Have you ever tried yoga blindfolded? Well, if not, it’s time for you to try and take your practice to a whole new level.
Having practiced for almost a decade, I admit I thought I had a good grasp of yoga. Most importantly, I thought that good breathing, strong core and balance was all that was required to execute this ancient practice.
Until last weekend, when I attended a yoga and meditation retreat in South Wales and was asked to wear an eye mask during the class.
The other day I was walking down the street and saw a quote written on a wall, it said “don’t be a slave to your emotions, learn to control them”. It saddened me to wonder how many people might be struggling to rein back their emotions once fully overwhelmed by them, fighting a battle they simply cannot win by just opposing.
When I started riding motorcycles I thought it was only going to be a hobby, something I always wanted to do, something fun. Pretty soon I realised that riding a motorcycle was a great metaphor for life. Stay in the moment, look where you want to go, trust yourself and the machine, feel and focus on the outcome.
Let’s make a shift from the ordinary, into the