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You don’t need a mat to practice yoga, simply an awareness of any resistance to bend/change, a sincere wish to move beyond the separateness and isolation this causes, and the courage to move beyond that which is keeping you separate
The best day of your life is the day you decide your life is your own, what an amazing gift this is an that you alone are responsible for it. I remember booking my first yoga retreat as a yoga student, it had taken so much for me to give myself permission to spend a little on myself and make some me time and after one, there was no looking back! It offers so much more than a basic holiday. […]
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Today was the first part of The Yogamonks sadhana (12month) course, It was beautiful to meet all the new yogis and yoginis, meeting each other for the first time from all parts of the world, seeing new relationships form with a sincere wish to authentically interact with each other. We explored practicing in a way that is inline with the spiritual texts, learning what is to embody union and sincere relationship all through very simple and effective vinyasas. Here’s some […]
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I had a new student a few weeks back that came to talk to me at the end of class to say how she d never been to a class where all the internal connections were described, or even how those then affected the way she moved through her vinyasa practice. I replied that it was definately worth celebrating with a tea after class! and to experience the interactions within her body and notice its affects that lead to union/vinyasa […]