• Injured

    Last week we were exploring feeling in the body from the calm relaxed space of the Para Sympathetic Nervous system. Apart from the obvious benefits of feeling relaxed, plus the physiological and psychological importance of spending time out of our stress response, being in this space prevents injury. I know ALL about injuries. In October […]

  • Body

    This week and probably next we’re looking at aspects of the body. Don’t we do that every week? Well, yes and no. Although in the West, yoga is primarily a physical practice, we are often completely disconnected from our bodies – even when practicing. I’ve mentioned before how many of us (including me!) live our […]

  • Saturday Classes at The Yoga House

    Saturday Class at The Yoga House I am so excited to launch my class at The Yoga House, a purpose built studio just off Warwick Park. This class will be a hatha flow style class suitable for all. Expect some breathwork, meditation, gentle warm up, the slow flow sequences and some holding poses. Beginners and […]

  • Mindful Communication Workshop: 14 October

    I spent over 15 years managing global projects in insurance, consulting and investment banking, before retraining in yoga and mindfulness. I hope to bring my extensive corporate communications background plus mindfulness teaching together in a way that brings Mindful Communications alive for everyday use. In this workshop we’ll be looking at how to take mindfulness off […]

  • The Intellectual Mind

    This week we’re looking at our intellectual brain, the mind. I almost didn’t want to go here as I believe we are already too much in our heads already, and that we all think way too much. There are some who believe that thinking is the root of all evil, that the mind is the […]

  • Invisible

    Recently I was in Ibiza and there really is no better place that brings up all of my issues. Sitting on my favourite beach Cala Benirras, I wondered what draws me to this place, especially given that I’m not a partier so the usual Ibiza trappings aren’t my scene. And I realised that it’s this […]

  • Taking time for yourself

    I’m exhausted. Physically, mentally, emotionally – and spiritually. As well as holding space for others for many hours during the week, I’m also working through my own issues and stuff, which takes it toll. I love teaching but it is not cost free, and there comes a time when I just need to take time […]

  • NEW 8 Week Mindfulness Course starting October

    I am pleased to announce that I’m returning to Flow Tunbridge Wells to host the next 8 Week Mindfulness Course from 9th October 2017. This course will be held on Monday lunchtimes from 12.30pm – 2.00pm at Flow on Woodbury Park Road. The cost is £150.00 for the 8 week course. This includes the group classes, guided […]

  • Review: Tera-Mai Reiki with Dorothy Winter

    Continuing with my review of the wellbeing services I use in Tunbridge Wells, this week I’m looking at Dorothy Winter’s Tera-Mai reiki (full disclosure: Dot is my sister!) What it is Tera-Mai is a profound energy that balances the body and mind.It helps to reduce stress, aid relaxation and support the body to heal itself. […]

  • NEW CLASSES! Heart Centred Hatha Yoga

    NEW CLASSES! I’m excited to share these new Hatha yoga classes I’m teaching in the gorgeous studio at Flow Tunbridge Wells Heart Centred Hatha Yoga These hatha based class is for those who want to slow down and go deep into all the aspects of their practice, from asana (postures), to pranayama (breath awareness) and meditation. Asana […]

  • Review: Core Vitality

    Over the next few weeks I will be reviewing some of the wellbeing services I use in Tunbridge Wells. I use all of the of the services on a regular basis. These are all based on my personal experiences and the situation that I’m in. If you’re wondering if any of them are suitable for […]

  • 5 Ways to Beat the Heat (when you live in Britain, not Ibiza)

    I spent a summer living in Ibiza a couple of years ago where the temperature was regularly in the mid 30s.. sometimes even above 40 degrees. Sounds either idylllic or awful, depending on your response to heat. Ibiza has the sea, swimming pools, blackout blinds, tiled floors, air con (sometimes) and siestas. How can you […]