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Yoga for times of change and uncertainty – Part 1

I was recently featured in an article for Stylist magazine written by Kerry Law titled “Yoga for unsettled times: how to use postures and breathwork to ground yourself” which included several short practice ideas from practitioners all over the UK and beyond. Whilst researching for this piece I ended up unpacking my own experiences of yoga over the years and while writing found that I had a series of short articles in response to the brief. So, instead of those articles sitting on my desktop I thought I would put them to some use and share them with you here instead.


15 minute yoga for healthy backs

Free yoga practice series on YouTube


I’ve been releasing new video content on my YouTube channel and thought it would be a good idea to add what I’ve been up to here on my blog, as that is what it was originally intended for!  My latest practice is only 15 minutes long and includes some useful ways to incorporate stability and mobility for your spine and hips.


Embracing change with BAM at Women’s Trad Festival 2022

I am just coming to the end of what has been a pretty action packed summer for me and my family. We’ve been coasteering on Anglesey with Time for Experience, glamping at the Big Sky Hideaway in Lincolnshire and supporting global competitors at Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games! It leaves me feeling a little exhausted just writing it all down.

The real adventure for me though started on the 28th July when I supported 2022’s Women’s Trad Festival as yoga practitioner and Bamboo Clothing #BAMambassador.


Earth inspired Yoga

The Spring brings with it an opportunity to honour and offer gratitude towards the Earth. Earth Day occurs towards the end of April (22nd April 2022) and provides a moment for us to reflect upon all of what we can experience in our relationship to the Earth. We’re invited to pause and notice the warmth, colour and fragrance of the Earth and its never-ending source of nourishment on so many levels.