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Gen X

in Philosophy, Uncategorized
The Yoga Connection blog post - Gen X

It’s just the two of us today. It’s raining and we joke about our hair as we run from the car to the café. When we sit down my daughter shakes her head and the curls settle with youthful nonchalance. I, on the other hand, grab everything I can of my mop and twist it… Read More

Flawless

in Philosophy, Uncategorized

The yoga studio can be a confronting place. No matter how long you’ve been practicing or how often, to walk in with very little clothing on, maybe to face a wall of mirrors is to see yourself from head to toe, and to be seen from head to toe. Sometimes you don’t like what you… Read More

Commitment Issues

in Philosophy

Robert Browning - The best is yet to be. It’s a new year and affirmations and resolutions and inspirational quotes are tripping over themselves to be affirming and inspiring and, yeah, you got this! resolute. I’m hoping you’ve had your fill of them as I don’t actually have anything to add. I like the idea… Read More

Connection

in Philosophy, Uncategorized, Yoga

When spring sprung a few weeks back there was a lot of focus in the studio on the wood element, of being grounded, regrowth and new beginnings, all fitting in rather nicely with the change of season. And at the heart of it was this idea of connection - with ourselves, family and friends, and… Read More

Tools Of The Trade

in Philosophy, Uncategorized, Yoga

So. The website’s up and humming. Studios are being contacted and listed. Events are being posted. I’ve left a proper grown up message on my phone and I’m hoping to eventually master the art of a spreadsheet. It’s one of those times in life when you’re super busy-in-a-good-way and its all a bit exciting. There… Read More

If you’re a regular type of yogi and tend to practice at the same times you’ll probably notice when some brave soul is taking their first class. Whether they arrive super early or at the absolute last minute, there’s that slight hesitation at the door, a squaring of the shoulders, and a glance at the… Read More