Within the Practice of Yoga Nidra we have some potent tools to support us in the journey to create meaningful and lasting change…Read More
Yoga is full of quirky paradox, seemingly opposing ideals, that are somehow supposed to make sense. One such twist of ideals is the idea to ‘Be here Now’ juxtaposed against the aspirations of ‘Self Evolution’ and ‘Personal Growth’.
It seems like conflicting advice, non? To be content with what is, yet at the same time to aspire for something better..?
The word Guna is a Sanskrit word that translates as “quality” and it represents the three-fold nature being; Tamas, Rajas and Sattva.Read More
The idea that we develop courage whilst remaining calm is a central concept in the practice of yogaRead More
Understanding the laws of nature as explained in Ayurveda will help you find greater balance in your health and life...Read More
Anyone who has sat themselves down and attempted to observe the stream of thought will soon find themselves daydreaming about something else entirely…Read More
Most of us think of Yoga as being related to fitness and exercise, and off course this is true because yoga is a physical activity that can stretch and strengthen the body BUT there's more...Read More
The word yoga means to ‘unite’ or ‘oneness’ and is derived from the Sanskrit word yuj.......Read More
This little doozie I heard from a fellow student whilst sitting in the room of a meditation course...Read More
Sankalpa is a resolve, to be selected with careful consideration and mentally repeated three times at the beginning and end of Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation practice)Read More
Personally, I attribute this simple practice of meditation and relaxation as being a pivotal tool in my quest to reframe my mental sphere and effect significant change in how I am able to live my life.Read More
Some mornings, I wake up with a furrowed brow and a head wobbly with doubt...