• Improve your breathing – Improve your mental health
    As we progress out of lockdown, we are continuously learning how to adapt to our new realities. As we journey, maybe we let go of previous beliefs and […]
  • Therapeutic Yoga for Hips
    The hips are complex and there are many dysfunctions that can cause pain and discomfort. Pain often comes and goes and often times the pain is not sited […]
  • Teaching the Yoga4Health 10 week protocol – My experience and feedback from students
    Bringing yoga into the community and accessible to all The Yoga4Health 10 week course is being offered nationally. I have recently guided 5 cohorts and […]
  • Yoga and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
    The number of people with diabetes has reached 4.7 million in the UK and world diabetes cases are expected to jump 55% by 2035. Type 2 diabetes mellitus […]
  • Yoga in Healthcare
      Yoga has been seen as an effective way to combat many health conditions by many for thousands of years. Science is proving its effectiveness and […]
  • Why is teen yoga essential
    As a teen you are not an adult and yet are expected in so many ways to show maturity and to behave how others expect, Teen years are challenging and […]
  • That inner stillness thing..
    Finding that inner stillness thing So many beautiful quotes just this past week from my regular practitioners; ‘I feel calmer and my husband has noticed a […]
  • Daily pocket practice
    A daily pocket practice for first thing in the morning. 10 or 12 minutes every day will change your body, change your mind and change your life. Stay with […]
  • The power of savasana
    As we think about spring, thoughts turn to what we can let go off as we arrive into the optimism and new life that spring gives. Savasana is a powerful […]
  • Finding your yoga
    We are often striving too hard in our lives to secure success.  Driven by our will rather than our heart. Auyervedic philosophy believes we are made up of […]
  • Psoas and fertility
    The psoas muscle (pronounced so-as), otherwise known as the the mother muscle because it controls us and it’s not only a muscle, as Liz Koch says; […]