Self-Care, Yoga Teacher

Slow Down…

I get ideas and I jump! And I do this in all facets of my life. It is perhaps why I am still awake after midnight writing. It is also perhaps why I tend to have a whole lot on the go at one time – and I’ve also always been like that too. Yoga… Continue reading Slow Down…

Self-Care, Yoga Teacher

The Lessons Behind Our Injuries

I’m not the daintiest of girls, but over my years in fitness I’ve had my fair share of sprained ankles, wrists, elbows, knees, pulled neck ligaments, various overworked muscles, cuts and bruises. Every time I am injured, it is infuriating – I can’t exercise! Or at least not in the way I want. Having to… Continue reading The Lessons Behind Our Injuries

Life & Love, Yoga Teaching

Teaching from the Heart

One of my favourite pieces that I've written was a blog I wrote about 6 years ago entitled: Teaching from the Heart. This has really been the backbone for my teaching since I began as I feel that nothing offers a deeper sense of connection with your students than being authentic. This was re-enforced for… Continue reading Teaching from the Heart

Self-Care, Yoga Practice, Yoga Teacher

The Heart Chakra

In connecting to the mid-point of our subtle body we find our heart centre. Anahata, the Sanskrit word for our fourth chakra, means un-struck. My interpretation of this is to live from our hearts as though we have never been hurt before. The idea of a heart that has been struck representing grief, heartbreak, or… Continue reading The Heart Chakra