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Mindful Living Pt.2

admin January 15, 2019 0 comments 0

One of 2018 buzz words must have been mindfulness. I’m sure you have all come across it more than once over recent years and yet it’s still quite a misunderstood by many. While mindfulness seems a very modern phenomena, its roots are as old as the earliest great civilisations of humankind. The foundational idea that by focusing our attention on…

What is mindful movement?

admin January 3, 2019 0 comments 0

Mindful movement is a term that’s used along side many activities now, largely due to the health benefits that are often associated with the practice. Yoga classes are often labeled as mindful movement or mindful exercise but not that’s not entirely true. Yes, yoga can be a prime example of mindful movement at its most effective but not all yoga…

Monthly Theme – Intention Setting (new year, new you)

admin December 31, 2018 0 comments 0

Happy New Year’s Eve! As some of us may be waking up tomorrow with a sore head and a slightly blurry memory, I thought I would catch-up with you all now.  As 2019 approaches we are presented with an opportunity for reflection. We can all cast our minds back to the highs & not so highs of 2018 with a…

Take Care Of Your Most Precious Gift

admin September 21, 2017 0 comments 2

It’s so strange how we lose perception of whats truly important amongst the constant influx of information we have to sift through. If you’re anything like me you wince overtime your teenage daughter drops her iPhone and follow it up with “you need to take more care of these things they cost a fortune”. We accept the payments for phone…

7 Sanskrit Words That Will Change Your Practice

admin August 15, 2017 0 comments 1

No, your teacher isn’t speaking gibberish. They’re probably speaking Sanskrit– an ancient language from southern India. There can be varying interpretations for the phases but often the intention of the word is the same. Like other ancient languages, sanskrit is a vibratory, rhythmic language that can be challenging to pronounce because our own language no longer has emphasis on sound…