In the 90’s I attended a 9-month intuitive counseling training. I was in my late 20’s and very new to anything to do with therapy or self-reflection. I took to the whole thing like a duck to water utilizing my sensitive and intuitive nature to nurture and support others. These days everybody is some sort … More The value of what you offer
First impressions are everything when you’re just starting out as a yoga teacher. When I met my first teacher, Louisa Sear we were both at a creative dance class. I couldn’t help notice her back bending effortlessly to the pumping music. A few days later we met on the street. Her laugh was contagious. She … More It Happens at Hello
It’s a dog eat dog world out there when it comes to choosing your yoga teacher training. I was lucky. When I started studying to be a teacher there was no such thing. There was just me and my mentor. Lots of days spent watching, taking notes, carrying blocks and handing out straps. I learned … More The 4 things I wish I’d known before taking my yoga teacher training
It happened to me too…. I told myself that either it never happened or that it was love. A stolen kiss, an accidental fondle, a flash in a stopped car, a connection that took me by surprise. Each time one of these events occurred I accepted it as normal. I never looked at it as … More It happened to me too…
Hey there…it’s been a while So far this year has been big, I moved into a new home, was offered a publishing deal for my book on Yoga for Diabetes, How to Manage your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda and officially entered menopause. Having a place to hang my hat has been monumental. I can’t … More The Yoga of Writing
If only I could forget the time my prepubescent friends and I decided to play strip “Go Fish”. But I can’t. There’s something about vulnerability and exposure that cuts to the core. It started innocently enough, we couldn’t have been more then 8. We were all dressed in our pyjamas. I was actually acing the … More Is it Safe to Bare All?