Differences Between Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga

The 4 Key Differences Between Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga

Iyengar and Ashtanga: these two unique yoga practices are very different to each other, but they both also have an impressive following with many dedicated yogis around the world. Personally, I study and practise Iyengar style yoga, while one of my good friends is an Ashtangi. We normally have long chats about the differences in […]

Instagram Yogis

The Secret Photo Apps Of Famous Instagram Yogis

With our next yoga challenge fast approaching, I thought it might be useful to share my favourite photo editing apps that I use before my photos make it to Instagram. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve got nothing against a standard Instagram filter, but as I’m a bit of a perfectionist. If you’re anything like me, you like

Yoga Teacher’s Guide to Instagram
Social, Uncategorized

The Yoga Teacher’s Guide to Instagram

We are in the throes of the age of Instagram, hashtags, and selfies. The social media craze is here and it’s not just for teenagers to showcase their latest selfie. Businesses have learned how to leverage this for themselves. Now, I’m not just talking Instagram, I’m talking all social media platforms from Facebook to LinkedIn to

Ayurveda, Self Care

Discover Ayurveda According to Your Learning Style

The beauty of Ayurveda is that it encompasses every aspect of life so actually, it’s already in your life! To “discover” Ayurveda means to recognize and honour it. Ayurveda can have many beginnings, from curiousity to health concerns that prompt deeper learning. Regardless of your path, Ayurveda allows you to live life from an entirely

Yoga Retreat
Social, Uncategorized, Wellbeing, Yogis Guide

8 Reasons Why Yoga Teachers NEED Retreats

Going on retreat might sound indulgent to some, but getting away and deeper into practice can work wonders for yoga teachers. Whilst it can be difficult to prise ourselves away from hard-won studio classes or a busy schedule that took time and dedication to build up, the self-investment a retreat represents can work hugely to


Our Favourite Instagram Yoga Accounts

As a social media platform, Instagram is perfectly suited to portray the grace and flow of yoga. Plus it’s also a great way to spread the word about your own yoga business. However, it’s easy to get sucked into the glossy, styled pictures, and not see the hard work, blood, sweat and tears that gets

Asana, Practice

Why Your Brain Is Sabotaging Your Handstands

Think Back To Your First Few Months Doing Yoga, And One Day Your Instructor Said That Particular Class Will Be About Headstands. Did You Feel Scared To Be Upside Down On Your Head? Did You Wonder Why, When It Seemed So Simple And Easy When You Were A Kid? Well, It’s Actually Because You Are

Mysore Palace
Philosophy, Practice

Krishnamacharya, The Father Of Modern Yoga

Krishnamacharya Is Probably The Most Famous Yogi You’ve Barely Heard Of. His Students Have Gone On To Be Some Of The Most Famous Students In The World, Developing Techniques Now Recognisable In Every Yoga Studio. Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, to give him his full name, was born 1888 and died in 1989 at the impressive age of

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