Posture and Back Pain – Past, Present and Future by John Carter, Gokhale Method Our backs hurt. It’s something we take for granted. Maybe not all the time, but 80% of us will experience back pain at some point. “I was
Overcoming the Fear: Jean Itier, Yoga Therapy teacher at Santosa Have you ever been afraid of not being able to keep up with the pace of life? If so, you are probably wondering if there is a way to free
What is belly dance? Belly dance is believed to be the oldest form of dance, having roots in ancient cultures such as Jordan and India from 3000 to 6000 years ago. First of all it was a fertility dance and
We’re meeting with Jane Mann, Forrest Yoga Teacher at Santosa, Edinburgh and finding out a little more about what has brought her to teach. What inspires you in your own yoga practice and what brings you back to your yoga
Kali is the Hindu goddess of death, represented by fire and the sword; the fire burns away falsity and the misdeeds of the past and the sword is the cutting edge of truth. She is associated with sexuality and violence;
Holistic Core Restore® – In Conversation with Elspeth Alexandra Elspeth Alexandra teaches Holistic Core Restore® on Mondays 6-7pm, and a baby-friendly class on Thursdays 1.30-3pm.
LGBTQ Yoga at Santosa Edinburgh Community Yoga and LGBT Health & Wellbeing Project This autumn I began teaching a free LGBTQ yoga class at Santosa Yoga Studio. I have long felt that some groups are underrepresented in mainstream yoga studios.
Catching up with Sharon Iacono, one of the studio’s regular teachers, to find out more about her Yoga for Sports and Yoga for Strength and Flexibility classes.
Seasonal Yoga and the Practice of Gratitude – Joanna Cole-Hamilton On Thursday, I left the library to walk across town to teach a yoga class. An autumn chill had crept into the air and the Edinburgh breeze was blowing. I