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First Class Nerves For Yoga Teachers

If you’ve ever had to read aloud in class, give an Oral presentation at college, presented an idea or given results to the head honchos at work, you may well have experienced the dry mouth, trembling hands and wobbly voice that I get every time.  I’m in the position of speaking in public, whether it […]

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The Transition Of A Legend – B.K.S Iyengar

The transition of a legend. I bow my head to my heart and give thanks to the incredible Sri Guruji B.K.S Iyengar who left his physical body in Pune on August 20, 2014. The ripples of this great yogis impact, on my personal practise and the transformation of how the western world views Yoga will […]

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Sun, Sea and Yoga – The Best Detox Ever?

I know you can do yoga and meditate anywhere, however next to the Pacific Ocean I felt great energy which complimented my practice. I believe the waves bring powerful energy to us from the moon and from deep out to sea.  The waves cleanse my mind, body and soul. Yesterday evening I took my travel […]

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I am so inflexible for yoga! I can’t touch my toes!

  It is common for people to be unable to touch their toes when bending forward with their legs straight. I am consulted about this as a yoga teacher on a regular basis. For some, this can be a major obstacle for enjoyment of yoga class in the early stages. This feeling is very understandable. […]

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6 Ways To Excite Your Yogic Taste Buds Without Junk Food

Ayurveda is the sister science of Yoga and learning Ayurveda can be the missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle in terms of promoting good health. Ayurveda means knowledge of life and the ancient texts of Ayurveda can give incredible insight into our relationship with the World around us. Ayurveda is a qualitative practice rather than […]

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6 Great Ways To Experiment With Your Yoga

Recently I have been experimenting and approaching my asana practice in different ways. I have been slowing down my practice and focusing on looking at each asana in more detail; experimenting with manual adjustments; and working with different kramas to move deeper in challenging asana. I have enjoyed taking my time to feel into each […]

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