What is causing nerve pain in my shoulder and arm? Pins and needles in arms at night For many of us, falling asleep at night is often not an issue….Read more
Posted: 15th November 2021
Chronic Neck & Shoulder pain can have a massive impact on your quality of life. Learn ways to self-treat yourself between trips to your massage therapist. Ease muscular and headache pain, help release a stiff neck and build a better relationship between body and brain.Read more
Named ‘Liquid Gold’ millennia ago in Greece, the health benefits of Olive Oil have long been known by Mediterranean cultures. Discover what makes this tasty superfood super and how it can help reduce inflammation and even aid in weight loss!Read more
Posted: 26th April 2021
Spring Yin is all about harmonising the element that drives you forward again in life after the retreating energy of the Winter, the Wood element. In Chinese Medicine, the Wood element represents new beginnings, drive and fresh ideas. Keep your Wood energy in balance with these Yin yoga poses which target the Liver and Gallbladder meridians.Read more
Posted: 15th March 2021
Planning for the future in a world suspended in limbo can be a frustrating experience. But how much does our deep-rooted need to map out every aspect of our lives really serve us? Can we learn to be less rigid with regards to controlling the future and open up to the flow?Read more
Posted: 17th February 2021
If proprioception works with helping us to move with grace through the external world, interoception is the key to harmonising our journey through our inner landscape. Look at how these lesser-known senses contribute to our overall sensory experience and the implications for this in our movement and mindfulness practices.Read more
This book aspires to alight your imagination and inform your practice through the beautiful language of The Five Elements and Yin yoga.
Whether you’re using this book as a yoga practitioner or a yoga teacher, In My Element serves as an inspirational portal to developing practices exclusive to your unique bodies and minds.
This Yin yoga sequence for the water element focuses on nourishing the kidneys and decompressing the spine. The Water element allows us to retreat into the world of our dreams and emotions, as we use its stillness to reflect upon the inner workings of our being through practices such as meditation and Yin yoga. As we learn to quieten down the noise of our external environments, we, in turn, attune our ability to listen to our truths.Read more