Ayurveda Inspired: Your Summer Stay-Well Tips

From an Ayurvedic perspective, the qualities of Summer (as we recognise it in the west anyway) are hot, intense, sharp, humid, transforming, bright, dynamic, and fiery. These qualities are also some characteristics of the ayurvedic Pitta dosha.  Pitta energy is hot, intense, sharp and fiery, and emotionally, a person holding pitta qualities can also present […]

Retreat Announcement: Women’s Spring Revival Retreat 2020

Women’s Spring Revival Retreat Bank Holiday Weekend May 8th-10th 2020 Lewes, UK A weekend of Yoga, meditation, relaxation, movement, wellness workshops, therapies, nutritional know-how, seasonal health tips, good company, time for you, a beautiful venue, delicious food and so much more. Hosted by Emma, Bridget and Georgie Newlyn, this unique retreat is an opportunity to […]

Monthly Mantra | June: “I shine my light of attention towards what matters. I make peace with what I cannot change”

Each month I write a post on creating intentions for YogaMatters. As some extra inspiration, check here each month for a mantra and intention. June is all about choosing what we focus on and deciding what does and doesn’t deserve our attention. Your attention is your energy, use it wisely! ♥ “I shine my light of […]

Recent Blog Post for Jungle Healing || An Introduction To Ayurveda For Daily Living

This recent blog post was written for Jungle Healing, the beautiful and feel-good studio where my Yoga, Ayurveda & Holistic Health course will be taking place from November 2019. For more inspiration, classes and therapies, head to the Jungle Healing site.        Ayurveda is a holistic health system from the East, dating back […]

Spring Digestive Tea

It’s common to feel a little sluggish and heavy at the beginning of Spring (after all, we’ve just made it through a long and dark Winter, with heavier meals and perhaps more time indoors), and this is often reflected in the workings of the digestive system. To give the body and mind a helping hand, […]

Blog Roundup: January, February + March

Catch up on the blog posts I’ve written for YogaMatters over the past couple of months, and send on to someone who might benefit from reading!   Ekagrata & Essentialism: 5 Steps To Focussing The Mind  ∇ Using Kapha Season To Build Strength In Mind, Body & Immunity  ∇ A Day In The Life Of […]

Bloat-No-More Sauteed Fennel & Spinach

If you often experience bloating, it can be frustrating to locate the cause of the issue when it crops up (or rather, blows up at the most inconvenient times….). Raw foods, certain nutrients or intolerances, eating quickly, and particularly stress and improper breathing can all cause bloating and discomfort. Thankfully, there are a few natural […]

Warming Walnut & Ginger Spelt Biscuits

February is very much Vata / Kapha season in terms of Ayurveda, which basically means many of us are likely to waver between feeling cold and fragile, with dry skin and unpredictable energy levels, or heavy and lethargic, with digestive issues and low mood levels. (To find out what Ayurveda is, read this post, or […]

Ayurvedic Advice: Using Kapha Season To Build Strength and Immunity

A recent blog post I wrote for YogaMatters. Read on if you’re feeling the effects of Winter! After what seems like a very long January which may have been full of cleanses, detox juices, harsh gym schedules and a tone of self-imposed pressure, we can be left feeling drained before month #1 is even finished. […]

Sound Healing & Nutrition For The Soul

A little inspiration on how we can use sound to enhance wellbeing….    Living at a time in which sound is everywhere and silence is scarce, our bodies and minds are reacting to an overload of frequencies every day. From the subtle hum of the refrigerator, to car engines, chirping birds, aeroplanes, our favourite songs […]