It was my birthday last month which is always a trigger for self reflection isn’t it? I’m the oldest I’ve ever been and am continuing to lay the foundations for long term physical and emotional well being.
…Which is easier said than done; I work full time, I’m studying...
When I took a flight over to Berlin recently, I actually listened to the safety instructions. I normally have my nose in a book, but this time I paid attention and thought about why we should put our own oxygen masks on before helping others.
International Women’s Day is about celebrating female achievements and 2018 was a good year; women can now legally drive in Saudia Arabia and were greeted on the roads by police handing out flowers; Ireland voted down the ban on abortion and there was a record breaking...
Rewilding is something I’ve been teaching for a while, giving you the chance to feel what rewilding is like for yourselves, before I put a name to what you're feeling. Experiencing Asana rather than being instructed into them.
Nights are dark and cold, and hopefully I'm not on my own in wanting to stay in, get cosy and read books. The Danish word Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) has now become mainstream and it translates to a cosy feeling of warmth, wellbeing and connection.
It’s summer holiday season, a time to relax, travel and break the usual routine! I love the adventure of visiting new places, picking up the language, culture and making new friends. But how to maintain your practice and feel fit and well while you're away?
One of the best things about being a beginner in yoga is that it’s really hard to anticipate anything. You’re likely to be unfamiliar with most postures, you might have heard of down dog but otherwise it’s all going to be a voyage of discovery!