Monthly Archives: March 2020

‘Everything changes in a blink of an eye’ – Buddha

There is no greater opportunity than now to look at the part you choose to play in the greater world. Of course no one likes change or hardship of any sort. Buddhism teaches us that change is good and suffering is necessary. We all want everything to be easy and to feel no pain in [...]

By |2020-04-16T11:07:25+01:00March 24th, 2020|accepting change, life, love, pain|0 Comments

Five reflections from the Corona Virus

1.Non-Judgement - Many of us have come to realise that some of our ideas actually create separation and segregation from those who we love and care about and to heal we must alter our language and expression.  We need to observe staying in the moment rather than having fear take over, connecting with each other [...]

It’s not about the germ, it’s about the terrain!

“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” Krishnamurti. All malads of the body and mind start with some sort of inflammation, this includes depression, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, dementia,  fibromyalgia, heart disease, anxiety, ADHD, autism and so many more. There is no separation from brain to gut and [...]

Five anatomy myths that Pilates and Yoga teachers make

So I speak from experience here as i’ve had over 30 years in the fitness and dance business; 25 of those years were as a pilates/yoga teacher, and just under 20 years of those were owning commercial studios. Here are five of the many anatomy myths that i’ve encountered over the years. I now offer [...]

By |2020-03-07T17:54:56+00:00March 6th, 2020|anatomy, back pain, pain|0 Comments

Who looks outside dreams, who looks inside awakens – Carl Jung

We are stimulated by external knowledge and information constantly. As commented by the American psychiatrist Edward Hallowell, “never in human history, our brains had to process so much information as today. We have now a generation of people who spend many hours in front of a computer monitor or a cell phone and who are so [...]


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