Yoga and lockdown. How our practice has changed

Yoga and lockdown. How our practice has changed

With the lockdown taking over the world, many turned to the practice of yoga to overcome the anxiety that the pandemic brought or simply to boost their wellbeing while fighting boredom. While we are kept out of studios and most teachers running classes via Zoom or...
Yoga for the Trapezius… the neck and shoulders

Yoga for the Trapezius… the neck and shoulders

Golly, I’ve had a problem with my upper left trap for as long as I can remember. I look in the mirror and see one shoulder slightly higher than the other (groan). Aesthetically it bothered me, from approx 14yrs old, but not so much now. Physically, it is something...
Top tips for a safe and fun solo yoga practice

Top tips for a safe and fun solo yoga practice

One of the most beautiful and liberating aspects of yoga is that you don’t need any fancy equipment or a designated building or field to practice. Yoga is accessible to everyone, everywhere. The practice meets you where you are – as long as you are willing to approach...
How to find your inner calm in times of turmoil

How to find your inner calm in times of turmoil

“Love and peace of mind do protect us. They allow us to overcome the problems that life hands us. They teach us to survive… to live now… to have the courage to confront each day.” — Bernie Siegel We are living in some weird times… Who would have thought only a few...
How to nail Sirsasana (Headstand) with these preparation poses

How to nail Sirsasana (Headstand) with these preparation poses

Sirsasana or King Pose is such a fun pose to learn, but can also be a slow and rigorous process to get to. It takes dedication and time to safely prep for this asana. Once you feel your feet up in the air and you nail that first real headstand after many trials – it...
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