I know, I know… the title is a bit preachy – I apologise! It is really thought-provoking and interesting to read other teachers’ blog posts or articles on how to be the best teacher or how not to teach yoga and so on… But it isn’t just yoga teachers that part with their gems of […]
The starting pose for Uttanasana is Samasthiti (Equal Standing) or Tadasana (Mountain) – meaning that the body is stable, balanced, firm footed (feet parallel, ankle bones inline with the base of the second toes, and knees facing forward) – grounding the lower body, and at the same time experiencing a lifting in the upper body. […]
Who Wants To Live Forever… I am not sure if this is a straight-up question, or a rhetorical one (hence why it is question mark-less). I guess it all depends on your perception of these five words in this order, with their designated meanings. Anyway… it is the name of a Queen song right? I […]
Sharing yoga with others brings much joy, as well as allowing myself the time to learn and to continue strengthening my own personal practice. After all, it doesn’t matter if you love your job/s, if you are a working mum, like I am, then your time is often prioritised in a way that puts ‘mum’ […]
Yoga Mudra is one of my favourite poses. It is so relaxing and liberating, it allows you to completely let go… try it! Starting: Dandasana (Staff), Easy Sitting or Bound Ankle, Alternative Nostril Breathing or other closing breath-work. Gaze: Eyes closed or open, with gaze towards nose tip, without straining the eyes. Breath: Maintain breath […]
Children are really into yoga – they are intrigued by it and you know what, from my experience (as always I can only go by my own experiences), yoga really works for them… it helps with excitement, anxiety, getting them to relax for bedtime and to concentrate for study… and the versatility of yoga is […]
The first time I met Stacha, I was blown away by her beaming smile, her sparkly eyes, and her magnetic energy. Stacha is a wise, experienced woman of the world, yet she carries so much youth within her – and this just adds to her inspirational teachings. Stacha is a wonderful yoga teacher, life teacher […]
The first recorded yoga text was written by Patanjali and if studied it becomes clear that the series of poses are executed for one main purpose, this being to eliminate restlessness of the body, in order for you to sit with stillness or lay back on your mat in Corpse Pose (Sanskrit: Savasana). The technique […]
Lyrics found on Metro Lyrics Search for the Hero inside Yourself by Heather Small Sometimes the river flows but nothing breathes A train arrives but never leaves, it’s a shame Oh, life like love that’s walked out of the door Of being rich or being poor, such a shame But it’s then, then that faith […]
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