Tag Archives: Yoga for stress Chorlton

Concessionary pricing for group classes

I offer discretionary concessionary pricing for my Wednesday Mindful Yoga and Monday Yoga for Women classes in Chorlton for those whose financial circumstances would otherwise prevent them from attending classes at the full price. Concessions are £36 for the class pass and £7 for a single class – discount accessed via coupon code on the […]

Grounding Breath Meditation

Grounding Breath Meditation This simple breathing meditation is perfect for whenever you need to feel present and grounded…..you can do this anywhere or anytime that you need, or use it as a more formal meditation for a longer period of time. Become aware of the sensations of your body, your connection with the ground, your […]

Being vs doing

Being vs doing One of the aims of yoga and mindfulness is that we begin to become aware of automatic patterns of the mind, and recognise different thoughts and modes of thinking.  The brain performs many hundreds of processes and activities everyday.  We can simplify these neurocognitive tasks down to two main modes of functioning […]

Book of the moment: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

This book has been a complete game changer for me.  I’ve recently re-read parts of it (and I rarely re-read books!) Since reading this I’ve gone from someone who had no time for creativity and saw it as a waste of time, to making my own candles, designing my own Christmas cards and learning how […]

I’m not flexible, can I do yoga?

Only a small number of people are naturally flexible and being flexible is certainly not a prerequisite to practising yoga.   Yoga can help improve flexibility if practised regularly; however this isn’t necessarily the goal  – although it is certainly a reason people want to take up yoga.  Flexibility is generally understood to mean having a […]

New to yoga?

Are you new to yoga? 🧘‍♀️ Are you wondering what happens in a class? What do you need to wear?!? Maybe you have heard that yoga is great and all that and you want to give it a go but you aren’t really sure where to start? I have some frequently asked questions on my […]