Ocean Flow Fitness Teachers March 2018 I have the honour of presenting to you the two fabulous yoga teachers who will be covering the Ocean Flow Fitness yoga classes for the month of March. Both teachers have a wonderful energy and ethos that I’m sure you will easily connect with; as well as being highly knowledgable in not just yoga, but a whole range of movement and fitness disciplines. Ocean Flow really couldn’t be in better hands this March! Tiffany Eneas: I have been living and working within Health, Fitness and Wellbeing since the 80’s. With my passion for dance and fitness from a veryRead More →

Music singalong at sunset

90 minute yoga playlist Ocean Flow Fitness   Growing up under a lineage of passionate and somewhat accomplished dancers I was always going to have beats flowing through my soul. Ever since I can remember music has been an integral part of my life: from watching my Grandparents majestically whirl around a dance floor ballroom dancing, to sitting on the edges of mum’s secondary school contemporary dance classes when she was teaching. And my own explorations with dance, sound and vibrations from childhood dance classes to teenage hedonistic raves, then experiencing world music in all of its glorious shapes and colours as I’ve travelled aroundRead More →

Christmas season self care - Tradiational Chinese medicine

Self care at Christmas How to not let the holiday season bring you to a stand still Who doesn’t love Christmas? Well Okay there’s a few grumpy Scrooge’s out there would claim not to, but I for one am not one of those! Maybe passed onto me from my festive fanatic Mum, I need no encouraging come the 1st of December to start popping on the Christmas songs and popping open the bubbles and mince pies. December is the month when our to-do lists can run away with us; battling through the shops in the search for presents, work projects that need completing before theRead More →


Swimming, breath and Yoga – Parallels between moving meditations Swimming has always been a form of moving meditation to me, an escape into the cooling depths of my subconscious and a way to unblock creative flows. Ever since I can remember, everything from wild swimming in the sea to the rhythmic pacing up and down of swimming pool lanes monotonously counting the times I touch each end of the pool, has played an important role in my mental and physical well-being. When I was younger and suffering with a bad bout of depression I used swimming as a natural way to lift my mood andRead More →

Food and fitness diary of a yoga instructor

10 Day Food, Fitness & Work diary of a full time Yoga Instructor: 2 Being a full time yoga instructor has so many plus sides; I get to do what I love everyday and share my passion with the world, meeting some amazing souls along the way and helping people to connect with their bodies and minds in a positive way. I also have time in the day that others maybe wouldn’t to pursue my love of outdoor activities such as surfing, Paddle boarding and generally having the opportunity to get out in the fresh air if the weather permits. Office jobs never did suitRead More →


Flowing river meditation Breath consciousness, 2nd chakra, letting go of worries, nature visualisation, water element, accepting the flow of life/going with the flow, the senses. Start in a comfortable seated or lying down position, closing your eyes and settling into your breath. Notice the gentle inward and outward flow of your breath as it enters and leaves your body. Notice how your chest and your abdomen gently rise and fall as your breath flows through you. Now imagine that you can see a river in front of you…slowly walk towards the river until you’re standing on the bank of the river, at the river’s edge.Read More →

5 yoga props for home practices

5 Yoga props that will become your best friends in your home practice Practising yoga at home is normally a solitary, personal affair. And whilst we often appreciate these moments of solace and me time, it’s also nice to know that you have some on hand home support when you need it in the shape of yoga props. Forget expensive Shopping channelesque keep fit gadgets, these 5 simple props come at a minimal price, accessible to any budget, that’s if you don’t have them in your house already. Whether you use them to relax and restore, or as aids to advance your practice, the followingRead More →

The 5 Elements in Yoga and Ayurveda

The basic principles of The 5 Elements Everything in the universe is made up of the 5 elements. They are the base from which everything is formed. The building blocks of life. However; no one element is ever perceived in its pure state, instead every entity that exists in our cosmos is made up of a varying combination of the characteristics of the 5 elements. With the 5 elements we experience the crossover of Yoga with its sister science, Ayurveda. Both of these holistic practices interweave and merge in an act of balancing the characteristics of each element in our mental and physical being. UnderstandingRead More →

5 secret yoga poses that can be performed anywhere

Undercover yoga for the mild yogaholic! Isn’t it annoying how real life can get in the way of your yoga practice? The commute to work, being stuck in the office, the supermarket run and busy social lives, all get in the way of our precious time on the mat. Don’t you just wish that you could practice yoga everywhere some days, and whenever you needed it? Well with these 5 undercover yoga poses there’s no need to stop your favourite practice just because you can’t get to your mat. And the best thing is the unknowing Jo public will never even know what you’re upRead More →

Breakfast smoothie

In my job as a full time yoga teacher people often ask me how much I practice yoga, what other activities I do to stay in shape and what my diet is like. So as an observational post I’d like to share with you a log of my physical activity, meditation and diet over a 10 day period. Now I’m by no means a yoga purist, I’m not vegan (but do try to have vegan meals throughout the week) and I’m as partial to a glass of wine as the next person. And as you’ll see by my diary below I have a terrible weaknessRead More →