Don’t worry, we all ebb and flow with our commitment to practice. The main thing is to get back to it as soon as you are able. Yoga is most advantageous when you do it little and often – 15 -20 minutes daily is ideal. In class everyone suspends their practice from time to timeContinue reading “Lost Your Yoga Mojo?”
The chances are, if you have been along to a yoga class, you felt better when you came out than when you went in. You probably felt that your tension released and maybe even looked a little younger! Almost certainly you will have had a really good night’s sleep. But that’s not all – yogaContinue reading “10 Good Reasons for a Regular Yoga Practice”
Sandy Ellis (Weds 10 – 11.30) (definitely!) was our Feedback Draw winner this term. Many, many thanks to everyone who participated – your feedback is very important to ensure you get the type of yoga classes that you want.
Background ‘noise’ in the form of anxiety is often a constant companion… We may have become so used to worrying that we don’t even notice it. Try this visualisation to help you identify the hum and temporarily rid your mind of the noise… 1 Sit comfortably and close your eyes. Imagine that you are walkingContinue reading “Silencing the Buzz”
The Lorax – by Dr Seuss. It’s so great at this time of year to flick through the story and pictures of The Lorax. I know I’m supposed to be a grown up, but this delightful tale reminds me not to get caught up in the ‘thneed’ society in which we live…. If you getContinue reading “Recommended Christmas Read”
When we greet with Namaste! We are greeting the light within the person or people we see. It is not their physical shape, attitude or energy of the body but the light within. You can think of this as a persons soul or spirit. Yogis consider a person or being to be made of severalContinue reading “Let Your Light Shine”
In class this term we are shining a light on the often overlooked workhorse of the body – the digestive system. This mudra (hand gesture or seal) is the ‘gesture of unshakable trust’ – we hold it in front of the heart and repeat a mantra. The one I have selected to end our practice is:Continue reading “VAJRAPRADAMA MUDRA”