Author Archives: sallyrdavies
Following a request, I’ve decided to try and put up some of the meditations and readings that I do in class every week. So here is the link for this week’s class: http://www.chasingsheep.co.uk/ This week we did a meditation from … Continue reading
For those of you who come to my Monday night class regularly, you will be familiar with our kneeling sun salutation – this is it in a nutshell. It’s suitable for anyone really and a lovely way to stretch and … Continue reading
A really interesting article came my way today about a study of veterans with PTSD using yoga and meditation techniques to overcome their symptoms. http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2014/10/16/yoga-helps-war-veterans-with-post-traumatic-stress-disorder/ The article says that the techniques used were something called Sudarshan Kriya which is taught … Continue reading
Bronchial mudra I love mudras, as anyone who comes to my yoga class will know! These, put simply, are the hand gestures used in yoga and meditation. They can be used to focus the mind while meditating (most people are … Continue reading
The Wisdom of No Escape At the end of this week’s class I read an excerpt from Pema Chodron’s lovely book. It is from Chapter 6 and is about Joy. The Navajo teach their children that every morning when the … Continue reading
Healing yourself I have created a new blog which focuses much more on the healing side of yoga and meditation and many other theories too. It may give you some inspiration and help in your daily life. http://www.chasingsheep.co.uk/ Here is … Continue reading
Dear all I am teaching yoga in St George’s Park at 2pm on 4th August as part of Redfest. Do come along and join in – bring a yoga mat if you have one. Lots of alternative therapies and music … Continue reading
Not the most successful photo shoot, but we got a few new photos for the website anyway. At least they are not 5 years old any more!
http://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/10-habits-of-remarkably-charismatic-people.html?cid=em01020week28&nav=su Have a look at this – it’s all about listening to other people properly and valuing everyone’s knowledge and abilities, rather than just your own. It’s a good reminder.