When I completed my Yoga teacher training, I felt like I'd finally found and followed my path. I looked at life through a hopeful and courageous eye, so everything I saw was full of hope and opportunity. Everything felt light and correct as long as I was on my new path. I surrounded myself … Continue reading How do you See The World?
I was lucky enough to hold a Yoga course throughout August at The Edinburgh Yoga Room (the beautiful space pictured above). I taught three times a week, to different people throughout the Edinburgh festival. The Festival is a huge arts festival which brings tonnes of people in to Edinburgh (twice as many as are usually … Continue reading The First of Many
I feel I need to write something but I also have a 'creative block' at the moment. I find myself writing and then realising I’m not saying what I'm feeling. I don't think this is helped by the fact that I’m pretty tired, so when I find a moment, writing a thought provoking real article … Continue reading Say it Like You Feel It
Developing your own self-practice can be quite a challenging thing to do but I really can't recommend it more. I'm sure as a Yoga instructor I should be telling you to always go to Yoga classes to get your hit, but alas, I cannot lie as it would go against the 8 limbs of Yoga … Continue reading Selflessly Practice