Browsing Tag Winter yoga

Embrace the dark

It’s no surprise that many traditions have celebrations that honour the light at this time of year. They remind us that the light is always there even in these dark winter months. They bring hope, comfort and joy. We are about to enter into our shortest day this weekend, the winter solstice, a time when more…

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Stay well this winter

Surya (Sun) mudra

There are a lot of winter bugs around at the moment. I know this full well, as I was in quarantine here at Inside Out HQ for over a week. I know full well the misery of these flu germs! I also know how important it is to take time out, rest and keep away more…

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Take time out to be poorly and heal

Surya (Sun) mudra

There are a lot of winter bugs around at the moment. I, myself, have been in quarantine here at Inside Out HQ, and know full well the misery of these flu germs! I also know how important it is to take time out, rest and keep away from others if you do come down with more…

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Beat those winter bugs

Support your digestive and immune systems.

In the second of my festive posts, I’m going to look at a few ways to support our immune systems. How many times have you found yourself full of cold or with a tummy upset when you were looking forward to a break? This is a common phenomena when we finally unwind after a busy more…

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Dreaming of a stress free Christmas?

In the run up to Christmas, I thought it would be nice to post a blog each week on the theme of keeping your equilibrium at this busy time of year. If you are dreaming of a stress free Christmas, you can make that your reality with our simple yet effective tips, and it will more…

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Wishing you a very merry and healthy Christmas

For my final blog of the year, I thought I would leave you with my festive season survival kit – yoga focussed on keeping you healthy this Christmas. If you’ve been at classes the last couple of weeks you will be familiar with the practises, so I hope this will just remind you of some more…

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Winter warmers

My last blog was all about yoga practises to keep you healthy this winter and I promised you some non yoga winter warmers for this blog – which I would like to point out, do not involve alcohol (!!), as some of you suggested! And no, you can’t dress up a hot whisky toddy as medicinal! As we know, more…

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In the deep mid-winter…

Winter is a time of rest and consolidation – recovering from the autumn harvest and preparing for the energetic burst into spring. I always think it is a bit of a contradiction that we are so busy in winter time – working and partying hard, preparing for the festive season, launching into new year resolutions – more…

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