7 Common Myths About Meditation Debunked

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Many people are put off by the idea of meditation, even though they know it’s good for them. Here I’m going to debunk these common myths about meditation, and convince the haters to give it a go.

TOP 10 Gift Ideas for Yoga Enthusiasts & Yoga Teachers

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Let’s say you have a friend that’s into yoga and you have no idea what to buy them.  Or perhaps they’ve got all the right yoga clothes and gear, so you need to think outside the box.  After practicing yoga for 26 years and training hundreds of teachers around the world, these are my top … Read more

New Year, New Routine – 5 simple steps for a healthier, happier year.

Many people think Yoga is just about the poses that you see on Instagram. But there are many ethical, mental, and physical practices in this ancient philosophy, that can help us be less anxious and stressed. January is often a difficult month due to the come down of the Christmas holiday, having to anticipate what … Read more

An Easy 10-Step Moving Meditation

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This moving meditation is my basic variation of the classical yoga Sun Salutation flow. It is suitable for 5yrs+ and for even the stiffest of practitioners with a few easy modifications (see ‘How To’ and videos below). It heats up the body, strengthens the heart and lungs and all the major muscle groups from head to toe. It is a cardiovascular exercise that will stretch and tone muscle, and burn fat. However there are a few things to remember to make this a moving meditation and not just another exercise

Meditating on Fading Art: How To Use a Buddha Board

Searching online for some different mindfulness or meditation tools I could use with my clients with ADHD, Autism and special needs, I ended up coming across something that is now one of my own TOP 3 meditation techniques (watch the VIDEO of me using it below, but excuse my rubbish art!)
For €30.00 on Amazon I discovered the Buddha Board, where whatever you paint on it with water, slowly fades away and can be endlessly re-used.

The Easiest Way To Practice Mindfulness

There are things you do every day that become part of your weekly routine. Neurologically these everyday tasks become short linked so that you’re not wasting unnecessary time and brain energy. For instance, think back to the first time you were ever taught to brush your teeth or ride a bicycle. If your muscles and brain had to work that hard each time to recall how to perform these actions, you’d only get 4 things done a day! Therefore these daily activities become automatic and we often find that we’re off thinking about other things, or not even paying attention, when driving or washing etc.

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