Tag: yoga

#CROWDCROCHET – get your hook on at this Yoga Studio & make a difference

#CROWDCROCHET – get your hook on at this Yoga Studio & make a difference

The lovely Anna Robershaw-Freeth from the Freestyle Yoga Project recently contacted me about an initiative that I am just so excited to share with you all. It involves a yoga studio, crochet hooks and the local community… what’s not to love? I interviewed Anna to find 

5 practical yoga hairstyles

5 practical yoga hairstyles

I have on more than one occasion nearly choked on my own hair during a yoga class. Okay, so I confess that I have particularly unruly hair – it’s long, fine and there’s lots of it. I envy girls who stroll into class with a 

Navasana – boat pose – for core strength

Navasana – boat pose – for core strength

Navasana or boat pose, is one f those yoga postures that usually gets a few sighs of frustration  in classes. I myself use to struggle with it… shaking, holding my breath and just not being able to straighten my legs. The good news however is 

Hot Yoga in Oxford

Hot Yoga in Oxford

The summer break from my regular classes has been a good time to explore different yoga styles and support other local teachers and studios, so I was excited to overhear people talking about a new yoga studio that opened up in Oxford on the Cowley 

Striking a perfect pose

Striking a perfect pose

  Have you seen the glamorous yoga magazines featuring perfect bodies striking these amazing, almost contortionists poses, and a little, or big, part of you wishes that you looked a bit like that and that your leg could reach even just halfway around your shoulder? 

Doggy yoga classes

Doggy yoga classes

Follow my blog with Bloglovin No, I am not offering doggy yoga classes, but I couldn’t help giggling when someone at work told me that there are actually yoga classes where people take their dogs to.  I adore Banjo, and Banjo adores my yoga mat, 

To be in the now

To be in the now

We may learn from the past, we may plan for the future, but the only way to attain a state of equanimity is to be in the now, to be with the changing truth of the moment. Aadil Palkhivala.   On Monday night I went