I'm often asked by class participants to define my style of teaching. One of my regular class participants described my classes as 'practical, no-nonsense yoga'. I think that's a good way to describe them. My overriding interest is with the human body, how it is designed to...Read More
The majority of us take balance for granted. That is until required to stand on one leg during a yoga class. In a physical sense, balance is defined as ‘an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady’ *.
Kiddies feet are just the cutest. I know. I’m naturally biased, but my little ‘uns feet are perfect little works of art. As I marvel at my youngster's tootsies I am reminded that most children at this delicate young...Read More
I spend a great deal more time these days down at small child level sitting, crawling, hovering and crouching. Instead of resisting this low level living I’m trying to embrace gravity, creaking knees an all, and incorporate more floor into my personal practice. Not to mention the fact that i’m three times as...Read More
Often when chatting to friends and family about my work as a yoga teacher many people comment that they just don't have the time to fit a regular yoga practice into their day. As a new mother I know first hand how difficult it is making time for anything extracurricular. As a parent it...Read More