Archive for the 'Yoga & Meditation' Category

Awakening to your Ten Bodies

Kundalini yoga, also known as the Yoga of Awareness, consists of simple but effective yogic techniques which strengthen the nervous system and balance the glandular system resulting in increased vitality and a deeper sense of awareness and connectedness in the individual. It is a complete science which uses the breath, yoga postures, sound, mantra and active […]

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8 Good Reasons Why Yogi’s Should Do Pilates

So you have been practising yoga for more than a year. Your flexibility and strength has improved, and you have learned how to be still and calm. Your hard work has paid off and you feel great! Yoga has worked nearly every system in your body and you’ve developed increased flexibility in postures. There is however, sometimes a danger […]

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10 Good reasons why Yogi’s should do Pilates

I was young, agile and very bendy. Doing a yoga practice in my early days back in the 80’s I enjoyed doing really advanced poses. My party trick was the jumping splits! I wish I had met myself as I am now back then. What I would have said is, “take it easy, if you […]

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Tips for yoga arm balances & inversions

If the mention of arm balances and inversions makes your heart beat faster and your palms sweat, and not in a good way, then here is a good tip to get you started. Otherwise, come and join us at our masterclass for arm balances and inversions, for a playful exploration of these somewhat challenging poses […]

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Yogalates where East meets West

What is Yogalates Yogalates is a comprehensive exercise system which successfully fuses the practices of Yoga and Pilates, described as a meeting place of east and west because it effectively merges the ancient practice of Yoga from the east with the core stabilizing, posture enhancing dynamics of Pilates from the west. Combining the best of […]

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Breathing into our practice

LEARNING TO MOVE WITH THE BREATH AND LETTING THE BREATH MOVE YOU… As obvious as it sounds, it’s worth remembering that breathing is the first thing we do when out of the womb.  It is natural and effortless.  We don’t need to make it to happen, it just does.  However, over time our breathing can […]

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