My Caesarean section birth: Birthing in a Pandemic

  t wasn’t an easy decision to make, to elect for a c section when I found out I was pregnant again. I did wonder if I would be able to birth physiologically and would have loved to have had the beautiful experience that so many of my amazing friends had experienced. But I carried […]

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Missing Link Challenge: The Masterpiece unveiled! (Ad)

Over the last few weeks, some of you might have seen and read that I have been running around London, trying my very best to draw the picture of this face; ‘Mr Link’,on a running app, All in joyous celebration of the launch of the amazing new film ‘Missing Link’ in partnership with Lionsgate UK. […]

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The Missing Link Challenge (AD)

I’m always up for a challenge, so when the lovely people at Lionsgate UK contacted me and asked me if would be up for the challenge of creating the face of the amazing character ‘Mr Link’, from the new animated film ‘Missing Link’ with my feet on a running app, I was like, ‘yeah of […]

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Staying Inspired as a Yoga Teacher

As a full-time yoga teacher it can be hard at times to stay inspired, to keep your cup full and stay fresh and excited about your offering. As we all know the saying goes ‘you can’t pour from an empty cup’. As yoga teachers we give a LOT and sometimes we can feel a little […]

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The global affects of physical Samskaras

There is very rarely symmetry in human form: It’s what makes us beautiful, real and unique. You can see proof when looking in to someone’s face; it is rare that you will see one side as an exact mirror of the other and it is the same within the inner workings of our body.  We […]

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