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As we move into the winter months, the sun does not have the powerful warmth it once did. We spent those days socialising, enjoying the outdoors and fun activities—the air shifts from that warmth to a cold breeze. We swap...
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Santosha (san-toh-shah) is made up of two Sanskrit words: sam, meaning completely or altogether, and tosha, meaning contentment or acceptance. So together, santosha translates to complete contentment. This idea may seem abstract to most of us - something that is unattainable by us common folk and reserved for the great yogis and those who have found enlightenment. We may feel that complete contentment means that we should accept all situations, not trying to change them and giving up altogether or that we aren’t allowed to have desires and dreams. However santosha teaches us quite the opposite. Let’s explore…
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Saucha (sow-chah) translates to purity or cleanliness of both our internal and external environment. Our environment reflects our state of mind and can affect how we feel. A cluttered or messy room can be an indication that we need to explore our internal environment as well as tidy and/or declutter. 
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We are FOUR today! We officially opened our website on 14th October 2017. I was three weeks away from my due date—we were busy! I felt like I'd closed a circle. I played two games as a child - answering...
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The Trouble with Foam Yoga Blocks  We love using foam props, and they definitely enhance our practice. But, as an eco-minded company, doing our best to avoid a greenwashing - we are hitting a bit of a wall with this particular...
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