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Programme for Connection day

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The programme for the online international day of yoga is now released! There's 10 live sessions, 3 pre-recorded sessions, 12 different teachers and a variety of different classes to attend. Please have a look and pick and choose what you would like to attend (donations suggested). I'll be starting the day with some sun salutations, … Continue reading Programme for Connection day

Advance notice – online International Yoga Day event coming

In a few weeks on Sunday 21st June it's International Yoga Day, and a group of local teachers where I live is putting together a programme for an online event for the day. There's going to be a variety of sessions with asana classes, pranayama, chanting, meditation and ayurvedic info! You will be able to … Continue reading Advance notice – online International Yoga Day event coming

Learn how to breathe more slowly with my new audio tracks

I've had a bit more time recently to create some new resources that can help improve your health and wellbeing. I've created a new page on pranayama, what it is (breathing!) and why learning long, slow and deep breathing practices can be beneficial. I've also recorded and uploaded some free audio tracks talking you through … Continue reading Learn how to breathe more slowly with my new audio tracks

Feel the fear and find a better way to be

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I don't know about anyone else but sometimes you just get to the point when it all gets a bit too much. I was at that point at 4am this morning! My mind was whirring around, I was mentally drafting blog posts, wondering what do to about planned classes and events, worrying about friends and … Continue reading Feel the fear and find a better way to be

Why it’s good to step out of our comfort zone

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In my previous post about resilience I explained why it's important that we keep doing the things that we enjoy and make us feel good, whether that's five minutes of meditation or a 50 minute walk every day. Doing things we're familiar and comfortable with is helpful as it keeps us calm, emotionally balanced and … Continue reading Why it’s good to step out of our comfort zone

Why recharging ourselves and being resilient are important for our health

Alyson jumping in frosty field

I've been thinking quite a bit about what recharges us, what keeps us well, recently. From personal experience and reading around the topic of stress, it's clear that we all need to have or do 'things that make us feel good', and which are different from what we do most of the rest of the … Continue reading Why recharging ourselves and being resilient are important for our health