Ayurveda teaches us to observe our ‘vikruti’ which is our current state. When (or before) we notice a pull in one direction, we implement tools to keep the balance. The seasons are an obvious example that affect us all. During the time of spring into summer, the heat is rising, there are more daylight hours and due to this, we often increase our social interactions.
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Following on from our big announcement last week, we are sharing some more information with you about the planned grand reopening on 15th August*, and I wanted to firstly say THANK YOU for all the kind words that have been shared about you missing the space and how much you're looking forward to us being back together there soon.
We are super happy to be finally making this long awaited announcement to you that we are planning to reopen the doors on Saturday 15th August! We're so looking forward to welcoming you back very soon to your much loved home for Yoga in Saltaire/ Shipley.
Over the years I have learned a few important lessons and I wanted to share the four reasons why I think yoga and fitness training are the perfect pair.
Whether you are an olympic lifter, cardio lover or a weekend walker, hopefully you will find something useful!
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!
The way we feel and how we move evolves with the seasons. The style and focus of classes change week by week, month by month helping to maintain focus, promoting and maintaining good health of mind and body.
Water Kefir is a fermented probiotic rich beverage in which a combination of live bacteria and yeasts exist in a symbiotic cluster. It is this culture that makes up the grains, containing 4 types of beneficial bacteria.
The gurvadi gunas are 10 sets of opposites understood in the ancient healing system of Ayurveda. These pairs are a way of seeing the world; everything we experience in life sits somewhere within these gurvadi gunas from the most gross to the most subtle.