Yoga and Journalling Winter Workshop

I’m so excited to announce another workshop. This workshop at The Mala is happening in just twelve days and spaces are super limited as it’s going to be a special, cosy event. Sunday, November 17, 2019 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM The Mala; YogaTherapies4 Bowsden TerraceNewcastle upon Tyne, England, NE3 1RXUnited Kingdom (map) Join me at the…

Diary of a Trainee Yoga Teacher

The clocks have changed, the nights are drawing in and my 200hr yoga teacher training is drawing to a close. This weekend was the second last of the course and it was very emotional! I’m going to be sobbing next month when we have our final weekend. Yoga teacher training at Yoga Therapies has been…

How are writing and teaching connected?

Recently I have been going through a lot of soul searching. Partly it’s been due to leaving my job at a marketing agency and partly it’s because I have started training to be a yoga teacher and thinking more about my long-term aspirations. I’ve always been a writer. I don’t think you need to be…

How to set the scene for your yoga practice

Yoga is a fantastic self-care practice and it becoming ever more popular. Whether it’s practicing a few sun salutations each morning or a longer power yoga class, all yoga is great for the mind, body and spirit. One element of yoga that I really enjoy, is preparing for a really immersive practice. Sometimes at home…

Diary of a trainee yoga teacher | Emotions and Asana

As part of my YTT I have been asked to complete two pieces of homework over the month. Firstly, practising awn sun salutations a day and secondly keeping a journal, either a gratitude journal with reflection on asanas or just the asana diary. I have found myself combining a morning and nightly journal with my…