We retuned home to the UK from our epic travels in May 2020 and I’m (still) lost for words. I’m less sure of anything now than I ever was... Old systems and structures seem less important and some even meaningless and new possibilities feel within reach... I wanted to share a few of my favourite… Continue reading My search for meaning
The bags are packed (quite likely overpacked), the lists are crossed (I’m sure I’ve forgotten something), the kids are prepped (I’m worried they’ll get homesick) and Sat and I have hardly had a moment to ‘check-in’ between admin, renting out our home and getting the business in order. People have shared so many lovely wishes… Continue reading The night before departure
T - minus 13 days folks and since my last post two months ago A LOT has happened... The kids are lapping up the summer holidays (having officially exited the tradtional education system), I quit my corporate job and Sat has been busy working and simultaneously getting systems in place so that he can work remotely.… Continue reading The count down to our travels begins
St. Albans is beautiful but the world is waiting...
Hello my friends This year we’ve enjoyed a long and sunny summer but as September kicks in there’s definitely a sense of gear-change. The kids are heading back to school (yay!), plans for the forthcoming quarter are being finalised and new routines and rituals are being implemented. I welcome these changes in with yoga. Actually I… Continue reading Welcoming all that is new…
September 2016 Dear Friends This year we’ve enjoyed a long and sunny summer but as September kicks in there’s definitely a sense of gear-change. The kids are heading back to school (yay!), plans for the forthcoming quarter are being finalised and new routines and rituals are being implemented. Let’s open our hearts and welcome these… Continue reading Back to (yoga) school
Such a beautiful video... 10 minutes of oxygen to the heart, to the brain, to the soul. Sit, soften, listen... and breathe. A Place Called Gratitude Produced by Visible Origami, read by Patrick Willis.
Life is the Shrine, the Journey and the Way. - Baul Song
It will take care of itself. Be here now.
Believe your heart.
Rewilding the soul comes in so many forms and I've recently found a way. IF mother nature and our earthly archetypal ancestors call to you then check out the work of the incredible Treesisters at http://www.treesisters.org. Join the movement. Help to reforest the tropics and help yourself too... The inner and outer work they do is… Continue reading Rewilding the soul… with the Treesisters