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Diwali Light Yoga Retreat

West Lexham Barn, Norfolk
4 – 7 November 2018

Our autumn yoga retreat took place at a luxury 19th century converted barn, located in the heart of north Norfolk countryside; the stunning beaches of Holkham and Wells-Next-to-the-Sea nearby. Read More…

South Indian Yoga and Ayurveda Retreat

Malabar Magic, Kerala
17 – 24 March 2018


I taught my first international yoga retreat at Neeleshwar Hermitage in Kerala this year and our Indian yoga home will stay in my heart forever. The vibrant beauty of nature, the rolling Arabian Sea and the golden Indian sun welcomed our mandala of community.

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Eco Yoga Retreat

Scottish Highlands
6 – 9 April 2017

Our springtime Scottish Highlands Yoga Retreat took place at a tranquil river-side EcoYoga Centre, dedicated to sharing yoga and sustainable eco living. The retreat is set in magnificent Scottish scenery of hills, lochs, rivers and forests abound.

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Love to Flow Yoga Retreat

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare,  Ireland
22 – 25 September 2016

Our autumn yoga retreat took place at the stunning Cliffs of Moher Retreat. Our beautiful farmhouse was located in ten acres of rolling, green farmland, just a few fields from the world famous Cliffs of Moher. At the light of sunrise and the colour of sunset, the dramatic, rolling ocean waves break upon the rocks and bay. We immersed in the power of nature’s beauty.

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Shiva Shakti Yoga Retreat

West Lexham, Norfolk

6 -8 May 2016

Our summer retreat took place in a beautiful location in the heart of the North Norfolk countryside, only a short distance from the stunning, heritage beaches of Holkham and Wells-next-to-Sea. Twenty-five yoginis, one vinyasa flow yoga teacher, one hostess with the mostest, one musician, one raw food vegetarian chef made for a magic yoga weekend away.

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Soul Flow Yoga Retreat

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Mill Retreat, Normandy, France

24 – 27 September 2015

Yoga means union. The union of the body, mind and spirit; the individual soul with the universal soul; nature, prakriti with divinity, purusa. This year’s autumn equinox retreat created the space for people to experience this depth of union within, but also the union of friendship amongst our beautiful yoga community.

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Summer Solstice Yoga Celebration – with Live Music

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The summer solstice is a celebration of life, light, happiness and abundance. We expressed this ancient, Celtic festival through a dance of breath and movement, a yoga tandava. This experience was enhanced by the ambient, Indian sounds of the sitar, played live by Finn Petcher and the soulful songs of April Rose Moodie. Read More…

Free to Flow Yoga Retreat

11Brooklands Barn, Arundel, West Sussex, 29 – 31 May 2015

River flows to ocean waves, a fairy tale castle in the distance ~ I left my soul down by the sea.

The journey of yoga creates a path for you to explore the beauty of your body, your breath, your being on the simplicity of a yoga mat. Momentarily, there is a shimmering glimpse, an insight into the loving, blissful, light that is your soul. These fleeting experiences lighten our hearts, yet we are quickly absorbed into the distractions of daily life.

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International Festival of Yoga 2015 – Rishikesh, India

RishikeshRishikesh is a truly magical place, located in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. The deep, green River Ganga flows peacefully through the forested valley. Rishis, sages and yogacharyas have come to these Himalayan hills for thousands of years, seeking spiritual truth and freedom.

It is said that yoga originated in Rishikesh, evolving from the practice of deep meditation. These hills of the Ganges are a timeless spiritual pilgrimage, made famous in the west by The Beatles, who came seeking spiritual truth, one love and world peace. Their legacy of love and peace is the satsang of western yogis, hippies and spiritual seekers in Rishikesh today. Read More…

Spring Equinox

1The spring equinox will take place on March 20th in 2015. ‘Equinox’ is a Latin word, meaning ‘equal night’; therefore an equinox signifies a moment when the length of day and night are almost equal.

During the course of a year, the Earth completes one orbit around the sun. When the sun is crossing the celestial equator (the projection of the equator in the sky), the Earth’s equator and the centre of the sun are directly aligned. Day and night are of nearly equal length, creating universal balance and harmony.

The direction of the sun on the Spring Equinox is upward (northern hemisphere), so it is a time to rise with the rhythms of nature; light and lifted towards a deep sky and golden sun. Read More…