The Art of the Yoga Practice…

Art is defined as “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.”

Yoga is an Art Form

So as such Yoga is in its self an art form, an expression where through our flows and postures or asanas, we produce shapes to be appreciated for their beauty, as well as to cultivate emotional power. For me as a student and teacher my practice varies hugely dependant on my emotional state and what my body needs. (more…)

Top 5 Yoga Poses to Give You a Spring Zing!

Spring is here, the suns shining, there’s bees back buzzing in the air and blossom in the trees! During this time of transition between the seasons it can be easy to feel a bit out of shape and heavy as our energy levels adjust from winter slump. But today the clocks have changed so it’s time to get moving and get prepping for summer with a boost! Here are my top 5 energy boosting yoga poses to slip into your morning routine to leave you feeling great and ready to move! (more…)

Top Yoga Teacher Remedies to Fight Winter Cold’s

February is nearly over, there’s a peak of Spring sunshine through the clouds and with the shift in season and change in weather… also comes the cold and flu season! People sniffing and coughing on the tubes and trains as cold and flu are spreading and catching everyone including myself!! So here’s my top 5 remedies I use to help beat the sickness and stay healthy this Spring – all 100% Yogi tested!

  1. Echinacea – Treatment & prevention for sinus / respiratory issues, common colds and flu. You can get it in various forms from your health food shops such as tea and tablets, my favourite way to take it is in essence form which you dilute (more…)