I’ve practised yoga since 2000 and have been teaching since 2012. And I often reflect on what yoga means to me. I think the following captures it!
So spring has sprung! We’ve just past the Spring Equinox, so it’s officially spring 🙂 The two equinoxes – in spring and autumn – mark a perfect point of balance in the year: when day and night are equal. So
“Yoga is stilling the thought-waves of the mind” ~ Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (1.2) So, hands up, who has a busy mind? (My hand is going up too in case you were wondering!) A mind that is constantly chattering away; providing
Did you know that last Saturday (24th November 2012) was UK Buy Nothing Day? How did you spend the day? Chances are shopping was involved as it’s getting close to Christmas! I actually did manage to buy nothing last Saturday.
An email popped into my inbox the other day which included this: “If you think you go around in the world unseen or unrecognized, you’re incorrect. We are all acutely aware of each other, and energy leads the way, more