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Teaching yoga whilst pregnant (PART 2)

I left off a few weeks back having spent the majority of my first trimester feeling pretty rubbish. Morning sickness, exhaustion, little yoga teaching and, worst of all, no yoga practice. I was pretty miserable in all honesty but knew that beating myself up was only going to contribute to me feeling rubbish, so I signed […]

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Teaching yoga whilst pregnant (PART 1)

If you’ve been following my journey so far you will most likely have noticed that I am pregnant…23 weeks pregnant to be precise. I have a rapidly growing bump and a little baby that is very much alive and kicking. I thought being a pregnant yoga teacher would be easy, but as I’ve discovered, it’s not been […]

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Losing my Dad. Learning how to breathe again.

To breathe. The complex process of taking oxygen in to our bodies and then expelling it back out again. It’s a subconscious yet integral part of our existence. If we don’t have breath then we don’t have life. It’s such a simple concept, so why does it feel so impossible sometimes? In yoga your breath […]

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Goodbye June, see ya July, hello August!

Hello strangers! It’s been a while since I last posted and, contrary to popular belief, my radio silence hasn’t been down to catching up on OITNB (although I’ll admit to enjoying season three immensely). I’ve actually been pretty busy, really busy in fact. Over the past two months I’ve gone from teaching at one studio to […]

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Five things I’ve learnt

I’ve been teaching yoga for just over two months now. It’s crazy to think that just a few months ago the idea of teaching an entire yoga class would have filled me with fear and now, here I am teaching yoga daily to up to forty people. Oh and absolutely loving it. Let me tell you about […]

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Namaste – so what does it mean?

You’ve completed your first few yoga classes and notice your teacher always ends class the same way. They place their hands in prayer position, either in front of their chest or forehead, bow their head and utter the words ‘Namaste’. You look around the room and realise everyone else is reciprocating, either saying the words […]

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