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I had a great group come along for class yesterday afternoon. We did a practice designed for the legs and the âpana. We all had a good go at some standing balances, with a transition between two postures. And mostly everyone fell out of the poses at least once. Teaching a class is a dynamic, […]
I read this article today in The Independent: Americans who practice yoga ‘contribute to white supremacy’, claims Michigan State University professor The professor says that the way that yoga is practised in America today amounts to culture appropriation and an offshoot of colonial culture. Ouch. I don’t live in North America, but I have read a lot […]
Up in the early morning on Saturday, I chanced to spy the alignment of the heavenly bodies. Sun, moon and star traced a straight line in the dawn sky, casting their reflections on the calm surface of the sea. As the heavens sang their coloured glory and the birds their joyful chorus, I was given […]
The first time I ever practised yoga was in January, 1999. That is 19 years ago. How time flies. I knew from the very first class that I wanted to teach yoga, that it was my path. So, why did it take me so long to start teaching? One word: Authenticity. I had for the […]
Here is a cute little article from today’s Guardian: Yoga for Lazy People. Have fun and…get on your mat!
Every day I wake up thinking about yoga. It has been like this for as long as I can remember. It is my deepest passion, my guiding light, the shining star in my sky. Yoga teachers are bound to one fundamental rule: you can only teach what you know. And knowing yoga is about doing […]
Between the sunflower seeds and the sprouts, this salad is protein, vitamin and mineral feast! Ingredients: Escarole, rocket/rucula, misuni, beet greens, lamb’s lettuce, grated carrot, black olives, tamari toasted sunflower seeds*, sprouts: alfalfa, radish, cress, green mung bean, brown lentil, raisins, balsamic vinegar, olive oil. *Method for Tamari Toasted Sunflower Seeds: Heat a heavy […]