There are certain yoga poses a pre-natal body should take differently, with very good reason. Read here for the tips I offer to my pregnant students during my classes.Read More
In honour of International Women’s Day 2019, I believe it’s important to be able to celebrate our own successes instead of shying away from blowing our own trumpet. Putting my money where my mouth is, read on to allow me to share a kindness that moved me to tears recently.Read More
Here I offer you another guest blog post, kindly given from one of my lovely students - who is also a yoga teacher.
This is a fantastic insight if you have ever wondered what it was like for the yoga teacher when they are on the other side of the yoga mat!Read More
Women are subject to the normal and natural fluctuations of hormones which affect the physical body and emotional state in different ways at different stages. It is important to honour what your body needs in each moment. As a yoga teacher trained and qualified in the intricacies of the pre-natal body, I am often asked why women should attend a class specifically for pregnant women. The benefits are huuuuge!Read More
Yoga for children in schools can make a vast difference not just to education but to the overall wellbeing of children, families and teachers. Find out how many changes were observed in a classroom by a teacher of a Year 3 class of 7-8 year old children and particularly how a child with Autism was able to use skills he had learned to calm himself.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