As for life, the practice of Yoga evolves through unseen small actions that build expanding capacity for growth, strength and resilience. The process leads to a more conscious, integrated and energised experience that enables us to uphold our own life-force with clarity and a sense of purpose.
When we practice we trans-form. We move from shape to shape, internally reorganising throught the invisible process of change, tracing a path of aligned subtle actions defined by ancient teachings as valid today as they were thousands years ago.
Trailing the notional place of ‘doing’ to the multidimensional expanse of ‘being’, we journey through physical movements and breathing detours, refining attention and intention, merging with the space of inner reflection and evolutionary discovery. As we trans-form our perception and understanding we unveil the narrative that inhibits our potential, activating a powerful alchemical process that restores agency and integrity at the many levels of our existence.
Yoga Stops Traffic 2021
Thanks to all of you who participated. We raised £200 and supported a campaing that globally has raised a total of £24,546!!
“…more important than the idea of discipline is what discipline is creating.”
I, Me and Mine
Inquisitive, restless, permanently seeking and still learning not to take myself too seriously! I owe my developing playfulness to the many teachers of Yoga and beyond, who roused my curiosity and kept me closer to a sense of wonder in the search for connection and integration. They taught me that the demands of evolution-centered practices require us to put asides limited beliefs and embrace the creative joy of inner freedom.
My gratitude to Swami Shantamurti, Linda Thompson, Doug Keller, Rod Stryker, Eddie Stern, Nikki Costello, Richard Freeman, Gary Carter, Mark Khan, Yogi Ashokananda, and the nameless guides whose paths I tread on.