Yoga Blog

Top tips for staying tip top this autumn

Well, we are definitely into Autumn now. The leaves are turning and starting to fall, the nights are drawing in, there’s a cool nip in the air and I’m back in thermals (actually I’ve hardly been out of them this year!). According to Ayervedic wisdom Autumn is a dry, cool, erratic and windy season. This has more…

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Let the sunshine in

Those of you who attend my classes will know that I recently took part in a sponsored Sun Sequence (Surya Namaskar) event, with Dru Yoga North. We had to do 108 complete rounds in the first 3 weeks of September, which I happily did. I then committed to doing 108 complete rounds on Sunday September more…

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Focus on a healthy Autumn

As I write this, Inside Out’s Autumn term is getting under way, so I thought I’d take this oppotunity to share with you some of the things we are going to be focussing on in class, as we head towards Christmas. The team and I have had some happy hours planning our autumn sessions. We were more…

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Give your dreams wings

What a yogi can learn from the Olympics

In my last but one post I was commenting on the Olympics and all the positive things that I felt came out of the event. I especially loved the positive attitudes of the athletes with their determination and drive, and this got me thinking about the goals I set myself (or to be honest, lack of goals I more…

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Need some Sun?

Could this be you?

It’s raining… again… I know that in many countries rain is a blessing and I try really hard not to let it affect my mood, but the truth is I am a sun worshipper! I love the Sun – I love the feel of it on my skin, warming, relaxing and rejuvenating, and I love more…

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What can a yogi learn from the Olympics?

I don’t know about you but I have been absolutely hooked on the Olympics. I say this with some surprise because, I’m not as a rule, a sports fan, however there is something about the Olympics that I just find addictive. I love the positive atmosphere, I love the fact that so many people compete more…

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We have ways of making you practise during the summer holidays…

Summer has officially arrived, the sun is out, schools have broken up and many of us are thinking of our holidays…but what concerns me, is what about your yoga practise?!  So, whilst Inside Out takes it’s summer break I thought I’d better give you some ideas to keep you on the yoga path until September. First thing to remember, is that you more…

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Eat to sleep – food to ease insomnia

Hopefully, my previous posts on sleep have had you drifting off to the land of nod as soon as your head hits the pillow (…because my advice has been helpful and not because my blogs are boring!). Thought I’d just share a couple of diet related tips which I hope help you too. Bedtime snacks: more…

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Stay ahead of the crowd with Inside Out

Visit and 'Like' Us on Facebook

I hope you’ve all been “Liking” our new Facebook page – www.facebook.com/insideoutdruyoga if you’ve not already looked! I don’t know about you but I am finding social media quite addictive and I love it when I get notification that I’ve been “liked”! (Or maybe I just need to get out more!?) Apparently, though, I’m not alone in more…

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Facebook – please like us!

Inside Out now has a Facebook page! You’ll find us at www.facebook.com/insideoutdruyoga – please be-friend us! Yes, I am now a fully paid up member of the 21st century. Those of you who know me, will know that technology is not my strong point, however I have made determined effort this last couple of years more…

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