This last week has been all about new beginnings for me. I celebrated another birthday which was nice, taking the day off and generally chilled with my partner. Hannah bought me an awesome present – A book called “The Yoga of the Yogi” by Kausthub Desikachar, Krishnamacharya’s Grandson. It’s a lovely book which I bought […]
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A friend of mine has a flat in Bath and kindly let us stay while he’s away in Norway. Bath is a rather lovely city and I have a keen interest in the rich Roman history in England. So we drove to Bristol each morning to take part in the workshop which was hosted by […]
I’ve just spotted another workshop by Prem Carlisi and Heather Duplex on Scott’s website The Yoga Sessions So if you can’t make the workshops over Easter in Brighton then this is definitely worth checking out. It seems there are still spaces left!
At class yesterday Sarah and Shari were touting the latest in Ashtanga fashion wear in the form of vests with this fine message: “Keep calm and carry on”. It’s hilarious and so apt for us Ashtangis. One of the ideas that I’m exploring at the moment is: How do I create a sustainable practice? The […]
Yogis are fair weather creatures so it’s no coincidence that the two hottest days of the year so far, find Shari Berman returning to Brighton. Welcome back Shari! Another local Ashtangi Laura has also returned from a 6 month stint in India! So welcome back to you too! I look forward to catching up with […]
I found this on Hamish’s website: Sharath Rangaswamy, Assistant Director of the Astanga Yoga Research Institute in Mysore, will be teaching in London this summer as part of his European Tour. There will be 2 classes each day: Led primary series and Led Intermediate Series Dates: 23rd – 28th August, 2009 Venue: Camden Centre, Bidborough […]