We are ambassadors in this long line of teaching (more…)
‘Whilst speaking words of wisdom, you are mourning that which is not worthy of grief’
Krishna – Bhagavad Gita
Practising the exam sequence had a different feel to it this evening. Partly because I’d witnessed the aftermath of a road traffic accident on my way to class. It brought home the fragility of life and the importance of being in the present moment. I only had to glance at the sequence a few times as I was very much in the zone, and somewhat guided by muscle memory. Our course director, Jonathan sealed our practice with one OM before the Mantras lecture. (more…)
One step forward two steps back
My home practice has been developing well these past few weeks, however, a few highlights stood out (more…)
If you ever think you’re too small to effect change, try sleeping with a mosquito.
– The Dalai Lama
Imogen, a student on our 6-month August 2018 course, will be sharing her experience as she becomes a yoga teacher.
I’ve always led an active lifestyle. Aged 4, my Granddad taught me to swim and by the age of 14, I’d mastered most racket sports. I felt alienated in school because I was terrible at hockey and netball which were prerequisites! By 24, I’d completed half marathons in the UK and abroad, climbed the tallest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales (aka the National Three Peaks Challenge), and dabbled in Muay Thai. (more…)