Yoga and meditation.
The first taste of yoga came whilst living on a mountain in Canada in 2014 from lovely Sarah Elliman and lasted about 10 minutes before it was given up for a lost cause. It wasn’t until over a year later after having a free taster class with Rachel Wyatt and then enrolling in her phenomenal class at the amazing @tidal.elements
healing arts studio, facilitated by the wonderful Katherine Reiber, that the benefits really started to be felt. Incorporated with a weekly mediation class with incredible teacher Sharon van Buuren it was here the teaching of how connected mind, body and spirit are and how alternative methods of therapy can help heal us on a deeper level.
Over the next few years the time on the mat and spent in meditation would vary, though in times of woe they would become a place of sanctuary. In February of this year the practice would begin again when the spark was reignited by the brilliant Helen Gilbertson @yogabellauk
who’s welcoming classes provided everything that was needed at the the time and hopefully soon these classes will resume.
About 10 weeks ago when all of our circumstances were changing a friend @yogawithorissa
sent a message explaining she was thinking of doing some live online yoga classes. I had spent some really enjoyable time with her whilst travelling though had no idea of her knowledge in yoga as at the time it was barely a thought never mind a topic of conversation.
Her classes have been so unbelievably good that for the first two weeks we were doing two a day, which meant practising at 1am because of the time difference. These classes with their transcendental ability and beautiful flow have been a gift and a privilege to be a part of. Thanks so so much Orissa and to everyone who has been part of this part the journey. Namaste 🙏
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