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5 Hydration Facts You Need To Know (But Probably Don’t)

By Catherine | June 14, 2018

Keeping yourself hydrated is important – I speak from experience having succumbed to dehydration whilst walking along the Appalachian Trail.  That story is for another day. Check out the 5 facts below about staying hydrated.…

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6 Delicious Health Benefits Of Honey

By Catherine | May 23, 2018

Since ancient times, honey has been used as both a food and a medicine.  It’s very high in beneficial plant compounds, and offers several health benefits. Check out these 6 delicious health benefits. Article by…

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Yoga Immersion Course

By Catherine | May 18, 2018

Yoga Immersion Course 2018 Another day of exploration – this time with Gary Carter sharing his knowledge and understanding of myofascial connections, slings and biotensegrity in movement. Sharing positivity about our inherent strength, and our…

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The Value of Philosophy

By Catherine | May 8, 2018

The study of philosophy – literally, the “love of wisdom” – involves exploring some of most important, exciting, and practical questions that confront us as human beings. It is preeminent among disciplines in emphasising and…

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Walking lifts your mood, even when you don’t expect it to

By Catherine | April 24, 2018

Ok, so today we learn that we live in interesting times. Rather than focus on the negative, put your energy into improving your mood and overall wellbeing. Ignore the rain, or get off to the…

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NEW book by Peter Blackaby: Intelligent Yoga – Listening to the Body’s Innate Wisdom

By Catherine | April 6, 2018

Intelligent Yoga: Listening to the body’s innate wisdom. With a completely new chapter on pain and how the body heals, and an updated and improved practice section, Intelligent Yoga: Listening to the body’s innate wisdom is an accessible…

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Warwickshire Yoga Workshop – Pelvic Balance

By Catherine | April 4, 2018

Yoga Workshop in Warwickshire: Pelvic Balance   Have you ever wondered why one side of your body is easier to access than the other in your yoga practice?  Or why some “hip openers” are more…

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Yoga: When Less (Effort) Is More (Ease)

By Catherine | March 30, 2018

Recently a student came to me concerned about her yoga practice. It was at the end of my annual retreat, during which I’d focused on teaching the gentle, gradual unfolding yoga inspired by the work…

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Reflections on the future of yoga by Pete Blackaby

By Catherine | March 15, 2018

Here’s Peter Blackaby in the video below, discussing some key questions facing modern yoga and yoga teaching. What do we experience when we practice? What is the rationale behind our practice – why do we do…

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Healthy benefits of using food staples with medicinal properties

By Catherine | March 6, 2018

All these food stables are readily available in your local shops, if not already in your kitchen cupboards at home. Check out these 6 great food staples Article by Dr. K. Corazzo Most people don’t…

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Squatting, Forgotten, Art, Sitting, Bodies

The Forgotten Art Of Squatting Is A Revelation For Bodies Ruined By Sitting

By Catherine | March 4, 2018

Tiny Yoga: Do you like squatting? I find this position really tough, something to do with my ankle and foot flexibility, but also related to the hip. But whilst I don’t find it easy, I…

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Can mindfulness practices strengthen your parenting skills?

By Catherine | February 24, 2018

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.  While mindfulness is something…

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