Pure energy on the yoga mat is not limited to physical cleanliness. Ancient philosophy can provide tips and ideas on nutrition, clean eating and lifestyle can have a large impact on your yoga practice on and off the mat and can help your mental clarity.Read More
Yoga teachers may use mystical-sounding words and terms you don’t understand. Often these words don’t have a direct translation, that’s why yoga teachers use the Sanskrit terms. Allow me to share the words and terms I use most frequently in my yoga classes in Hucknall, Nottingham. Having an understanding of them can help you deepen your practice and understanding, bringing contentment and peace as you move your body.Read 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
Female and Male. Yin and Yang. Light and Dark. Good and Bad.
None of these things can exist without the other. Do we need the bad stuff in order to be good?Read More
Kindness is king. The ancient sages told us so, but we kind of know that, right?Read More
So apparently, "Dobble" has me pondering life and making connections with the Bhagavad Gita....Read More