I Feel For You: My Podcast!
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Friends. It’s that time of year- January has been the longest! Winter Fatigue. Who’s done with it already?
This week we are exploring how we honour our journey with a focus on rituals, specifically winter morning rituals.
Happy new year! ....Do you struggle with the new year noise?
This week, we're exploring how to be.
This week, i’m reflecting on valuable lessons Norway has taught me about slowing down.
It's our birthday! I mean, episode one my friends! It has landed, my goodness, a new podcast, with me, Dionne, that i hope will be a present for your earholes to hopefully make your day a little brighter!
Fancy a practice with me?
Here’s some yoga videos i made for the summertime! You´ll find a selection of styles and themes, like yoga for travel, yoga for when it´s hot outside or for when you simply need to cool it, an energising summer morning practice, plus a build to a "peak" mermaid pose.
Hope there´s something here for everyone!
Inspired by my love of the sea and the 1984 movie, Splash!
Radical self care
Some blog posts
Cultivate confidence to bloom in your own way with these spring workshops! A journey of different styles of yoga, movement, meditation, breathwork and creativity at Herosalen in Bergen.
Cultivate confidence to bloom in your own way with these spring workshops! A journey of different styles of yoga, movement, meditation, breathwork and creativity at Leela Yoga in Oslo.
I struggled so much with the weather when living in Norway. It owned me on every level. Thankfully some amazing Norwegians taught me some of the best lessons in how to survive winter. Here´s my top 10 tips!
Feeling low and stuck in a hole? Bummer! Winter blues are more common than we think. So many of us experience overwhelming feelings during this time, or the well observed fatigue and illness that go hand in hand with excess and Xmas shenanigans. Here are some offerings for ways to feel better (especially if you can't fly south for the winter!)
In no way do I consider myself a doctor. But i've experienced a hell of a lot of insomnia in my lifetime. I know i'm not alone, and am frequently asked about ways to manage it, especially at this time of year, so I thought I would put together some suggestions of ways to banish that beast.
For all of it, we have to start somewhere.
I don't have any problems with self-improvement. What I take issue with, is the need to mask any unsightly parts of ourselves in favour of sellotaping on a “better” person. The idea that one might earnestly gulp down a magic tonic with enthusiastic but unrealistic expectations, hoping it will conveniently discard anything unsavoury.
Heavens of healing sweetness!
I’m reflecting on valuable lessons Norway has taught me about slowing down.