As a consequence of a busy work schedule, I discovered yoga several years ago. A fortuitous finding on a Tuesday  lunchtime that transformed things forever…


Indubitably noticing that my inflexibility of body and mind had improved, I spent a year falling in love with the practice of pranayama and assiduous asanas before absconding Bristol, to train as a Vinyasa and Ashtanga teacher in India. Morning sessions to soothe the yamas and purify the prana enlightened an interest in yogic philosophy and invoked an exploration into Hinduism and Buddhism. Meditation grew easier after many moons, and a 10 day Noble Silence Vipassana in Indonesia.


My vinyasa practice is humble, introspective, and exploratory. Grounded by the breath and anchored to the earth, merging zen mindfulness with meditation and movement to commemorate the union of mind, body and soul.          


A disasterously verbose blog accompanied me on my journey. Click below to read my musings, excusing any typos with the acceptance that scribing serious study of sanskrit and exploration of the etheral on a devestatingly cracked tablet isn't the most meditative medium....


Lokah Samastah sukhino bhavantu | लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनो भवन्तु, | May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.  

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