Woman Awake

Well, it's hello and goodbye.

 

Last Saturday, the Meditation & More group finished our reading guide - The Untethered Soul (Michael A Singer). Despite personal preferences, it has offered us a very rich source of topics for discussion. On Saturday, Chapter 17 (Contemplating Death), prompted much debate.

 

In particular, what stops us living a life of no regret or fear? How not to fear death, if we are living a  life that's full. "It shouldn't take death to challenge you to live your life at your highest level." (p158)

 

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A Mindful Woman

A Mindful Woman is a 5-week introduction to mindfulness for women, which starts on Monday 08 May at 19.30.

 

As a woman, are you...

 

Managing pain, juggling more thoughts than humanly (womanly) possible, or simply looking to find clarity in your life? If your life looks anything like the meme below, then perhaps you need to consider joining us.

 

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May 2017 Parvati Magazine

Here's the latest edition of Parvati Magazine - yours to read for free - enjoy!

 

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Sun & Moon Breath in Italy

The foundation of yoga is the breath. It is also an important aspect as a means of support for meditation too. So throughout your time on retreat at the Watermill, you will hear me mention the breath an awful lot.

 

We often give it very little regard unless we have a heavy cold and therefore blocked sinuses, or we may have asthma or other respiratory conditions.

 

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Creative Journal Writing for Women's Day

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Join us for a morning of creative journal writing to celebrate International Women’s Day on Wednesday 08 March.

 

I shall be hosting a 2-hour workshop at Watford Women’s Centre 83, Market Street, Watford, from 11.00 until 13.00.

 

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Gift of a discount

I am pleased to announce that the wonderful people at YogaBliss and YogaBloke, have kindly offered my students a 10% discount* across the whole of their range.

 

Whether you are treating yourself to a new mat, something for your meditation practice or buying a gift, they have a terrific selection.

 

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Invisible Zip: The importance of good posture for the pelvic floor

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Regularly in class I'm heard to cue with the words, "lengthen your invisible zip".

 

I use all sorts of cues with everyday objects to enable women to understand the function of their bodies in an easier way.

 

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Attachments: what are you clinging to?

Goodness me, 18 January already - this month feels like it's marching ahead with some kind purpose (or is that just me?)

 


Classes are all now underway and it's good to see many students who've returned following our break for the New Year, and it's also so lovely to meet those who are new or returning after a break of a period of time.

 


Today I have shifted my 'office' to a temporary setting (the sofa). Sometimes you just have to acknowledge that you need a little more care.

 

 

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