Podcasting – there are so many out there! But isn’t that great? There is a podcast out there for everyone. When I made the jump to full time self-employment last year (Jan 2019) I thought a podcast would be great fun, but it wasn’t on my agenda for the first year. 2020 came around andContinue reading “My new podcast. Who’s on the Mat?”
The transition from part-time to full-time yoga teacher.
March this year had had two dates dedicated to women: International women’s day and Mother’s day. A great way to remember and honour inspirational women who have inspired you, whether that is someone widely recognised or whether this is someone close to home, an everyday hero. I find inspiration from various people on a dailyContinue reading “Inspiration”
How often do you treat yourself?
January… …the month that many of us like to reinvent ourselves as better, brighter, fitter, healthier and generally remove any ounce of fun to make up for all the over indulgence we may have enjoyed in December. Why do we do this to ourselves during the month when there is probably more of a naturalContinue reading “January Resolutions”
When I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training with Yoga London in July 2016 I knew I had only just scratched the surface of my yoga journey… So what has changed since last year? I’ve continued with the part time office job and along the way, opportunities to teach have kindly presented themselves. My teachingContinue reading “Yoga teacher – Two years on”
Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in South East Asia, specifically located on the island of Borneo. It was climbing this mountain that made me appreciate living in the very present, where the focus is just about the placing of one foot in front of the other and taking the next breath. It all soundsContinue reading “Meditation on Mount Kinabalu”
Breathing, we all do it. Simple as that, or is it? How often have you thought about your breath? Maybe you’ve got stressed about something and the next thing you notice is you can’t breathe. Or perhaps you have paid attention to your breath, and realised how calming it can be, which in turn slowsContinue reading “Breathe Through Your Pregnancy”
You don’t have to be a yogi to be able to take part in ante natal yoga, you just need to be pregnant!
When I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training with Yoga London in July 2016 I knew I had only just scratched the surface of my yoga journey.