“If you exude joy, you spread joy.” Roberta Gately.Read More
“There are two kinds of speakers. Those who are nervous and those who are liars.” Mark Twain.Read More
“We are meant to express how we feel about life. It’s like breathing: inhale the experiences of life, exhale how you feel about them. We are at our best when we can turn our impressions into expressions. The equation goes like this, impression without expression equals depression.”
When we learn to ‘tune in’ to the space between the breaths we learn intuition, restraint, patience and calm. We learn to hear the moment the body is saying ‘too much’ … to much exercise, too much food, too much work, too much drink … what are your own subtle signals you respond to? Or ignore?
Before we start, I have to confess, I love my grub. I love my dinner, I love my bread and butter. I love my wine. It is not effortless for me to maintain my optimal weight, far from it.Read More
Forgiving yourself and starting over is the whole game.Read More
Spring into Spring, yoga friends. One new thing. One unexpected conversation that provokes a fresh thought. One surprise encounter that turns a preconception on it’s head. One laugh out loud moment you didn’t see coming. Get unstuck. Grow younger instead of older. Have yourself some fun.Read More
Yoga teaches us to be strong. It’s not in your face. It’s a quieter strength, it’s less obvious on the outside and it runs a little deeper. It helps you soften and open up and remain calm and steady in the face of strong challenges.Read More
This is a very simple, deep guided relaxation practice, best done with one person reading and instructing and one or many happy, relaxed, participants lying comfortably in savasana.Read More
What’s completely free, a natural anti-depressant, a mood-uplifter and something that connects us more with those around us?Read More
They say, once you have accessed that deeper level of relaxation in the physical body that it remains there for you to access at will.Read More
As we refine our ability to look within we begin to look at what are we bringing to the world around us, what impact are we having? What are we brining to the world within us; what are our reactions to our thoughts?