Ok, so there *may* be spoilers, but since the first day I listened to the soundtrack of this film, I have felt compelled to share lots of ways I found that can help people live their best life. Read on for an epic blog post that took quite a while to write and if you get to the end of it, there might be a medal for you. (Not really, there’s no medal).Read More
Do you like to sing for your supper? Have a passion for poetry? Like to channel your energy towards a particular local charity? Do you love the idea of connecting with your community? Or maybe you’re looking for another way to practise yoga.
Here’s a great way you can HuMM for Hucknall, the final resting place of the poet celebrated poet Lord Byron and do all of these things.Read More
What makes your heart sing and what makes it sing louder?
Look at this beautiful domed roof of the Nottingham Council House; everything in perfect alignment for a sense of wonder and perfection. All of the elements are in exactly the right place for everything to be just so.
Here I can share something that makes such a difference in my life, with my mood and my own mental health. It’s not an indulgence, self care in this way is absolutely key to your happiness.Read More
“We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
Wise words, George Bernard Shaw, wise words.
I can sometimes find myself being waaaaaay too serious but I have really found a way to add some fun and some colour into my yoga practice. And yes, Lego does feature sometimes. Other building blocks are available…Read More
I’m often asked if there are any books that I would recommend to help deepen a students experience of yoga. Yes sir-eee, there are!! I love books and have a creaking shelf of paperbacks queuing for their turn to accompany my cup of tea.
Here are my current Top Five favouritesRead More
Well, where do I start on living my tapas? Perhaps by saying that I was more than happy to wave goodbye to 2017 for it gave me a couple of the toughest life lessons so far BUT was also a catalyst for massive change and growth for me, for which I have huuuuge gratitude.
Tapas is the third of the niyamas which tells us that every situation, no matter how uncomfortable allows us to change and grow, making us a better person.
So, with my hand on my heart, I said goodbye to it. Thanks for the lessons.Read More