The season for doing yoga outside is arguably almost over for the year, but really the sun doesn't necessarily have to be shining bright for you to enjoy your practice in nature!
Finding the time to consistently practice yoga can be difficult – even for seasoned yogis. This is especially the case when you are often on the go!
There are many different wonderful ways that you can embrace meditation. If you have tried it before and found that the conventional method simply doesn't work for you, then today I want to tell you about a fantastic alternative!
Stress is one of my most talked about topics on this blog – and with great reason! The amount of stress that we experience has the potential to determine how much we enjoy our lives, and how happy and healthy we can be!
Happiness and positivity are two things that we surely all seek and wish to invite into our lives. However, sometimes when opportunities for positive change and progression present themselves, these things can be difficult to embrace entirely!
It is fair to say that the majority of people first take to the yoga mat in order to enhance their physical fitness and to enjoy some relief from stress. As time goes on, it is normal that the primary reason that a person continues to do yoga may change, and that they will experience a multitude of unexpected benefits!
One of the most amazing things about teaching yoga is that you get to create your very own community of students. The people who come along to your classes, your workshops, and your other events, can become their own community. And it is the power of this community that can truly lift you up as a yoga teacher, as well as empowering each of your students in different ways!
You may have already seen that this year at Mapperton House and Gardens we will be hosting our first ever lifestyle fair – Eat Well, Live Well!
You will likely have often heard me talking about the restorative power of going on a yoga retreat - and it is for this fantastic reason (among others!) that I try to create these retreats as often as possible! Over…
Codependency can be a difficult concept to navigate, largely because it is often difficult to initially acknowledge that this is your experience!