If I were running for PM I would …

These times are certainly challenging. Staying on the side of Love, rather than Fear, takes commitment. I’ve been processing this a lot over the last week, in light of the incidents which occurred in Manchester and London recently. Please note, I don’t like to refer to these incidents as terror attacks, as the word ‘terror’ […]

The Eternal Student(s)

I have just completed my first 200-hour yoga teacher training course, which means I can tick off my one and only concrete ‘resolution’ for 2015 and possibly one of my proudest achievements to date. To have come to this point on my yoga journey so fast and with so much passion, dedication and love is an […]

Yoga in Sri Lanka

On my way back to the Motherland in February, I popped by Sri Lanka (with the boy) and spent two weeks in stunning locations lazing by the pool / beach and eating delicious food (ah, what a life!) I also managed to get some blissful yoga practices in and met two wonderful teachers who I […]

Going Back to my Roots

You could call my journey (my physical travels and my psychological and spiritual healing through yoga, writing and self-enquiry) a process of going back to the beginning – of going back to my roots. I am slowly but surely peeling back layer by layer of the onion that is my personality (my ego) and in […]

The Challenge of a Lifetime: Finding Balance

If you had to choose one word to sum up your perfect life what would it be? Mine would be ‘balance’. (Or if I had to choose a Sanskrit word, ‘sattva’. ) I’ve been obsessed with balance my whole life. Have we all, or is it something to do with my Libra sun? (Probably a bit of […]

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