Visual Noise

I was recently introduced to a term 'visual noise', which in essence is used to describe everything around us that we see, which in turn creates some sort of feedback, whether pleasant, unpleasant or neutral.

 

Taking time to consider this further, it would make sense that our outer world is, to the best of our abilities, visually appealing, irrespective of where we may find ourselves.  We may not be blessed with a garden, but we can bring colour into the home through the use of fabrics or houseplants.

 

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Leap of Faith

Teaching yoga and or meditation, takes a leap of faith at times.  As teachers, our hope is to be able to share with others, practices that we have found meaningful as well as helpful and to be able to convey it in such a way that it inspires others to want to try.

 

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The Business of Yoga

Spending on yoga and related products was reported at a staggering $10.3 billion in the USA last year with 20.4 million practitioners in America alone (that had increased by 29% from the 2008 study).

 

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Understanding our Babies

The baby yoga classes are a wonderful way to get to know our babies through the fun of song and rhyme, as well as share what we have discovered about their developments or to talk generally around feeding or sleep issues. This can be so beneficial as a parent, as often we receive conflicting advice from Health Visitors or books and magazines that we read. So to hear how another parent has managed a similar situation can help enormously.
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