The cycle of Growth

The cycle of Growth Benjamin Franklin said “Our new Constitution is now established, everything seems to promise it will be durable; but, in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes,” And indeed he had a point. Our lives are changing so rapidly in this current world climate. It’s not only a world wide… Continue reading The cycle of Growth

Do you feel heard?

Do you feel heard? I know in my own life this has been one of the biggest struggles for me and in my home. The skill of listening to another does not come easy, and that is exactly what it is, listening is a skill. How about this as food for thought. When you learn… Continue reading Do you feel heard?

Warmth for Self, finding my boundaries through self inquiry

Warmth for Self, finding my boundaries through self inquiry I don’t do yoga for fitness. Fitness is not what inspires me to get out of bed in the morning. Fitness is not my why. It’s necessary and can be a secondary gain and not why I do yoga To know why is what creates the… Continue reading Warmth for Self, finding my boundaries through self inquiry

Embracing and understanding wholeness

Embracing and understanding wholeness Todays share is a tiny view into the world according to Madhu. I have read many texts and studied different types of healing and spirituality and have therefore come up with my own understandings of how I work, how a realisation feels for me and the meaning that I give to… Continue reading Embracing and understanding wholeness

Sacred Space

Sacred Space When I first started my daily practice of yoga, I lived in a tiny apartment with 2 small children and my husband. I rolled my mat out half under the dining/kitchen table and felt so awkward, trying to do this “stupid practice”. My love for yoga and this amazing path, thank goodness, was… Continue reading Sacred Space

Ishvapranidhanani, a big word with a big meaning

Ishvapranidhanani, a big word with a big meaning This morning I was recording a podcast with my dear friends Jill Harris, from Kyo Yoga and healing. We covered Kriya Yoga, the first Sutra of the second Chapter in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. I want to write today about Isvarapranidhanani , which in translation means, (Frans Moores,… Continue reading Ishvapranidhanani, a big word with a big meaning

A different Kind of Spring

A different Kind of Spring As we move deeper into the spring of 2020, I find myself having to surrender in order to reap the benefits of this changing season. Usually I would feel this spring impulse as a push forward, a surge within me to clean, reorganise and energetically clear every nook and cranny… Continue reading A different Kind of Spring

An insight to the daily practice of Yoga

An insight to the daily practice of Yoga As we move through this second 28 day challenge, I could never have imagined how deep an impact this could have on the lives of those that have chosen to take this journey. People are reporting different realisations about themselves and their lives, there is real transformational… Continue reading An insight to the daily practice of Yoga

Are you living your full Potential?

Are you living your full Potential? Today this is the focus I am bringing to your awareness. Today it’s all about YOU. The quintessential you…. To reach your full potential is to be the person you see in your minds eye and feel in your heart. The person you long to be. The person you… Continue reading Are you living your full Potential?