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June 18, 2017

Niyama

These are internal observances that lead on from the Yama’s. Niyama provides guidance on creating a positive environment in which to grow

Saucha – Translates to living purely. This involves maintain cleanliness in your life, including what you consume both physica...

May 14, 2017

There are five Yama’s that relate to ethical standards and characteristics that apply to both our yoga practice and everyday life.

Ahisma – Translates to non-violence, this relates not only to others but non-violence toward ourselves. Self-acceptance is one of...

April 30, 2017

We meditate on the breath as it is with us at all times to access, it has a direct link to how our physical body feels and responds to situations.

The natural breath is connected to the body, mind and unconscious mind to support grounding in this reality. By drawi...

April 21, 2017

Regular practice of meditation can have positive benefits to all aspects of your life, this includes reducing stress, anxiety and other health related issues. Meditation can also improve the quality of your sleep, ability to cope with day to day life, increase your lev...

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