I’ve always believed that we hold emotions in our bodies. And there’s no greater proof than having a daily Ashtanga practice. When you’re on the mat doing your thing, there’s literally nowhere to hide. It’s just you and your emotions. And the practice of course.
Author Archive | Hannah Moss
Hannah makes the link between two of her favourite subjects, yoga and nutrition, sharing her insights into how the five yamas of yogic philosophy can be applied to her own recently discovered principles of healthy eating.
Sat 1st – Sun 2nd Sep 2012 Check out Joey’s October weekend workshop in Hebden Bridge I was really looking forward to Joey’s weekend workshop as I knew it would be inspiring, engaging and intense – and he didn’t disappoint! He likes to work people hard and has a really good understanding of the physics […]
In mid August we took a week’s holiday from work to practice with Sharath in London as part of his European Tour. We had been planning to commute from Brighton which would have entailed a 3am start to catch the first train to King’s Cross every day, but even we’re not quite that insane. Luckily […]
We’d been looking forward to John Scott’s evening workshops for some time, so it was with some considerable disappointment that we missed the first session due to the burst water pipe in Croydon which plunged the whole of the south east into complete chaos. Luckily we made it up to Stillpoint Yoga on the second […]
We recently heard the exciting news that our dear friend Shari Berman has opened an Ashtanga shala in the heart of Maui’s North Shore. I’m sure those who have had the pleasure of meeting and practising with Shari while she was here in Brighton the last two summers will agree with us when we say […]