I have to confess that, for years, I struggled to get myself to do any yoga at home. I knew it would be good for me, and every now and then I would manage a flurry of practice for a few days, or a few weeks, then it would fizzle out. I suspect I’m not alone in this!Continue reading “5 top tips for getting yourself on the mat”
The questions that led me to yoga teacher training
“We move in the direction of the questions we ask” – I love this quote from Margaret J. Wheatley. It perfectly describes the subtle ways in which we shape our lives, sometimes without even realising it.
Here are six questions that led me to start training as a yoga teacher – questions I’ve asked of myself, questions others have asked of me, and questions I’ve asked other people.Continue reading “The questions that led me to yoga teacher training”
How yoga therapy taught me to ride a bike and find my inner strength
I enrolled on a yoga therapy course to relax and recharge my batteries but I gained so much more than that. Here’s what I learnt about my yoga practice and myself.Continue reading “How yoga therapy taught me to ride a bike and find my inner strength”
Start where you are: a strengths-based approach to yoga
I thought a strengths-based approach to yoga wouldn’t work. This is why I was wrong.Continue reading “Start where you are: a strengths-based approach to yoga”