Savasana During Lockdown

Savasana During Lockdown

For some of us, Savasana is the best part of class. A welcome surrender, an invaluable opportunity to release and rest, a moment of complete suspension as we happily absorb all of the positive energy and movement from our practice... For others however, having ‘nothing to do, nowhere to be’ can become an experience of inner conflict and provokes a deep feeling of discomfort. Given the opportunity it would be part of the class which some might prefer to skip, especially during lockdown!

When I Found Yoga It Changed My World: Exploring Seasonal Yoga and Qigong

When I Found Yoga It Changed My World: Exploring Seasonal Yoga and Qigong

For me it's the permission to soften, to ease up, to accept what is, not to strive or get frustrated when the asana isn't quite what I expect. There is the opportunity to let go and experience a more mindful presence of my body and perhaps notice more balance, fluidity and cohesion in how I approach and practice yoga.

Finding Resilience Every Morning

Finding Resilience Every Morning

Every single day it takes work and commitment, especially when we’re 'not in the mood’ to work on ourselves. But the result is the better feelings, the kindness and compassion in our thoughts, words, actions, the conscious choices we make for ourselves and our environment. And with this, we can inspire and have a positive impact on at least one person, which is how we are contributing to the solution, helping to move the needle to some degree. and making a difference to the whole.

Meditation Minute

Meditation Minute

So right now our yoga and meditation practice is more important than ever. The skills that we develop on the mat, as we move, breathe and stay present, is our oasis during this ongoing public health emergency.