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Why Spring is Special

In the past, the fertile Earth goddess Eostre was honoured in the Spring, which was celebrated as a time of new life and gestation. The emerging active energy of the …

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Imbolc

The sun is shining today and I’m starting to feel the Spring energy re-emerging. It was Imbolc at the start of February and it is soon to be Spring Equinox, …

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Are You Setting Yourself up to Fail by Setting Your Goals in January?

Spring is a time for seeding change, so there is still time to set your goals. In fact, it’s better to set your goals now, just as our ancestors did. …

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Focus on the Seasons – Moving from Winter to Spring

As the yoga I teach is very closely linked to what is going on with the seasons and the cycles of the Earth, I want to talk to you about …

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12 Days of Calm – Simple Yoga and Movement practices to help you reconnect to you.

On the 5th of December I started a #12DaysOfCalm offering on social media. In the busy build up to Christmas I wanted to offer out a little something special to ...
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Lights, Camera, Action…The Truth About The Menopause

allwoman made its TV debut on the ITV Tonight programme at 7.30pm on Thursday 25 November when Julia Etchingham investigated the truth about the menopause. Missed it? Watch now on …

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Winter Solstice Pause and Reflect- Moving into Stillness

As we head towards the Winter Solstice we do start to remember that we will soon be returning to the light, however December is still a month of cold and …

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Balancing effort with ease in your yoga practice

We’re constantly subjected to artificial lights, digital overload and timetables that don’t take account of seasonal changes or monthly cycles, but impact upon our natural biorhythms resulting in massive sleep …

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When is Yoga not Yoga?

I was asked by The Telegraph recently what I think about the 'new fangled' forms of Yoga:
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Autumn: The gateway to new beginnings

Autumn the gateway to new beginnings As the leaves develop golden and brown hues, the nights draw in and the air begins to bite, we all know instinctively it is …

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