Self-care is so important but is often one of the hardest things maintain in our day to day lives.
As Earth Day approaches I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of steps to help people live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle through their day to day actions.
Yoga is often misconstrued, or not quite understood. Not because it is a confusing subject and impossible to grasp but because it has become incredibly popular on social media and therefore people tend to glimpse only snapshots, rather than the whole picture. If you just go by Instagram, then you will probably believe that Yoga [...]
At the end of last year Floga combined forces with the Icarus Trust, a charity which offers support to families affected by addiction and mental health issues. Initially, the charity targeted home life; supporting the children, wives, husbands, etc. who needed it. However, more recently, the Icarus Trust began outreach within schools - providing workshops [...]
Set your intentions for the New Year...
Over the past few weeks, I have experienced my first real trough of self-employment. This is not uncommon (it is incredibly regular in fact), and for some reason or other, I have been incredibly lucky that it has taken me around 6 months to hit my first low. However, due to things such as Instagram [...]
Last month I embarked upon further Yoga Teacher Training with Yoga Mama, to learn about teaching pregnant women yoga. Originally, I chose this course so I could teach pregnant women confidently, rather than feeling afraid of them when they ask to be a part of a lesson. However, by the time this course came to [...]
Explaining why I am combining two beautiful subjects - Art History and Yoga...
Only one week left until we are all (hopefully) qualified yoga instructors! It is completely bizarre. This week, everyone started on a quite a low. People were tired from illnesses and seemed generally a bit unenthused and I was preparing myself for a long week. However, things really turned around after Monday and I cannot [...]
Having only been at Rishikesh Yog Peeth for a mere two weeks, I cannot pretend that I have a firm grasp on all Yogic philosophy. I still have a huge amount to learn and have barely begun to delve further beneath the surface. However, from what Roshan has taught us; how our yoga teachers present [...]
Today it has been confirmed that by 2018, Art History A Level will be dropped by AQA following on from Michael Gove's curriculum changes. The reasoning behind this seems to alternate between Art History being either 'too soft' or 'too complex' for students to achieve good results. Neither holds a particularly solid answer. Art History, for [...]
I have decided to dedicate an entire post to this little excursion Max and I went on to Kao Secondary State School. Due to it being one of the most simultaneously uplifting and awkward ordeals we have ever experienced. Munish's brother works in a small school located in a farming village. It has roughly 400 [...]