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Previously recorded live and creative yoga practices, January 2022

“We do not learn by experience, but by our capacity for experience. ”

Gautama Buddha


I was recently invited by @f22aop an all female photographic group, to offer some mindful yoga practices for their audience through instagram videos. These sessions were targeted towards photographers and those working within the creative sector, but I see them as being accessible general practices that would benefit you too!


Enjoy them as an opportunity for you to experience what it means to sense movement that is invigorating and uplifting, experience breath-work as a means towards cultivating greater focus and clarity, and experience the amazing benefits of relaxation to assist in the release and softening of deeply held tensions.


To gain further insight into my thoughts around these practices read on. If you’d like to jump straight in and practice, head to the videos below. Each practice is around 30 minutes and is designed take you on an experiential journey exploring postures, creativity, focus and rest.



A fully seated chair yoga practice

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”

Arthur Ashe


When I approach a yoga class as a teacher I invite people to connect to their breath and notice what their starting point it “Start where you are.” Then I will ask people to notice how they feel, to connect to their body in a mindful, creative way “Use what you have.” And then I will offer ideas around what may be possible from there…there is no expectation to do what I ask, rather I ask “Do what you can.” Quotations by Arthur Ashe.


In this article I offer a short insight into chair yoga and what I love about taking support in our practice with this versatile prop. My hope is, should you wish to take it along with me, that you are able to notice more fully the above prompts in an accessible, comfortable and enjoyable way.


Yoga for the lower back


“Our posture can be a reflection of our current state of mind as well as our past experiences.”

Jivana Heyman


Yoga for the lower back – a short yoga practice


When I invite people to practice yoga with me, it is an invitation to explore shapes, movements and pauses that can provide a sense of opening and softening, structure and support.