four Yoga Postures For Your Autumn Practice”

Practice: Camatkarasana (Wild Thing)

Camatkarasana or ‘wild thing’ is an expansive, energising and FUN backbend. If you’re planning on practicing Urdhva Dhanurasana (full wheel) then this is a good option to warm up with. Wild thing is also not-so-elegantly named ‘flip the dog’ sometimes…. You may need to open the hips a little before ‘flipping’ in to the pose,Continue reading “Practice: Camatkarasana (Wild Thing)”