Sadhana’s 30 Day Yoga Challenge

Sadhana’s 30 Day Yoga Challenge

Sadhana’s 30 Day Challenge: Tips for Recovery

This January, we’re challenging our students to take on the 30 day challengea commitment to practice yoga every day for 30 consecutive days!  A challenge like this can be life changing. Whatever your reason for taking it on, the commitment is a wonderful opportunity to connect back to you and help turn wounds into wisdom.

Nevertheless, taking on a challenge like this can certainly take its toll on your mind and body! We caught up with challenge master, Paul Gerrard, to share 6 top tips to stay fuelled and motivated during the challenge.

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James Crossley: From Gladiators to AUM – my journey with yoga

James Crossley - Dinnie Stone World Record Holder (2018)
James Crossley – Dinnie Stone World Record Holder (2018)

James Crossley: From Gladiators to AUM
– my journey with yoga

Background in strength training

My name is James Crossley, better known as “Hunter”, from ITV’s Hit show Gladiators. I was crowned “The Ultimate Gladiator” in the final Gladiator Vs. Gladiator showdown in 2000.

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What’s the Temperature in a Bikram Yoga Studio?

Bikram yoga

What’s the Temperature in a Bikram Yoga Studio?

Bikram yoga is practised all over the world to rejuvenate and relax the body and mind. The temperature of the room is high, but the heat comes with multiple benefits.

Bikram yoga was invented by Bikram Choudhury, a yoga teacher from India. Since his inception of this type of yoga, it is now practised all over the world.

Yoga is known to help both physical and mental wellbeing. When yoga is practised in a hot room, it intensifies these feelings and works every part of your body. The appeal of Bikram yoga is to give that deeper sense of revitalisation. Continue reading “What’s the Temperature in a Bikram Yoga Studio?”

Sustaining Yoga during the Summer

Sustainability

As summer approaches and the Sun starts to shine longer and brighter. It’s easy for us to push our yoga practise to the side and put it on the back foot. However from my personal experience it’s one of my favourite seasons to stretch out and go deeper into my mind and body.

Summer in London and England, in general is something that we cherish not only because having a sunny day is very rare. The positive side is that it does really  brighten up peoples moods and makes London (and England) a much happier place to be.
But with that comes the increase in gatherings and social events which for some the decrease in healthy physical activities such as yoga. Continue reading “Sustaining Yoga during the Summer”

Kula Yoga & Wellbeing: Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

Yoga Teacher Training

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

This September, Kula wellbeing starts it’s Vinyasa teacher training, which is going to be led by the lovely Beth Crivelli. Beth has been teaching Yoga since 2011 and she is not only very well experienced, but she is a humbling leader, full of knowledge, honesty and a has fantastic attitude towards ensuring the student experiences the yoga as truthfully as possible. Continue reading “Kula Yoga & Wellbeing: Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018”