Posture Day Retreat

  Perfect Posture Jo discusses the true secret to sustainable, healthy posture and gives you the tools to achieve it, effortlessly. She use a combination of techniques: stretches and exercises, relaxation techniques, and hands-on correction to achieve the perfect posture. There is growing evidence that poor posture can lead to a lifetime of chronic pain, […]

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Stand-up Paddle Boarding on the Thames

Waves for Change invites you to join us for their annual Thames Stand-Up Paddle Board Challenge. This year they are paddling to break down gender barriers and raise funds to provide more girls safe access to surf therapy. Taking place on Saturday 23rd June, this will be London’s biggest charity watersport event! SUPer’s will have the […]

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Tahini Fudge Slices

      I love tahini, it reminds me of my childhood…breakfast time to be precise. I mixed it with date syrup and spread it on my toast…so yummy! actaully I still do that now. Try it, its very good. Tahini is a paste made from grounded sesame seeds and it’s one of the best sources of […]

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3 Yogis to host a charity yoga morning

   On Saturday, April 28th, Zena Kidd-May , Jo Kuszmar and Nicole Croft will be rolling out their yoga mats and offering 3 very different themed yoga sessions. They’re asking you to offer 75mins of your time to help raise money for charity. Each teacher will be offering a themed 1hr & 15min session in North Oxford and 100% […]

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Menopause & Yoga day retreat

  Only three known species go through menopause: killer whales, short-finned pilot whales, and humans. Two years ago, scientists suggested whales do this to focus their attention on the survival of their families rather than on birthing more offspring. But now this same team reports there’s another reason: older females enter menopause because their eldest […]

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Chi Running & Yoga

Introduction to chi running & yoga for runners! Friday 16th September 2016 “I suddenly realised that I had just breezed up a hill and could literally feel myself flowing over the ground. Amazing. I was running this route between 37:30 and 41 mins. Today I did 35:19 and felt like I was putting no effort in […]

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How can yoga change everything?

There are many aspects to yoga but largely it’s about learning how to stay in an uncomfortable place. The concept goes wherever you need it; to your relationship, work, parenting, friendships. This idea of staying present can support every aspect of your life. Here is what I mean. Imagine yourself standing in a balance pose, […]

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Yoga at work

Nine tips when starting yoga

It is much easier to learn yoga with all its detailed and subtle physical and mental aspects from a qualified teacher, rather than from a book or video.

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Hatha Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Satya Yoga was established in London in 2003 by Zena Kidd-May, who taught yoga to private individuals at her London studio for several years.

I was worried about joining a yoga class as I see myself as a tight, stiff person. I had had bad experiences of classes before that were too fast and not well explained and they had left me feeling I’d ‘failed’. Zena’s classes are completely different – they are calm and mindful and each new pose is well explained. We are given the space to work at our own pace and the time to take something personal from each pose. My body is still pretty tight, but I love the yoga classes and at each lesson appreciate what I am able to do with the right encouragement. Zena creates a very productive and calm atmosphere, where I feel I am free to do what works for me without having to be in competition with others.

Catherine Allen

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