Hearty heart warming soup, perfect for cold nights or long days. Courgettes at their best
I can offer my retreaters the chance to forget all this and heal together while getting excited about tomorrow and our part in it again.
Check out my lastest story about the draw of social media, and how the digital world effects our brains. Just published in the Elephant Journal here
This following traditional prayer comes from the Native people of the Iroquois Confederacy and over the years many of our readers have found this a meaningful reading to share with their families, communities gathered for the holiday – often passing it around for everyone to read a portion before sharing a meal. The Iroquois or…
Once upon a train track, I was waiting for a train and two very full ones went by. “Tis the Job of a Yogi to be Love and Light” so eventually I got on a stupidly overcrowded train and smiled at the shared insanity of it all, in attempt to lighten the London Death Stares….
Lets try to expand to include, rather then contract to exclude. Hug if and when necessary (and maybe even when its not)). xx
Dairy free, wheat free, Sugar free When I try to be the best, super mum ever, what happens is firstly I buy too many veg to eat before they go off. Then I try to cook too much for my small people and they throw it on the floor and I wash it and then…
Yoga Weekends in the New Forest (running throughout the year) plus great open classes and workshops.
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, nothing is perfect. My latest articles are published here with Huffington Post Wabi Sabi is the ancient Japanese wisdom of finding beauty in imperfection and simplicity in nature, of accepting the natural cycles of growth, decay, and death. Enjoying the simple, natural, and uncluttered, Wabi Sabi reveres authenticity above all….