Firstly, thank you, to Guy for such an interesting post which was thoughtful, well structured and certainly made me stop and think about my practice. I was sat on a beach in Egypt, when I jotted down these thoughts and around 1630 I would return to my room, collect my mat and go out onto […]
Any dance lovers out there?
Anyone fancy doing their Ashtanga practice on stage during a DJ set at a dance-music festival this weekend?
Practice, practice, and then what?
This post was sparked by something I’ve been mulling over for some time now: the addictive aspect of asana practice. Last week on the Twitter shala the topic generated some interest so I decided to get some of my thoughts down. It’s worth making a note about context here. I practice traditional early morning Mysore […]
Lakshmi Goddess of Light
I know that the economic recession has been declared as officially over but my finances certainly don’t reflect that. In fact things are tighter now for us than they have been for at least 8 years. With this in mind one of my teachers suggested I practice a Mantra to invoke Lakshmi the Hindu Goddess […]
Making Global Connections
This week I’ve really been feeling the words spoken by Lisa, our Off The Mat victim for the February Newsletter. To the question “What do you enjoy most about your practise?” she replied “That it’s always there, and that you are able to hook into this amazing network of people wherever you are.” I was […]
New Ashtanga Brighton home page
Hello, Finally, I’ve redesigned the Ashtanga Brighton home page! The design is much more focused around the most popular sections of the website. I determined these from the site stats over the past year (if you’re interested, check out my slightly geeky post on the topic) Hopefully the redesign will improve sign-up to to receive […]