Monthly Archives: April 2011

Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 8 = Samadhi

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Samadhi is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 7 = Dhyana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dyana is … Continue reading

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Testimonial – Esther

“The only night I don’t have severe pain in my shoulder and down my arm [that keeps me awake] is when I have been to one of your Yoga classes. How can I replicate what you do at home so … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 6 = Dharana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dharana is … Continue reading

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Easter nest cupcakes recipe

Fortunately all the ingredients you will need can be bought at your local corner shop! You will need 6oz / 150g butter 4oz / 100g caster sugar 2 eggs 3oz / 75g self raising flour 1 oz / 25g drinking … Continue reading

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British Wheel of Yoga Congress – Day 3

For the final day of congress 2011, I was signed up for Lisa Petersen‘s workshop on ‘Being vs Doing’. Lisa is a student of Donna Farhi, a Yoga teacher I admire greatly and whose approach is quite different to other … Continue reading

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British Wheel Of Yoga Congress 2011 – Day 2

I did not sign up for the 7am classes – after two exceptionally early starts to get to London for meetings I planned for a lie-in instead. Those who did enjoyed a variety of classes led by Regional Wheel officers … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 5 = Pratyahara

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Pratyahara is … Continue reading

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British Wheel of Yoga Congress 1 (Friday night)

I arrived at Congress several hours late, tired, grubby and with sore feet (that is what a day of business meetings in London on a Friday, when the sun is shining for the first time in MONTHS does to me). … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 4 = Pranayama

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Pranayama is … Continue reading

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