Archive for 2017

A book That Inspired You – David Curtis

Lisa: Hi David, is there a certain book that comes to mind that has inspired or motivated you to become a better teacher? David: The book I have been most inspired by is Chaya Yoga: The Principles of Hatha Yoga by Shandor Remete. This book is an in-depth exploration of the energetic principles behind an effective […]

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3 Top Tips For Preparing Your Feet & Lower Limbs

Everything you hear about yoga starting from the ground up is truer than you think. The tissues in your feet are connected by a full body web of fascia and have a profound effect on your bones, muscles, ligaments, joints, nervous system and internal organs. Your feet are not only the foundation to all yoga […]

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Gary Carter : Creating Healthy Conditions For Movement & Practice

As movement practitioners and teachers when we can often ask our students to perform gross bodily movements in order to achieve a posture or finish an exercise. What many people don’t realise is that a different approach may be far more useful for our bodies.  Studies have shown that the best results can often be achieved by a total rethink of how […]

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A book That Inspired You – Sophia Pallaro

Lisa: Hi Sophia, is there a certain book that comes to mind that has inspired or motivated you to become a better teacher? Relax and Renew: Restful Yoga for Stressful Times by Judith Hanson Lasater. This book was the first resource fully dedicated to restorative yoga. Published in 1995, it remains a cornerstone for developing a […]

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3 Tips For Teaching Barre

1.Stepping up to the barre The Barre is supposed to represent a gentleman’s arm for gentle support. All too often people are grabbing the barre for dear life in an attempt to stay strong. The height of the Barre may be contributing factor here. It should reach the elbow.  Higher and there is a tendency […]

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Breastfeeding & Thrush

Breastfeeding has been going really well, but all of a sudden your nipples are in agony. It seems as though it’s come out of nowhere and to the best of your knowledge you haven’t been doing anything differently to cause it. It could be thrush! Thrush is a fungal infection caused by candida or yeast, […]

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Family Food: Slow Cooker Chicken & Barley Stew

Well, winter is creeping in, which means its time to dust off the slow cooker! If you haven’t got one they are sooo handy for busy parents on the go – throw everything in in the morning and have a delicious dinner waiting for you in the evening. You can adapt pretty much any soup […]

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Hay Fever Blues

Every summer do you stare outside at the fabulous weather and the people frolicking around in the sunshine, while you grab another box of tissues? Hay fever is miserable. Who wants to be sunbathing with cold symptoms? Colds are for winter so you can bundle up and feel terrible by the fireside sipping hot whiskey. You […]

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Subtle Body Yoga with Veronica Larsson

Finding Ground 11-1pm Without a healthy solid base, nothing vital and sustainable can grow. Stop wasting precious time and come home to your true source of power!! We work with Root and Sacral chakra energy and their related real-life aspects in asana, physicality, psychology, breath, vitality, and relaxation. This work allows the nervous and endocrine […]

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Restorative Yoga with Sophia Pallaro

Restorative Yoga – Restore, Relax, Rejuvenate Restorative Yoga is a slow mindful mellow yoga that will help to support you during times of stress, fatigue or if you’re just plain overworked! Working with supported and quieting forward bends and gentle twists, this is the perfect antidote to a busy, stressful lifestyle. Cultivate deep relaxation with […]

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