First things first, I am no expert on Ayurveda but I am becoming more and more fascinated with it. After studying it in India as part of my yoga teacher training, I realised the power it could have and I wanted to share that with you.
Music is a massive part of my life. A lot of my friends are in bands, my boyfriend is a musician and one of my favourite things to do is to go watch live music.
As a dancer, music is a massive influence in my creative work and if you know me personally you will know I constantly have music playing… whether that’s while doing a training session, teaching yoga or just getting ready in the morning.
Probably because of those reasons my friends are always asking me for my recommendations on new music.
Hence I thought I would put together some songs that I am really into at the moment.
Not really any correlation to spring, just that it is here and that makes me very happy.
It is easter this sunday and I thought I would treat everyone with a £5 yoga class!!!
But not only that… everyone will also receive my homemade salted hazelnut praline truffles (all natural of course!) believe me they are so tasty you wouldn’t even know they were good for you.
The class is at creation box 10:00 – 11:15am on Sunday the 27th of March. It will be the perfect start to your easter sunday and will also mean that you won’t feel as guilty indulging in all those chocolate easter eggs later in the day… (enter see no evil monkey emoji).
Join me for a grounding, dynamic, flowing vinyasa class. Set to some soothing, vibey beats.
Come, bring a friend, and enjoy a vitalising start to your bank holiday for only a fiver.
A miscellaneous group of pictures I have put together from India.
London is just not quite living up to the Goan jungle beauty and I keep rediscovering photos I took during my time there.
Yoga can have huge benefits for the body and the mind. It is so accessible and I truly believe everyone should do some form of yoga.
I wanted to share five of my favourite yoga asanas (postures) to practice.
These are my go to postures if I have a limited amount of time but still want to feel connected and strong in my physical body.
These are in essence, easy postures, however they can take years to master, and I will definitely be practising these for decades to come. Nonetheless, if you did practice these asanas everyday you would notice a difference fairly quickly in your flexibility and your strength.
Yoga is a personal practice, so the length you should hold these postures for can vary. Your timing will depend on how you feel in that moment,and what you feel your body needs on that day. For example you might feel tired and need awakening, or you might need to relax the mind and body before bed. As a general rule five deep breaths (in and out) in each posture should help you to connect and find your inner strength.
One: Uttanasna – Forward fold.
In India I fell in love with ZEST.
Here are a few snapshots from my recent trip to India.
I am new to photography but have always enjoyed trying to capture the true nature of the place I am visiting.
I hope to give a real insight into a few different aspects of local Goan life.
Super excited to announce I will have my very own yoga class starting from the 20th of March 2016!!!!!
During my yoga teacher training in India I met an inspirational woman called Hanne Robinson.
Sunday brunch is one of life’s perfect creations. Great conversation, yummy food and a few mimosas with your favourite people, whats not to love.