I wrote this article earlier this year for those just starting to consider starting a meditation practice. I hope it gives a basic introduction and some grounding into the subject. Feel free to send me an email if any questions come up from reading this or if there is anything else I can help with. … Continue reading An Introduction into Meditation, Mindfulness and Breath Work
Deciding to become self-employed can be a scary step. It can, however, also be an empowering one and it feels to me like more and more individuals are making it. In 2017 I decided to try out going freelance for a year. Here are some lessons I learnt along the way: 1. Make use of … Continue reading 8 Tips for Going Freelance in the Creative Industry
I moved from London to the island of Saba in the West Indies a few weeks ago. It has meant that I have had to make a lot of changes to my life but one huge change has been to my social life. I don’t have entertainment on demand any longer, I don’t have a TimeOut … Continue reading 10 things to do on a small island
Over the last few years I have completed three yoga teacher trainings (540 hours). I chose the courses that I did due to situational, personal and financial reasons, although ultimately my decisions were based on intuition. I chose to do my first training abroad and my second in the UK. The courses were wildly different … Continue reading Choosing a yoga teacher training – at home or away?
Over the past few years I have experimented with different forms of meditation. Here are a few lessons I have learnt along the way: Meditation doesn't have to be complicated or spiritual. Mindfulness meditation; simply sitting, focusing on the breath and coming back to it again, again and again...can be useful for training concerntration. This … Continue reading 5 lessons learned from 5 types of meditation
I recently moved from London to a small island in the West Indies. The island is called Saba. It is a volcano (officially the highest point in the Netherlands and potentially active), five miles squared in size and has a population of around two thousand people. It has one of the world's shortest runways (400-metres), … Continue reading From London to Island Life