Although Mothers Day in the UK has been and gone, the American celebration, instigated by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson in May 1914, falls on the 13th. And, being a mother myself, I personally feel that there can’t be enough Mothers Days in the world. In fact, perhaps we should instigate a monthly Mothers Day? (more…)
It’s easy to find Valentine’s Day annoying.
It’s just another excuse for shops to sell us stuff we don’t need. For single people it’s a sick-making reminder of just how single they are. Then there’s the clichéd gifts of flowers and chocolates, the over-priced meals with lots of other couples desperately trying to look happier than everyone else, and the sheer pressure of having to be romantic (talking to you guys). (more…)
YogaLondon’s exclusive course on the Philosophy of Yoga is run jointly by YogaLondon (YL) and the prestigious Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS). We talked to our very own co-founders, Edward Serrano and Rebecca Ffrench, who gave us the inside info on this new partnership. (more…)
I wish I had a pound for every time I have told my students to ‘listen to your body’ – it’s just one of those things yoga teachers say, isn’t it? It slips off the tongue so easily, but what does it really mean? (more…)