Join Mel as she offers yoga as a gift to be received, rather than a goal to be accomplished. We each have our own innate wisdom, our own desires, and our own need for greater clarity, be it in our purpose, our prosperity, our pleasure or our freedom.
Yoga can help us unravel the layers of confusion, fogginess or disconnect to live a life of greater courage and compassion. Mel would love for you to join her on this exploration of what it means to move with awareness, to remain attentive to the breath, and how stillness in meditation can bring greater steadiness in life.
If you believed you could do anything that your heart desired, how would life be different?
Is advanced yoga just for the young and fit? I offer another look at what it means to practice yoga.
Could doing less be the solution to our world problems?
This short blog offers a truthful glimmer into me, today. No hyperbole, no solutions, just a fragment of vulnerability.
When our attitude to ourselves is one of loathing, it doesn't matter what we do to change or improve ourselves, we will always fail. Companies like Weightwatchers make most of their money from repeat customers, because if you are punishing yourself with food and exercise, you are going to run out of steam and either go on a mad binge or just burn out. The more we can bring love to everything we do, the easier it becomes to realise that you truly are beautiful.
Knowing you want more space in your life is one thing, creating it is another. Read on to discover why creating space comes with its highs and its lows.
Your body is so much more than something to be carved, chipped away at, despised and fought with. If your thought your body was your greatest teacher, able to inspire and guide you, would it be possible to find true love for the skin you are in?
How do you feel about 2017? How would you feel if you knew you had a unique purpose to be in this world? And how can restorative yoga and yoga nidra be part of radical action taking? Read on, dear ones!
As we slowing start to ascend towards the light, it can be easy to try and ignore the fact that we are still in the wintery darkness. With stillness, reflection and contemplation, the darkness of winter can be a boon to our spiritual practice. Here's why it isn't always about the light.