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11.01.2017. / Yoga / Comments
This month we welcome Michael Wagner to our teaching team! We sat him down for his Samsara Teacher Q&A and here are his answers.  Who inspires you the most? Life itself and my teacher Sri Dharma Mittra in NY. What are your top self-care tips? Be gentle to your self. A stressed mind is the worst enemy, a relaxed mind is the best ally. When is your favourite time to practice yoga? Now :) I do prefer the early mornings and evenings, but every time has it’s quality....
11.11.2016. / Yoga / Comments
Who inspires you the most? I have whittled it down to a top 3!  My teacher, mentor, friend and 2nd mum, Julie Martin. It is because my path crossed with hers that I have walked the way I have. Julie was my first ever yoga teacher when I was 15 and was my teacher trainer 18 years after we first met. She gave me my first glimpse of wellbeing, and her boundless curiosity, ingenuity and confidence has inspired me hugely. She has offered limitless support and belief, and when you’ve...
26.10.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
We’re shouting from the rooftops about the wonders of ginger this month. Of all the herbs this is the one to have on had to fight infections and toxins, it's super powers just go on and on.  Known as a universal medicine, ginger works wonderfully on the whole body, particularly the digestive and respiratory systems.  Perfect for colds, flu, headaches, vomiting, heart issues, haemorrhoids, arthritis, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, cramps, indigestion,...
21.10.2016. / Beauty / Comments
About ila Meaning ‘Earth’ in Sanskrit ilā is the crème de la crème of organic skincare. Their range uses only the finest natural plant and mineral ingredients, wild-harvested in remote, untainted regions by artisan producers who value traditional and sustainable practises. If you’re a beauty junkie but are equally passionate about organic produce, protecting the earth and spreading good vibrations then we think you’re going to love ila as much as we do.  Along with a...
20.10.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
It’s that time of year again, cold season. However, do not fear as our Ayurvedic therapist Aneta has pulled together some tips for dealing with various cold symptoms naturally.  Cold - boil a teaspoon of dried ginger in a few cups of water and inhale the steam.  Blocked nose - apply eucalyptus oil to the sides of your nose.  Cough and sore throat - gargle your throat with a warm water with a pinch of salt and turmeric powder...