New Classes in Glasgow!

I’m super excited to announce that, in addition to my regular classes at Hope Studio in the city centre, I will also be teaching 4 new classes at the Movement Studio, in the West End of Glasgow, from the 28th July. On Mondays I’ll be teaching Ashtanga Foundations 10-11am and lunchtime yoga from 12.30-1.15pm, and on Sundays I’ll be leading Ashtanga Foundations from 10.30-11.30am and Yin Yoga from 5-6.15pm. I’ll be posting some info about what both Ashtanga and Yin involve (in case you’re not sure!) in the next few days so keep an eye out! Follow my Facebook page too, as I might be posting some special offers for these classes soon 😉

Think you don’t have have time for yoga? Think again! Yoga for busy people: a short 15 minute flow

One of the biggest obstacles to health and wellness is… Time. Not having enough of it. We all know we should be exercising at least 30 minutes 5-6 times a week, but combining this with work, commuting, cooking (since we should also be trying not to eat processed, prepackaged food) and eating, plus spending time with our loved ones each day… It can feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day! Believe me, I know this feeling. Yet this shouldn’t be an excuse to skip practices – such as exercise and self-care – that are so fundamental to good health and wellbeing. So, what’s the solution? Continue reading “Think you don’t have have time for yoga? Think again! Yoga for busy people: a short 15 minute flow”

Considering a YTT? 5 reasons you should choose All Yoga

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Are you considering doing a yoga teacher training course? Even if you don’t plan on becoming a yoga teacher, I guarantee that doing a YTT course will be a life-changing experience – a chance to deepen your practice, to make friends for life, and to learn things about yourself that you never knew before. But there are so many teacher trainings out there, how do you know which one to choose? Continue reading “Considering a YTT? 5 reasons you should choose All Yoga”

The hardest part of a yoga teacher training (and it’s not what you think!)

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If I asked you to guess what the hardest part of doing a yoga teacher training (YTT) is, I’m guessing you’d probably say something like ‘getting into _____ (insert really hard pose here)’, or ‘learning the names of all the *asanas in sankrit’ (although, yes, that is pretty hard!). But, for me, the biggest obstacle I had to overcome in completing my YTT was feeling like I wasn’t good enough at yoga to be able to teach it. In other words, that ol’ buddy: self-doubt. Continue reading “The hardest part of a yoga teacher training (and it’s not what you think!)”