The last few months have been a complete whirlwind for me, what with Halloween, The yoga Show and new family pets 🙂 I have had some really exciting things happen, I have recently had the great pleasure of Georgie from The Sweaty Betty road show come to my classes. Georgie gave me such a great […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Hello again!
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Last week my eldest daughter Grace started reception school, and what an emotional week it was 🙂 sometimes I wonder how people who don’t practise yoga cope! I needed to pull all my yogic tricks out of the bag to stay balanced. (as well as a few tearful phone calls to mum!) The main practise […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Thank goodness for yoga!
I hope that everyone is having a fun summer holiday. As a mum myself I understand how easy children get bored, sulky and throw a tantrum or two 🙂 a fun activity to do together is to make a calm jar, I have given these to my Yoga kats. We use ours at home all […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Calm Jar
In a recent newspaper article (The Daily PANIC mail) it stated that this new generation of girls are entering into puberty alot earlier (even as young as six!) due to them being overweight. I think this may certainly be a factor but I also believe that the tap water we drink and give our children […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Delaying puberty
Back from Spain, we all had a wonderful holiday and I brought the sun shine back with me 😉 its back now to our daily routines and our monthly trip to the doctors with the children, joy! The holiday has allowed me to finally ease up the tension in my shoulder and I have decided […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Holidays over! (ish)
I was really sad today to hear of the mother who smothered her two children yesterday in Wandsworth. The mother of a new born and toddler tried to also slit her own wrists. Poor soul, this news has made me hug my two tighter but also really think how many other mothers are out there, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Postnatal depression
One of the best things about starting this yoga journey is all the new friends I am making, I am going to try and work out how to link people.. I am getting there! I recently met with a lovely new student yoga teacher Amy Bramble, she is currently teaching in Epping.. She also grows […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Making a yoga connection
A regular yoga practice during pregnancy provides students with a clear and positive outlook on life. has everything a mother to be needs to remain healthy and supple. Yoga can enhance the journey in many amazing ways such as helping to make a connection between mother and baby, giving them time together in an otherwise […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The benefits of a regular yoga practise during pregnancy