What a transformation!
Phewwee. Yoga Local has officially arrived in its bricks and mortar home at Unit 5 Nene Court, The Embankment, Wellingborough after an incredible 3-day launch.
Did it..! 👏 😅
Hard to believe in 5 short weeks we’ve transformed this…into… (go on take a look and see for yourself).
Plus: A Peek Inside My 30 Day Cleanse
If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you want for yourself next year?
What experiences are you hoping for?
How do you want to feel?
What emotions do you want more of?
When you ask yourself these questions, were any of your answers the same as those you had last year and the year before that? At the risk of voicing the depressingly obvious, does that not kinda suck… real bad?
Greetings yogi lovely. How’s your energy today?
You ever question why some days you wake up like a frickin Duracell bunny and rock a whole day with energy left to burn. Others you get to breakfast, clean your teeth and you’re done already? Maybe you’re done before that. :Hands In Head:
Not to worry my yogi friend. I’m here to tell you Yoga and its sister science, Ayurveda, has some answers but first here are three things to wrap your head around. Take a deep yoga breath…it’s a little heady.
And why it takes courage to confront your dream.
What’s stopping us from realising our dreams? What drives one person to go after what they want, desire or need and another to settle – make do.
Why do some of us ask for more out of life, question why we’re here, and whether what we have achieved is what we even wanted in the first place?
And, while I’m at it, why do some people know what they really, really, REALLY, want, and others have no clue, or simply never ask?
Interested in exploring this with me? Come on in.
The devil is not in the detail, it’s in the denial.
Resistance is our enemy. That’s what author, Steven Pressfield tells me in his book, The War of Art.
Resistance is there any time it comes to making that first step – to meditate, take a yoga class, eat right, pursue a new career, end a relationship, pop the question, write a blog or any activity that rejects an instant fix in favour of long term growth, health or wellbeing. Put simply, any good choice we know to be good for us.
If we let it, resistance will start throwing up excuses of why we can’t, shouldn’t, won’t do what we know we need to do. Stuff like:
Part 1 …like starting a meditation practice.
Is the motivation to do what’s good for you hit and miss? You ate well all week, so tonight – what the heck, show me the ice cream…
Most of us know what’s good for us, but choosing right is hard. How so?
In Deepak Chopra’s and Rudolph Tanzi’s latest book, Super Genes, it throws up some answers.
According to my spiritual teacher, Deepak, and his genetic expert friend Tanzi, choice making it turns out is a skill. One we can cultivate and get better at to the point that eventually what we once thought was an impossibly hard choice (for us, but not necessarily everyone) becomes easy.
Sound good? Here’s how.
If you’ve been spoon-fed on a menu of mantras like ‘no pain, no gain’, and ‘work hard, play hard’, you might be rolling your eyes around now at the idea of doing less and achieving more. Bear with me.
Nothing wrong with being driven, focused, consistent or passionate but stop sharpening those elbows for a second and ask yourself, how much are you forcing your way through life? And at what expense to your feelings of yumminess?
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