Contentment & Discontentment Through Yoga + Should Everyone Chant OM?

As Yoga becomes ever more popular, the ancient and traditional aspects of it can sometimes become diluted or confused, and the messages send out to students new and seasoned can often leave us feeling even more confused than we were before even stepping on the Yoga mat. Practicing the postures is one thing, but getting […]

Interview: Helen Forester & Chant Malas

First published on the Holistic Journal, read my latest interview with a leading thinker in health, happiness and wellbeing. The idea of crystals and mala beads might seem a little too ‘mystical’ for some, but for thousands of years people have been proving their healing benefits, and using them to harness their health and wellbeing. […]

4 Ways To Truly Detox

When the season of Spring rolls around, we’re often confronted with the fact that Summer isn’t far away, and subsequently faced with articles about ‘detoxing’, ‘cleansing’, and getting a ‘Summer body’. FYI – a Summer body doesn’t mean anything. It’s just your body, in the Summer….. It’s true that we feel a whole lot better when […]

Power: Fear & Freedom

Power is something the modern Western world is seemingly obsessed with; power over each other, power over money, power over health, status, stability, but when there’s so much focus on what’s happening outside of ourselves, we may notice that the power we once felt within ourselves begins to feel… well.. not so powerful. Reflect for […]

Introducing: Long Live Legs (Yoga Clothing & Active-Wear)

Long Live Legs is the new Brighton based legging and active-wear company start up, founded by Mikaela Perera. Mikaela is a yoga teacher, artist and designer. Her passion for leggings came from being unable to find the perfect legging to teach in, so she set about making her very own. After discovering that Yoga students […]

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 today […]