Archive for the 'Yoga Blog' Category
What is Be Activated?
What is Be Activated? The body has 2 priorities for survival, to breathe and to move. A correctly functioning human body is designed to move in a 1-2-3 sequence pattern, starting with the diaphragm and ending with the fingers and toes, resulting in expansion. However when muscles are not...Read More
What is a Mother & Baby yoga class like?
Mother and Baby yoga is a wonderful opportunity for new moms to spend some quality time with their baby while getting the chance to practise yoga in a relaxed and friendly setting.Whether you’ve practiced yoga before or during pregnancy, Mother and Baby Yoga is a great way to bond...Read More
What’s the difference between Yin Yoga and Restorative yoga?
In the last while I’ve really found myself gravitating more and more towards Yin Yoga. That’s not to say that I don’t still love my hatha practise but I find that Yin is the perfect antidote to the busy world we live in. But what’s the difference between Yin...Read More
Yin Yang Yoga Workshop March 23rd
Yin and Yang are the Taoist concepts which describe the two relative qualities present in everything. Yin is passive, cooling and downward while Yang is dynamic, warming and upward. In this Yin Yang Yoga workshop we will blend two styles of yoga into one practice. We will begin with...Read More
January Rejuvenation Yoga Workshop
Workshops offer a unique opportunity to establish a deeper connection with your yoga practice. Get your year off to a positive start with this 2 hour yoga workshop The focus of this workshop will be on getting the body moving slowly and deeply. We will work on postures that...Read More
Stopping to Smell the Roses
Recently, I attended a day long retreat celebrating the festival of Lughnasa (named after Lugh the God of the Sun, Light and Harvest). Lughnasa is a Celtic festival which marks the transition between the Summer and Autumn, the harvest season. It was a time when people would gather and...Read More