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17.03.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
With Easter just around the corner it can be tough to say no to the array of chocolate displays everywhere you look. But if like us, you love chocolate but don't want all the bad stuff that comes with it, why not make your own easter eggs? Just one of the delicious recipes in this awesome eBook, Simple Steps to Ditching Sugar, these tahini bliss balls can be moulded into easter egg shapes to give you that sweet chocolate taste without any of the nasties.    TAHINI BLISS BALLS...
03.03.2016. / Ayurveda / Comments
Written by Aneta Podlaska, in house Ayurvedic Therapist I simply love mornings, they’re my favourite time of the day when the air is fresher than ever, the stillness is not interrupted by the rushing and buzzing of the masses and you have so much time ahead of you! Not everyone is a morning person though, I know from observing the morning struggles of my lovely flatmate. Feeling grumpy, tired, achy, swollen or moody is a signal that we’re out of balance. Working long hours, going to bed late...
01.03.2016. / Yoga / Comments
Introducing Amy McDonald, our new Jivamukti teacher. Amy has 1000 hours of training under her belt having first trained with Yogahaven London and then with the Jivamukti Yoga School New York/London. Originally from NZ, Amy is passionate about yoga and how it has the ability to touch and transform lives.  Amys teaching focuses on alignment and breath, attuning the practice in such a way that the students are in a space to balance body, mind and soul, while becoming holistically...
05.01.2016. / Yoga / Comments
Callum likes to laugh. His classes will build a lasting confidence in your yoga practice for years to come. Expect to be taken on an imaginative journey that transcends the mat and spills into your daily life in classes coloured to put your practice first.Through study of those that have come before us and our own self-study,Callum invites you to empower ourselves to achieve greatness in our practice and our lives off the mat.  Callum advocates yoga to support a healthy...
08.11.2015. / Yoga / Comments
Having worked in the corporate world since leaving University, the fast-paced and unhealthy lifestyle left Natasha wanting more. Natasha felt the need to reevaluate her career path and explore her creative side and her love of Philosophy, Yoga and Spirituality so she travelled to India and lived in an ashram. At Yoga Vidya Gurukul she was immersed in the Yogic way of life and Satyananda’s style of Yoga and Yoga Nidra. Following India, Natasha has trained in Vinyasa Yoga, Hot Yoga and Yin Yoga...

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