Studio road-tripping #26

I have been on the road back to the sea and back to the shire busy writing scripts for my Kids Meditation.  It's been exciting and tiring and inspirational so far.  Tapping into the creativity part of my brain, I honestly feel like it's been a breakthrough. I have been meeting and connecting with some amazing people. I have an amazing pianist who I am collaborating with, an amazing designer, and mentor that I am meeting today.   I am going up and up and up!

I am not only reaching out to people who are skilled and lovely to work with who understand my vision, I am becoming more and more determined to reach my goals.  Keeping a strict regime of getting a balance between my personal yoga practice and teaching, curating my Kids products it's really important to not get stressed out.

I have realised so far as anyone who has started their own business it's tough.  Being able to be flexible enough to put a different hat on in all the parts of my business can be really challenging.

Every time I hit a brick wall, it spurs me on harder.  I know that throughout  my medical and cognitive challenges I continue to face over the past few years, despite this I still want to start my dream of running my own business. So I can try and be flexible to manage both and give peace and love to others (as cheesy as it sounds).  The podcast will be a real help to all children to help them relax and find peace in their minds.  I hope to encourage yoga and wellbeing to all in anyway I can.

My next mission.  Find the cash to really start things moving....

Fingers crossed 


Namaste Xx




Finding my way through the stormy clouds  

Finding my way through the stormy clouds  

The OM Show London #24

I went to Alexandra Palace in North London to go to the OM Yoga Show.  I got stuck in to my first workshop.  There was a lot to fit in, when I arrived I attended an amazing hip opener class, the best way to start the day.  OWCH!  It was an amazing feeling and it definitely helped me gain flexibility for the rest of the day for sure.  

The teacher even said in the class if you want to cry, now could be a good time!  The hip opener series can let out a lot of emotions.  I then tried Eka Pada Sirsasana the good old - 'Foot-behind-the-head-pose'.  Yes it does what it says on the tin.  Still something to keep on practicing to master that one.  It is really beneficial for activating the fire energy so it helps your body digest your food quickly.  Perfect for my post huge breakfast digestion anyway!

There was endless treats, delicious food, new equipment, more classes and lectures.  There was such a great variety of things to what an inspirational day!



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