With the lockdown this year we have all be sitting maybe a bit more than we normally would. In this article Nadiayoga looks at what this means for our health and offers tips on how to counteract any negative effects.
Being someone who has the “luxury” of staying at home these days (unlike the nurses, doctors, supermarket staff, public drivers and all other brave souls that are doing their best to keep us safe and healthy), I wanted to utilize this precious time and write a few words that might come of use to whoever […]
In our era of measuring ourselves against other – more likes, views, shares, and material stuff – is it surprising that yoga has fallen foul of our competitive nature? Yoga teacher and Shiatsu practitioner Lys Wild describes how injury and pain forced her to look within, with surprising rewards.
London and Brighton based yoga teacher Jo Stevens describes her personal journey to becoming a yoga teacher. I woke up one day and my fiancé at the time just told me he ‘wasn’t sure’ if he wanted to be with me anymore then packed up his things and left. It came totally out of the […]
At this time of year, when the days are so much shorter, you might be not feeling fully yourself or that you don’t have much energy. Gemma Clarke, an experienced Hatha, Vinyasa & Yin Yoga Instructor, explains that you might be suffering from SAD and how yoga can help.