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My Journey: Yoga, Sodarshan Chakra Kriya & Me

This blog is written by Sophie Miles, a student at Kundalini House and a true spiritual warrior dedicated to the path of truth & transformation through yoga and natural health. Dearest Yoginis... Even after a few days in to the Sodarshan Chakra Kriya challenge, and I could already feel a shift in my consciousness and [...]

Ayurveda for the Spring

Spring is traditionally a time for new life and renewal.  Envision spring to be a time for weeding the garden (de-cluttering and cleaning) and for sowing the seeds and establishing roots (setting intentions and new routines) for the season ahead after the months of hibernation and stagnation that is winter.  The Earth is getting closer [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:21+00:00 October 14th, 2015|Ayurveda, Uncategorized, Yoga & Meditation, Yogic News|0 Comments

Addictions, Understanding our body chemistry

Understanding how our body chemistry works can help us to prepare and to succeed in cutting down and withdrawing from addictive foods and other substances. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that form part of the body’s chemistry and are released within the brain and body. They help to create our moods, our sleep cycle, muscle co-ordination, pain [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:21+00:00 October 2nd, 2015|Healthy Diet, Healthy Food, Naturopathy|0 Comments

Is your conscious mind getting in the way of your health, happiness and potential?

  In many cases, past experiences set our future behaviours and sets up limitations which effectively constrain our full potential. Hypnotherapy, is commonly used to facilitate adjustment to set new behaviour, and helps free the shackles of behaviour patterns that previously were difficult to counter or overcome. "It is genuinely exciting to know that Hypnotherapy [...]

The V Word

Vulnerability is the new word on the block. Thanks to Brene Brown and her inspiring TEDtalk, (if you haven't checked it out yet then jump on board: the word vulnerability is finally being understood and accepted for its authentic meaning rather then the condemning it has received in our culture for so long. vulnerable /ˈvʌlnərəbəl/ [...]

Three Tips for Autumn Wellbeing

Autumn marks the end of the growing season, having provided the harvest, nature now makes everything bare. In this season nature lets go of its abundant creation of the past year in a grand final display. Just like in nature, our bodies transition through ‘seasons’ with different organs, physiology and aspects of ourselves in focus [...]

Bowen curious? Heard about it but not sure what it’s all about?

Bowen is a gentle structural technique that aims to gently stimulate the body's own innate healing mechanism, reminding the physical body to realign itself where possible. If there is tension in one part of the body the whole musculoskeletal system can be compromised and effected, creating pain, discomfort or simply feeling physically out of whack. [...]

By | 2017-05-25T12:13:22+00:00 March 19th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments