All tagged yoga

10 Reasons Why Everyone Should Have Their Own Life Coach

Have you ever worked with a life coach?  Do you think that you shouldn't need to work with one because you are a yoga teacher and surely you should know what you are doing with your life? I used to think like this. Life coaches were for people who were having a life crisis. Life coaches were not for people who were succeeding at life. My view changed after participating in a life coaching session on abundance and my relationship with money shifted dramatically. I now speak with my coach on a regular basis.

Keeping #YogaSober

Dear Yoga Teacher,

I’ve got something I need to say to you and I’m going to sound like a party pooper.

Please correct me if I’m wrong, but I can’t remember reading anywhere in the Bhagavad Gita that a fine glass of Merlot goes down well after a challenging Vinyasa class and I don’t think Patanjali was ever found to be swigging on a beer during practice.

Sober Curious? 4 Tips to Help you Maintain your Sobriety this Christmas.

It's coming up to that time of year when anything goes because it's Christmas. At the height of my addiction I would go on a month long drinking binge, December was a blur of parties and alcohol, I loved the excuse that Christmas gave me to drink.  I can't remember how many times I tricked myself into drinking another bottle of wine "because it's Christmas." I've been sober since 28th December 2016 and today I wanted to share with you how you too can maintain your sobriety even during the festive season.

    Yin'ing at Life

    Do you love to run headlong at life?  Do you feel guilty if you don't put 100% into everything that you do?  Do you have to be the best at everything?  I know I do, it's the only way to get results right? Well not exactly. In fact, running headlong into life, full steam ahead is the sure fire way to reach burn out or adrenal fatigue. We all need some downtime, especially if you are an adrenilin junkie perfectionist like me.

    Alcohol. Friend or Foe?

    Alcohol. What do you think about it? Is it a harmless even healthy addition to a meal, it helps you to relax and socialise or is it addictive, deadly and more dangerous than crack cocaine?  For me it will always be the latter.