yoga teacher trainings that i’ve done

Posted on January 30th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, teacher training

why restrict ourselves by limiting our approach to yoga with one singular ‘style’? yoga is a tradition that is multi-faceted and ever-evolving and we should allow ourselves the freedom to explore and evolve alongside it. The seeds of  our own potential await patiently for us to be uncovered. When we are open, receptive, responsive and adaptive, we invite that potential to manifest itself with abundance. Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Dynamic, Jivamukti, PRANA FLOW, Tripsichore, SIVANANDA, Restorative, Yoga Nidra & Meditation, Restorative, Yin… continue reading »

5 unexpected lessons learned from yoga practice

Posted on January 28th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, teacher training, yoga philosophy

Here are 5 unexpected things that I have learned about practicing yoga 1. OH SO SENSITIVE Going deeper into my own yoga and meditation practice made me more mindful and more aware of the subtleties of experience. This did lead me to be more appreciative of my life and empathetic towards others. However what I didn’t expect was that increased sensitivity is a double edged sword. There were times when the lightness of being became simply unbearable. There were times when my sensitivity to people,… continue reading »

teaching yoga: 10 things i’ve learned in 10 years

Posted on January 28th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, teacher training, yoga philosophy

It’s my longest relationship to date. I have been teaching yoga for 10 years this year. Like any relationship, it has had it’s ups and downs, highs and lows, moments of contentment, pure illumination and sheer joy but also there have been times when being a yoga teacher has felt frustrating, exhausting and downright pointless. I have changed and grown over these last 10 years and so too has the yoga community. Here are 10 things that I have learned… continue reading »

the circle of knowing-not knowing

Posted on January 26th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, yoga philosophy

to know you must experience to experience you must receive  to receive you must listen to listen you must be silent to be silent you must be still to be still you must move to move you must practice  to practice you must dedicate to intention  to have intention you must trust  to trust you must know without knowing

BirthWell antenatal classes

Posted on January 13th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, latest news, pregnancy, womens wellbeing

BirthWell antenatal course at london fields yoga studio pregnancy is such an awe-inspiring time of life. It’s a special period where a woman is tapped straight into the creative current of life itself.  a pregnant women prepares for and experiences not just the arrival of the new soul that she carries below her heart for 9 months, but she also prepares for and experiences the birth of a new version of herself, as a strong, brave, adaptive and intuitive woman and mother…. continue reading »

UK yoga retreats 2018

Posted on January 12th, 2017 by in all-things-yoga blog, latest news, yoga retreats

take 2 or 3 days to properly unwind, re-set and retreat yourself adventureyogi.com are the market leaders in UK yoga retreats and have been running for 10 years now, I have been involved teaching yoga with them for a large part of their time and I’d say that they are amazing at creating the most inspiring and transformative yoga retreats. Guests love the retreats because of  the combination of: access to the most exclusive and unique venues talented knowledgeable chefs… continue reading »