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My teaching pedagogy

My teaching model…… One of the things I do when I teach on teacher trainings is to include student teachers who have studied with me over and over again, and who I can see are dedicated to wanting to grow and share their experience with others in a deeper way, to come to trainings in…

Winter Immune Boosting Juice

This is one of my favourite juices and it means you pack in over 150mg of fresh Vitamin C and not have to gnaw your way through large lumps of orange.  Here’s what I use:-  Peel 1 & 1/2 oranges in season (provides over 30% of your recommended daily value and dietary fibre). Right now…

Krispy Kale

Do you want to eat healthily but also feel starved for time and that it just takes too long to prepare (and also chew) vegetables like kale? Here are my top tips for preparing some healthy meals which take less than a few minutes preparation and can be cooked in a batch which you can…

Why you need to give your brain a break

Walking Meditation with my Yin Yoga & Mindfulness Teacher Training in London one year ago. January 2021…… nearly 1 year into covid-19 This time a year ago I sat in a hall with over 70 students who were attending my 2020 Yin Yoga & Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training. On the morning we began I asked…

Yin Yoga in the time of covid

It’s January 21, 2021…… I recently wrote this blog for triyoga and although it also mentions my upcoming Yin TT there (it has almost sold out now in any case), the message isn’t really about that.  It’s about how to draw from our skills that are there somewhere after all these years of practice. How…

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Two decades of study

“Having spent over two decades studying with the teachers who inspired me,” I have spent the last few years writing Yin and Mindfulness Meditation courses based on practices that I have felt were so inspiring and helpful to me in my transition from corporate life to motherhood and to yoga. Having spent over two decades…

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