Yoga for the Party Season

Doing yoga every day can be hard, especially in December when it’s cold, dark, and it’s never been two hours (two hours!) since you last ate. (Yoga on a full stomach will have you reaching for the Gaviscon.) With all the shopping dashes and after-work drinks, the wine mulling, ice-skating, and mince-pie making to beContinue reading “Yoga for the Party Season”

When yoga runs hamok

I’ve always loved hammocks, mainly because when I’m in one it makes it easier to imagine I’m sailing across an ungirdled ocean, taking a quick nap between duties as a pirate with a shiny cutlass and a pocket full of wormy biscuits. A nice arcadian rhythm, if you will, between running amok and running hammock. Unfortunately, yoga rules out allContinue reading “When yoga runs hamok”

Make an asana out of yourself

Like many yoga teachers, I practise yoga regularly because it puts me one step closer to nailing a lifelong goal of getting my legs behind my head. But apart from having your right foot hooked around your left ear, one of the best things about yoga is the pose names. Not so much the onesContinue reading “Make an asana out of yourself”