Love letter to chaturanga

When I think about you, I see a bridge. Wrought iron, strong, mechanical, stretching out and joining two cliffs together. Messages race up and down my spine like commuters on their way to work, and often I worry that they are missing the view. When you do something...

Staying sane in lockdown: nirodha

How is your lockdown going? It feels weird that lockdown is now a commonplace noun. It’s in everyday speech, it’s a hashtag, it’s our new normal. And I kind of love it.  Ok, before you get mad my lockdown comes with a whole host of privileges that I am so...

Yoga teacher training: where to begin

When I started my yoga journey six years ago, I didn’t think I would ever be pursuing a career in teaching yoga. To be honest, I had no goals whatsoever, so anything would have surprised me. It’s been an exciting year of planning, researching, reviewing and...

What are the benefits of a one-to-one yoga class?

It was 2:30pm and I was nervous. Butterflies, tight tummy, the whole shebang. “It’ll be fine,” Alex said, rubbing my hand, “I understand that you’re nervous but you have need to be. You’ll do great.” Yesterday was my first...