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WHY I DON’T TEACH ABOUT CHAKRAS

Yoga classes in the UK and the US are mostly led by people (like me) who don’t have an understanding of the ancient Sanskrit language and have not spent an extended time in that culture. Aspects of yoga are ancient; many aspects are not that ancient. I see a lot of yoga out there that […]

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YOGA’S SO HEALING, RIGHT?

Well, not always. Over the twenty years I’ve been doing yoga I’ve had, or worsened, many injuries through yoga practice. While many times I left yoga classes feeling better than when I walked in… occasionally I left feeling worse. Wheel is an example of a pose that injured my back several times, leaving me with […]

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YOGA TEACHER TRAINING: THREE SIGNS IT’S FOR YOU

1. You love what yoga does for you:- the improvements in flexibility and strength, the moments of calm and emotional ease, and the growing self-acceptance and confidence within yourself. 2. You enjoy working with people:- you’re curious about humans, especially the mysterious interaction between mind, body and spirit, and you’re fascinated by the healing power […]

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DEBUNKING THE ONLINE YOGA IS NOT AS GOOD MYTH

Now if you’d asked me about online yoga a year ago, I would have shrugged my shoulders. Yoga? Via the internet? That sounds rubbish!!! But this year has proven otherwise. People are enjoying the yoga at home, in their lounges and bedrooms (and occasionally even their hallways). And I was really touched that 20 people […]

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NATURE IS ALWAYS CHANGING AND GROWING (even in Winter)

From tiny acorns mighty oaks will grow. And this week we have a very special pop up event on Friday… Monday evening – at Llaingoch Hall and LIVE-STREAM via Zoomwith Adrian as usual 6.30pm-7.30pm 8pm-9pm Tuesday morning – LIVE-STREAM via ZoomGentle/Beginners/Pregnancy Yoga sessionwith Claire as usual 11am-midday (spaces) Tuesday evening – at Aberffraw Hall and […]

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