Almost three weeks ago, Mummy took one look at my face and asked me out right: "Why on earth did you book a camping trip anyway?!" "I have no idea", I groaned. I never have been a fan of getting dressed while lying down, or of being in a semi-permanent state of "damp and soggy", … Continue reading You know you’re camping in Canada when…
Since I got back to the UK, lots of my friends have been asking me the same thing: “What were your top three moments?” I think they might be bored of me harping on… So, in order, here’s a BRIEF run-down of the “Top 3”: Number 1: Sunset at the end of my first yoga … Continue reading The Top Three: Sunsets, Tops Off and Smoothie Bowls
Almost exactly a year ago – let me just reiterate that, AN ENTIRE YEAR AGO – I found myself sitting in front of a tarot card reader at an office summer party. I had stumbled in a little tipsy and, having never seen a psychic before, had no idea what to expect. Nonetheless, I was … Continue reading Precisely Zero Snogs
If you’re totally new to yoga and looking for a place to start, this guide might help you navigate your way through yoga studio schedules. In theory, all styles of yoga are suitable for beginners, as you can modify every pose and use props to make it easier. But, there are definitely some styles that … Continue reading New to yoga?
Having spent almost all of my time in Bali in Ubud, where it loves to rain, I decided to head to the beach in search of a tan. I met up with a group of yoga mates on the South coast of Bali, in Uluwatu. It's a surfer's paradise with stunning cliffs that plunge into … Continue reading Sunburn and Surfers in Uluwatu
I'd never heard of Anusara yoga, until I signed up for its yoga teacher training. But the teacher, Bridget Woods Kramer, came highly recommended, so I decided to take a leap of faith and give it a whirl. I was nervous and didn't know quite what to expect. The first class started off with a … Continue reading Yoga Teacher Training: Anusara
I had no idea what to expect from Bali Spirit Festival. I just knew it was a yoga festival held in a beautiful place. I was thrilled to try LOADS of different styles of yoga, including Jivamukti, Kundalini, Embodied Flow, Thai Yoga Massage, Transformational Alignment Based Yoga, Forrest Yoga, Laughter Yoga (HILARIOUS) and Yoga Nidra. … Continue reading The Weird And The Wonderful: Bali Spirit Festival 2017