I stumbled across this blog post written by Carlos Fernandez de Castor in March 2012 about practicing in Mysore. It’s poetic, whimsical and deeply devotional – I don’t have much to add except that dedicated practice is not just exercise!
Joey Miles returns to Brighton this April
I’m very pleased to announce that Joey Miles is returning to Brighton for another inspiring weekend of practice, chanting and yoga philosophy. The workshop will be held over the 6th and 7th of April and held at Ralli hall. His previous workshops have been a great success and always sell out early. Details of the […]
be kind, rewind
Happy new year! Check out my video diary of the highlights of 2012 and find out what lies ahead in 2013.
The ultimate drink for ashtangis
Coco loco! Last year in August while practicing with Sharath for a week in London I discovered the most delicious coconut water branded as Vita Coco. As is well documented around the web in various blog posts there is a tradition for Ashtangis to take coconut water after practice in Mysore at the now world […]
Brighton gets 2 authorised teachers
I’m very pleased to announce that my good friends Jess and Laura have been authorised by Sharath on their last trip to Mysore and have returned to Brighton to teach. They are teaching morning Mysore style classes at Yoga Haven starting tomorrow Sun 4th November. Check out their new website Brighton Ashtanga Shala to see […]
Joey Miles workshop review
Hebden Bridge October 2012 I met Joey and Donna about 5 years ago at Santosha yoga camp near Glastonbury where he was teaching. For those who don’t know, Joey is one of the most advanced Ashtanga practitioners in the UK. Wow, sounds impressive doesn’t it? What’s even more impressive is that it’s not gone to […]