Posts in Wisdom

How to access that elusive wisdom

Remember a situation when something which you read, or was said by someone, evoked an immediate response within you; an idea or concept about which you knew for certain was true and correct? You felt a deep knowing that you were hearing a truth? At this moment you may have just accessed your ‘pratyaya’, a… Read more »

Little Pearls of Wisdom

I don’t know about you, but I consistently have at least one A4 sheet in my bag, written on it a big list of things to do. One day I was complaining to my sister about it, and she dropped a very simple, but very effective – even yogic – line, “you can only do… Read more »

Student Profile – Gareth

An extraordinary story of recovery from a nearly fatal accident Gareth joined one of my beginner courses some years ago, made good progress, and soon became a regular in our Mysore morning program. He then stopped attending, which I put down to him maybe having moved or similar, as our students’ life circumstances often change…. Read more »

Winter YOGA Challenge 2019

A Yoga Challenge is a great way to get you through winter, reignite and consolidate your practice. This challenge is for everyone willing to try. It is designed to inspire you to bring more yoga into your life with the support of the entire studio community. Make it your intention to lead a healthy lifestyle. Increase your… Read more »

Introducing the Enviro Hero

In our endeavour to build awareness of our planet and it’s now fragile eco-system – also for us to have some fun, we are introducing the monthly  ‘Enviro Hero’. Every time you come to class on foot, or by public transport, bicycle, or magically ‘beaming’ yourself over, give yourself a pat on the back! Then mark your visit on… Read more »

Laughing and Crying with Yoga

One of the students I teach is smiling constantly throughout her practice. She seems to very much enjoy moving her body, loves a challenge, and simply laughs when she is not succeeding in something. She responds to that which she feels challenged by, with either a kind of ‘dance’ around her mat, or when seated,… Read more »