Yin Yoga is a practice where you hold postures for longer periods of times – usually 2-5 minutes, sometimes longer, and mainly on the floor, so that your body is [...]
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There is always a first time for everything. You might remember your first ski adventure, your first travel abroad, your first seed grew to a healthy microgreen, your first pet, [...]
There are several ironies about yoga, which Yogaland doesn’t like to acknowledge. 1; the proclamation it is a practice for everyone, that it is inclusive and is accessible for all [...]
When someone asks me “how does acupuncture work?” they ask with a skeptical raised eye brow and with a tone of suspicion and disbelief. This is even when they are [...]
We always feel better when the Sun is shining, and this is not exclusive to the English. Sure, us Brits have an obsession with the weather and we like to [...]
Everyone at this time of year is talking about New Year’s Resolutions. In the past I have always been a keen bean to set my goals for the year. And [...]
Along with the principles of yin and yang, the theory of the Five Elements also underpin Chinese Medicine. Five Element theory divides the energy and structure of the universe in [...]
That was so true for me, until I found yin yoga. An A type personality, for all its connotations for being strong, determined and driven, the flip side of this [...]
This is a long over due post. Anyone who comes to my yoga classes or in close vicinity of me knows that fascia, the f word, is one of my [...]
The mung bean is an unassuming bean, often looked-down-upon, often sneered at bean, ‘what you, beardy weirdy, mung bean eating, navel gazing, yoga worshiping, Birkenstock wearing hippie?’ It doesn’t help [...]