Dear all, So here I am, 2 1/2 months into this journey, and posting my first blog since leaving the UK! Why has it taken me so long? I wonder if you are all thinking that, or perhaps I am asking myself! Well, for those of you who know me (and perhaps those of youContinue reading “From the road :)”
Hi all! And FINALLY… I promised I would post the notes from the 40th anniversary of Yoga Scotland Seminar June 14-16th. It was a great weekend and I so enjoyed meeting you all and sharing yoga with you. For those of you that weren’t there and are reading this… the theme of the weekend wasContinue reading “Notes from St Andrews Seminar :)”
The women’s retreat was SO beautiful this year at Lendrick Lodge! Such a special time of sharing with yoga, music, movement and nature! None of us being that technologically advanced, we forgot that we could record right til the last moment… but here is that last of our Saturday night Kirtan’s! Enjoy!
Hello all, Here is a live Kirtan recording from Mangrove Mountain in Australia, where I trained to teach. The first track is me and the second is Sn Bhaktananda. Click the link below and enjoy! Jaya Guru Omkara
Dear all, I am currently listening to this series and I HIGHLY recommend. Session 3 is beautiful and so pertinent to us all. It’s free to register and I can recommend listening deeply while practicing yoga or meditation, cooking, sitting in stillness with yourself and / or another…or any activity where you can listen withContinue reading “The Compassionate Brain Series”
Harmony: the dance of light and shadow I’m not overly enthused by the word ‘Harmony,’ when used in a “spiritual” context. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a beautiful word with great potential but, I feel, it has too often been used with an undertone of spiritual complacency and fluffiness. I often hear it in referenceContinue reading “Harmony: the dance of light and shadow”
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