A venue change!

Just when you think every thing is goes to plan, something happens, and all change..!

That’s where yoga has helped me, to deal with things in a lighter way. It doesn’t make matters go away, but it helps you look at things in a different light. When life is not going as one thought, it’s ok! Life is forever changing, nothing can stay the same. Things happen in life, and we just make the change and get on. I’m a great believer that things happen for a reason.

So as you know our next charity yoga event (Charity Warriors) is on Sunday 9th July, 11.45am-1.15pm. We’re sorry to say we have had to change our venue, it will now be held at Hughes Hall, and if it’s a beautiful day we will be in the garden grounds (if not we will be in the Pavilion room).

Please book your mat spaces on eventbrite.co.uk for £10, where all proceeds will go to Red Balloon Charity. We would love for you to stay afterwards, and join us for tea, cake, and nibbles, if you are free!



Organising our 5th yoga charity event.

   Fitting in life with two busy schedules is some what challenging at times but doable.
We try to make each event slightly different in one way or another to keep it individual every time. It always has a fun aspect to them as we cater for all abilities.

Giving back to the community makes it all worth while for us. To help raise awareness and money for different local charities. Also to see happy refreshed people after our event is very rewarding, especially when there are people who have never done yoga before enjoying the experience.

we have been lucky enough to have a good support network in Cambridge to get venues and photographers for free, also in the past great companies that have supported us with our goodie bags.

But most importantly the amazing yogis that come along and support us! and sorry also the great people whom have donated money but unfortunately couldn’t make it, you all helped us make a little difference somewhere in the world!
Our next event (aka.Charity Warriors) is on Sunday 9th July at Cofifteen 11.45am-1.15pm for the Red Balloon charity. Check our my Facebook page for more details.IMG_1927


Men and flexibility…..

I saw a post about a dad doing yoga and how with determination over time he ended up being able to touch his toes.

I know that’s not what yoga is about, but when you see a happy face as somebody becomes more subtle than they thought they could be? For me, that happy face is what yoga is about for, especially when their practice has not been about ego.

It happened in my class recently with a university student. At the end  he happily came up to and proudly told me that he touched his toes today. To profound moment was amazing to see.

Sending your life force breath in to every part of your body helps give the ability to move how ever small or big your movements are .

Once your mind is focused wth awarness of your breath, anything can happen, from consistent and fluid stretching, to strengthening with a mindful pratice,and everything inbetween.

This can happen for anyone its just about your breath. So Breathe.