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. … Continue reading Death Stares and Care Bears
Gorgeous Goa Yoga with Nova and Florence 18th- 28th January 2017, Lotus Retreat Centre, Patnam Beach, Goa India- £685 in Twin-shared beach front huts or £895 for single huts. What's included * Shared Accommodation * Organic brunches and Lovely Dinners * All light refreshments * Special Workshops, * Meditation and Yoga * Private Vegetarian … Continue reading Go-an Adventure
I’ve been thinking about what does ‘spirituality’ mean now? This is relevant to today’s news as we hear about more kids running away to defend an idea (Islam in this case, but it could just as easily be something else). As I have another teacher training that I am running and the next weekend is … Continue reading What does ‘spirituality’ mean now?
poem of thanks
First Published 14/08/14 Having been a yoga teacher for long enough to weather some pretty lean winters, it comes as no surprise that things suddenly getting very busy again. I have noticed there seems to be a yoga take up pattern, in the same way the old school year may have drilled into us a … Continue reading What are you doing? Mad Me, Mad World!
Just a little something that I think we may forget at times. “Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our business and, in fact, it is nobody's business. What we are asked to do is to love, and this love itself will render … Continue reading We have some work to do people!
To know that the atoms of my body will remain to think of them rising through the roots of a great oak to live in leaves, branches, twigs perhaps to feed the crimson peony the blue iris the broccoli or rest on water freeze and thaw with the seasons some atoms might become a … Continue reading It is Enough