Celebrating 10 Years of Teaching Yoga!

It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since I began teaching yoga. I’ve been reflecting on my different classes and students over the years by reading through some of my testimonials – it’s literally brought a tear to my eye! I’ve selected one message from each year for this post. To all of myContinue reading “Celebrating 10 Years of Teaching Yoga!”

Yoga Pamper Day – Delight Your Senses

Yoga Retreat – 29th January 2022 Exton Village Hall 10.30 – 3.30 “Yoga Pamper Day – Celebrating the Senses” Greet 2022 with open arms and delight in your own senses! Enjoy a fun day where we will indulge our senses with practices to celebrate and bring happiness. Wonderful challenges with and without our eyes, aromatherapyContinue reading “Yoga Pamper Day – Delight Your Senses”

Yoga – Anti-Rheumatic Sequence

Here’s a short, standing practice to loosen up the joints in your arms and legs. By moving all the joints in sequence you systematically ‘oil’ all of the joints in turn. Try it everyday for a couple of weeks and I’m sure you’ll notice a difference, especially if you suffer with arthritis or rheumatism. IfContinue reading “Yoga – Anti-Rheumatic Sequence”

Autumn Leaves Relaxation Audio

This is a lovely, gentle relaxation that helps us to accept change and develop a positive attitude to letting things go. These may be possessions, relationships or behavioral patterns – anything really that makes us unhappy or stressed. Sometimes if we stop ‘holding’ onto things so much they actually respond and change to develop intoContinue reading “Autumn Leaves Relaxation Audio”

Yogic Gift Ideas for Christmas

It’s great to treat friends and relatives with gifts at Christmas. If you’re looking for a treat for someone who loves yoga as much as you do how about these – my top 5 suggestions – Yoga Toe Socks These socks have little toe sections and sticky dots on the base. They are very goodContinue reading “Yogic Gift Ideas for Christmas”

Tone Your Upper Arms

Here’s a few exercises to help you tone the upper arms. I’m afraid if we don’t do some exercises to help the upper arms they will end up rather flabby and drop down in the classic ‘Bingo-Wings’ style. Don’t let this happen, and if they are a litlle bit droopy, turn things around with thisContinue reading “Tone Your Upper Arms”