Seasonal yoga for life Adopting a seasonal yoga practice helps us to live a balanced life both on and of the mat. In ancient traditions, the body is seen as part of the natural world rather than separate from it. Both Chinese Traditional Medicine and Ayurveda teach the importance of respecting the elements of nature. […]
I am currently teaching the Early Summer flow, which works to loosen the the connective tissue, and find space in mind and body. And we move some energy and open the heart.
Monday 6 – 7 p.m
Wednesday 7.30 – 8.30 p.m
Friday morning 7.45 a.m – 8.30 a.m
Weekly price of £5 for all three classes. Or £4 for single class.
I also offer 30-40 minute private on line sessions at a ‘lockdown’ price of £15. Classes tailored to your needs and requests.
What do you say when the world is turned upside down overnight? When new, and very real, concerns, new rules and new behaviour patterns change much of the world as we know it. I am surprised how quiet the world is. And never is this more true than when I lay down my mat […]
It’s official… David Beckham, Jennifer Aniston, Russell Brand, Ryan Gosling and Lady Gaga – they are all doing it. Some pretty busy people make time for a yoga practice so they must rate it highly. But how can yoga help you? Flexibility, strength and fitnesss The obvious one My experience is that most yoga students […]
From 20 -23 March we are very excited to be hosting our first Ayurvedic detox or Ama Pachana. If you are one of the many people wondering ‘What is an Ama Pachana anyway?’ then the best way to find out is to come along. You’ll get a chance to use our spectacular new yoga studio […]
What do you eat on a yoga retreat? One of the most common questions asked of retreat organisers is ‘what do you eat on a yoga retreat?’ And, depending on who is leading the retreat, and where you will be staying, the answer will differ. When you choose a yoga break it is generally assumed […]
Yogandspice was noted for food, foraging and five hours of yoga in the Guardian 10 of the best UK and wellbeing retreats. And of course our spectacular location. We are in the North York Moors National Park, but within walking distance of the beach. We know this is a special place. But it is […]
Yoga encourages us to be aware of the impact of our choices on our own health and that of the planet. As a species we haven’t done brilliantly so far. A retreat is an opportunity to live mindfully for a short period at least. To connect with yourself and the natural world By choosing a UK […]
Back in November I reached an all time high for daily screen time. An average of 4 hours 3 minutes every day for a week. But in that same period the Yogandspice Facebook reach, usually around 150, hit 2,638! This sums up my digital detox dilemma. And I don’t think I am alone. Screen time […]
Have a joyful festive season ……….however you spend it. We all know about FOMO: the Fear of Missing Out. But what about JOMO? Can we find joy in missing out? FOMO stems from social media posts where we are all having a great time. And Christmas and New Year provide ample photo opportunities – and […]