human creative neoyogini

Pose of the month


The noble tree The key with tree is to fall out with grace. This can be difficult to do, but I recommend that when falling to use your arms to rebalance and bring the knee up to the centre or straighten the leg out to the side. modify If the variation pictured is outside your

Gliding like ghosts

Majestic Manta Ray

Being the sort of person who has watched Blue Planet more than several times, having some free time around my teaching commitments I jumped at the chance to swim with Manta Rays. I had to rent a go pro – and the photos don’t do them justice. The visibility wasn’t great as the water was

Floating away in Ubud

Inside the float tank

I recently had the most interesting experience. A friend referred me to the Ubud Float Garden. I’ve been interested in floating for some time as sensory deprivation is supposed to excellent for overloaded senses, in particular those suffering from stress-related illness. Arriving I was immediately greeted by Intan the manager there and her team. It

Winter Workshops

Winter Workshops

For the first time ever in the UK I will be offering solo workshops! I’m so excited to bring these to you. December 14th 2019  I’ve been working hard with other wonderful collaborators in the UK and abroad to solidify an offering that meets my expectations and hopefully will give you the most magical, relaxing



After working at a couple of retreat centres now, and teaching on one back in 2017 I now feel ready to offer my own retreats. Many of you have been to my classes or workshops, either in the UK or abroad. And I wanted to be able to offer something spectacular for both places, England

Start with gratitude, end with love

A grateful heart

‘A grateful heart’ is my debut, self-published journaling guide which has been inspired by my yoga practice, and in particular my departure from a strict and timetabled practice. This book contains heartfelt practices that will help you to start your day feeling all the warmth and love you need to get through. For beginners, the