Jan

24

The Philosophy of Slacklining: three yogic tips for success

Hello. It’s been a while since I last wrote – October was my last update. So hello 🙂 Has 2018 been good so far? It’s never too late for an old dog to try new tricks…and another application for the physical and mental tools of yoga: The Philosophy of Slackline Walking I have a new […]

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Sep

22

Appreciating the nurturing of Mama Nature

Happy Spring friends! Blommetjies are blooming! Babies are popping! Joburgers are shopping! I was up in Johannesburg again recently to present a training to Virgin active. I do enjoy the energy and the novelty of being in the “city of gold” but this time it made me really clear on what Joburgers miss out on. […]

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Jun

16

West meets East: hybridising Mysore practice & Budokon

In July an new way of practicing Budokon Yoga is starting at my studio ReUnion.  I’m really looking forward to it – it’s a bit of a “West meets East” moment. Putting together two very different but related yoga methods: Budokon Yoga and Mysore-style instruction. This is (as far as  I know) a completely new concept […]

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Jan

17

On inspiration

What do working with wood, monkeying around and Richard Branson all have in common? As 2016 drew to a close and this new year and new cycle began, I reflected on “inspiration”, and discovered that these three seemingly unrelated things (wood, monkeying around and RB) are sources of inspiration for me. I want share some musings […]

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Oct

27

A Taste of Freedom

There is quite a lot happening! October / November is that very productive time for many people in Cape Town. I am practicing trying to be “the still point in a turning world” much of the time, and really thankful for the short meditation practice that I put on the schedule. At 11.45 the busy-ness […]

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Oct

06

Yoga Teacher Training video

It’s a short flick. Something of a “trailer” made up from the Teacher Training Courses of 2014. It gives a bit of a sense of how we work and the beautiful unfolding of content in the Teacher Training Course. Big thanks to Sara Ojembarrena for putting together this piece.

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