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by Fiona McBride with Craig Smith (CRS Editorial) Inclusivity. Acceptance. Calm.  Three things we all crave in a world awash with uncertainty.  Physical and mental health are under the microscope at present, and with good reason. It is therefore important we look after ourselves and are able to convert those dreams for a more relaxed...
Join me for this hour of relaxing, resting restorative yoga practice. Restorative yoga practice is very relaxing and calming for the body and mind. This practice encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. You join me for an hour of slowing down and taking the opportunity to open your body through supportive, passive stretching. Restorative yoga...
Starting on Friday 14th May. A weekly 60 minute yoga class, (9am – 10am) happening across 5 consecutive weeks. This class offers a gentle, steady yoga practice. It is perfect for you if you’re new to yoga, or if you’re a regular yogi looking for a mindful practice. How much: £55 per person for the 5-weeks*...
Starting on Thursday 8th April. A weekly 60 minute yoga class, (9am – 10am) happening across 5 consecutive weeks. This class offers a gentle, steady yoga practice. It is perfect for you if you’re new to yoga, or if you’re a regular yogi looking for a mindful practice. What do you need: Yoga mat, comfy...
This month I was delighted to be featured in the Yoga Matters UK January Teacher Feature blog. Yoga Matters asked me to share answers to questions exploring: With a year that has been very different, what are some challenges I have faced as a yoga teacher in 2020?What has 2020 taught me and was I...
A 20 minute breath practice to help us pause, breathe and centre ourselves Making time in your day to shift from the busyness and uncertainty of the world around us, to creating a little moment of calm for yourself. Using the breath as a tool, we can invite feelings of being grounded, calm and letting...

Restorative yoga

30 December 20200
When was the last time you slowed right down and allowed yourself to rest? As the name suggests, we invite the body to ‘restore’ by tuning into its parasympathetic nervous system, which helps the body to rest, heal and restore balance. The practice of restorative yoga encourages physical, mental and emotional relaxation. It is yoga...