Santosha – When enough is enough.

Originally posted 18th December2016 I’m sure I’m not the only one, who at this time of year feels overwhelmed with the overabundance the season brings. I look at my children’s toy room and see so many gifts from previous years, knowing full well that in a few weeks there will be more. It’s hard toContinue reading “Santosha – When enough is enough.”

Tips for Creating a Regular Practice.

We all love that feeling after a yoga class. That blissful floating feeling that has your soul singing, but getting to a regular class or having a regular practice can be difficult. Even in my teacher training, a lot of us recognised that our practices at times waned. Here are my tips for creating aContinue reading “Tips for Creating a Regular Practice.”

Meditation and Calming Techniques for Kids.

Originally Posted on 18 December 2017. I recently visited my son’s class to share with them some of my techniques for calming and meditation.     Sitting still and meditating can be hard for adults so it’s understandable that it can seem nearly impossible for kids. They are such sensory beings, while it is aContinue reading “Meditation and Calming Techniques for Kids.”