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Posted on 22 May, 2019
So many yoga enthusiasts tell me about their challenges in doing a regular meditation or yoga practice. Despite our best intentions, many of us find that life can get in the way, or we get distracted, and our practice is the first thing to suffer. As an example, here’s a typical morning in my house... My alarm goes off. It’s nice and early and I have great intentions of having a refreshing spiritual morning of yoga, meditation and a healthy Ayurvedic breakfast before walking mindfully to work. Fast forward 90 minutes, and I’m rushing to leave the house, a bit flustered and barely having time for a quick shower and bite of breakfast. What got in the way? Well, a few WhatsApp messages, some essential Facebook posting and a bit of cleaning… and my meditation has faded into the dust of time... more
Posted on 1 September, 2016
  We'd like to share this free EBR 3 sequence which is a part of the new Design your Destiny class, filmed on location... more
Posted on 1 September, 2016
Yes, autumn is here again. We so often approach autumn with mixed feelings – it’s a bit like marmite – you either love it or... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
Natarajasana or the ‘lord of the dance’ is an ancient posture which is indicative of a place of perfect poise and balance.... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
Are you ready for this one… Sharva Udara-karshan-asana! A long sanskrit name for a fantastic posture! This posture takes... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
The Adho Mukha Svanasana, the downward facing dog, is a great posture for helping you to settle into the present moment.... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
Dru Yoga is often recognised as one of the most powerful forms of yoga to open up the heart centre in a gentle and flowing... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
The sitting forward bend, is great for releasing back tension as it stretches the hamstrings and lower back muscles. It also... more
Posted on 11 August, 2016
This posture brings flexion and extension to the entire length of the spine. Vyaghrasana is especially beneficial for those... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
The Bhima is a great side stretch, as well as an excellent toner for the quads, glutes and abdominals. This posture is an... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
There are many ways to work with this posture to gain long term health benefits. Here are some of them!  This posture is... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
Dhanurasana or the Bow gives a complete activation of the whole spine, helping maintain both its suppleness and strength and... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
This posture is invaluable for developing strength and flexibility in the trunk and thighs. It mobilises the pelvic girdle,... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
The child pose, helps to free tension in the area between the shoulder blades and along the whole length of the spine and is... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
  Bakasana helps to strengthen the spine, the pelvic girdle and the legs and it also helps with physical balance. It also... more
Posted on 10 August, 2016
                    The triangle posture is a great tonic for the digestion and with the twisting movement... more
Posted on 9 August, 2016
The Kosha model is an ancient model of health that has been the foundation stone for most of those which exist today.  ... more
Posted on 9 August, 2016
Oh! the joys of looking after the human body! When we are young, it all seems so easy. We hardly seem to have to do... more
Posted on 9 August, 2016
What is Prana? It is more than the air we breathe. Prana is the universal principle of energy or force. It is the sum total... more
Posted on 9 August, 2016
We so often feel that we are at the mercy of our emotions. This is not the case! Our circumstances may not always be under... more
Posted on 9 August, 2016
What a revelation that you can train the intellect and actively learn to choose the way you think from moment to moment.... more

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