Hands on, Hands off – Moving between Aha and Uh-Uh – Workshop

Moving a student to their Ah-Ah moment is a life affirming experience for yoga teachers. But it can so easily go to Uh-Uh. This is a workshop for those in the alternative fitness area who love to help

Plumbing our Depths – WATER

Fear and our water element are intimately connected. Read how we can better balance our water element and manage our fear.

LET THE NUMBERS SPEAK – OUR ANZA WANDERINGYOGI STATS

Oh no, a yogi who knows their numbers.  I had to start analysing trends in our yoga - we are two years old (I have wanted to do it before now, but have resisted the desire, one way of me practicing aparigraha, the letting go of my past work life). The questions we get around … Continue reading LET THE NUMBERS SPEAK – OUR ANZA WANDERINGYOGI STATS

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2016 Year in Review – Swings and Roundabouts

My great grandmother used to describe the rolling events of life as swings and roundabouts.  We are in our first year of ANZA WanderingYogis and we just keep on getting better and better. Why have we been so successful? Word of mouth - you tell others, and so on it goes.  For example, our yin … Continue reading 2016 Year in Review – Swings and Roundabouts

THE KING IS WEARING NO CLOTHES…

The headstand is considered the King of yoga poses. Lee explores this concept and found out just how few clothes this emperor is wearing...

Why Vasisthasana looks so simple, yet ain’t…

I love side plank, but I used to avoid doing it.  Such a simple looking pose with so much energy.  In WanderingYogi classes, many people struggle with it. Common complaints are 'my wrists hurt', 'my arm wobbles', 'it hurts in the back'.  Holding the asana for one minute is a real challenge. From a yoga … Continue reading Why Vasisthasana looks so simple, yet ain’t…

Ashtanga Namaskar – Knees, Chest, and Chin

I was out at one of the many trendy bars in Singapore, with 400 or so other members of an international club. I got chatting with one member, who was group lead for the philosophy network. He comes from a country of Sufi Muslims, and was describing the requirement to prostrate yourself 5 times a … Continue reading Ashtanga Namaskar – Knees, Chest, and Chin

Hero and Friend – the Warrior Poses achieve the impossible

“Today, I achieve the impossible. I am whole, healthy and vibrant and capable of amazing things. I bring all my power and care to my practice. As I experience the impossible, I honour my heart and soul which have enabled this. I honour my body, and know that for me, making the amazing possible will … Continue reading Hero and Friend – the Warrior Poses achieve the impossible