• 18 FEB 19
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    Keeping strong and Confident: Yoga for Healthy Aging.

    Keeping strong and Confident: Yoga for Healthy Aging.

    There is a turning tide and a fantastic shift in the community as we consider what it means to be a senior. The images in the past of the stereotypical Grandmother sitting in a rocking chair have long gone and today to be a senior is a phase of life where we can honour the

    • 24 JAN 19
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    Find Yoga that works for YOU!

    Find Yoga that works for YOU!

    How do you find the right Yoga class that works for you? In the community today we find an abundance of Yoga offerings and classes we are simply spoiled for choice. It can be very challenging to know what will suit you and it can be confusing to know where to start. I  offer some

    • 15 JAN 19
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    Be Here Now…..

    Be Here Now…..

    In the quiet moments of reflections and stillness become your breath: Follow it – “in” and “out” Sitting, Walking, Working, Resting, Being Breath In  –  Breath Out Let yourself bask in the beauty of this moment and do not stray for the simple task of present moment awareness For it is in this moment that

    • 06 JAN 19
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    Keep the feeling of Freedom

    Keep the feeling of Freedom

    This week most of us begin to cruise our way back to the workplace and start the working year. Of course many people in various occupations in hospitality, tourism and all things entertainment etc…have been working hard though out, so we can enjoy the fun and freedom of our holiday. I say, Thank you so

    • 02 JAN 19
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    Setting Intentions for 2019?

    Setting Intentions for 2019?

    Welcome to the New Year. How quickly time turns over the pages of the calendar and we hurtle forward into another year. I hope you have all enjoyed the season of Celebrations and holidays. Perhaps you are still away on a well deserved break, as I am! A very quick note about the practice of

    • 22 NOV 18
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    What is Yoga Nidra?

    What is Yoga Nidra?

    Every Friday afternoon I give a 30 minute Yoga Nidra as part of the 1 hour Slow Yoga class. But what is Yoga Nidra? It is a systematic method of inducing a complete mental, emotional and physical relaxation taken usually in Savasana, lying down on the back – arms by the side with Palms facing