Many of our students who have participated our foundation course over the last few years say “I wish I had known all this sooner”.
Susie explains how in reality life really wouldn’t have been all that different if you had yoga in your life sooner.
“If you can control the rising of the mind into ripples, you will experience Yoga.”Continue reading “What would have happened if you had yoga in your life sooner?”
When someone asks us “why do/ or did you want to be a yoga teacher?” the answer is more often than not ” to share my passion”. We are going to tell you what this means to us.
Hopefully by reading this you continue to pursue your yoga journey or or embark on the adventure of becoming a yoga teacher.Continue reading “Why do you want to be a yoga teacher?”
Yoga props are not for the over-competitive or the vigorous yogi. These yogi’s are usually students who don’t want to appear weak and Roisin was once of of them.
Roisin’s primary practice is Ashtanga and props were just a NO and would tell the teacher to get off if they tried to adjust.
Here she is telling us about how to use block and how they can improve your practice.Continue reading “What to do with Yoga Props?”
Susie explains how using lockdown yoga we can stay curious and thrive in the new normal.Continue reading “Lockdown yoga to the new normal”
Emma McIntyre has put together a recipe for Baked Aubergines & Mozzarella for us.
Emma is studying the British Wheel of Yoga foundation course with Susie and has practiced yoga for a while now.
Emma is always our go to for recipes whilst on the course and food is her passion (alongside sewing too). Emma has trained as a chef as well as working in food product development for over 10 years.Continue reading “Baked Aubergines & Mozzarella”