I am slightly obsessed with morning time and specifically my morning routine. I have become quite structured and deliberate about how I want to set up my day and have reached the point where having a good morning routine is key to setting me up for a great day. It hasn’t always been like this and it doesn’t always follow a similar pattern but taking time to focus on myself in the mornings has of late become my self-care mantra and I even have a Pinterest board dedicated to my morning ritual. Continue reading “My morning routine”
I always dreamed of having my own yoga space at home. When I was training to be a Yoga teacher, I would go to a class at least 4 times a week, where the structured environment allowed me to focus. The problem of course was that it felt like I was going to class because I had to, not because I wanted to. One thing I never fully mastered, was simply being able to practise yoga on my own at home.
After my recent misadventures with my lower back, I was finally ready to go back to Yoga Classes this weekend and attend a Chakras workshop. Of late, it seems that I have had more returns to yoga than uninterrupted practise [see here]. But such is life. To celebrate, I bought myself a Manduka skidless yoga towel with ‘dots that grip so you don’t slip’. This towel goes over your yoga mat to avoid slipping and also helps you avoid getting stuck in jump backs or jump throughs. Perfect, if like me, you are still learning how to glide through seated postures with ease.