Bakasana is an arm balance so requires strength and poise. In Crane you have arms straight and in Crow they are slightly bent. Both variations are as much about stability, courage and successfully playing with [...]
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Ingredients: 1 Cup Diced Figs 1/2 Cup Vegan Choc Chips 1/2 Cup Coconut Sugar 1 Cup Tahini 1/2 tsp Vanilla 1/2 Cup Plant Milk 1 Cup Almond Meal 1 Cup Buckwheat Flour 1/2 tsp Baking [...]
This time of year can put pressure on even the most equanimous of yogis and yoginis. The urgency to complete work tasks before the break; the anticipation of extended family gatherings; the financial strain from [...]
Craft an altar to cultivate inspiration and evolve aspirations Guests on our popular Women’s Retreats often tell us that the altar space set up for them by the retreat leader Tabata Ogilvie creates a beautiful [...]
1) The Yoga Plateau You may have found that your practice has plateaued. Perhaps after experiencing a steady progression in your physical aptitude you start to feel that you are stagnating. It could time for [...]
“Meditation is the ultimate medicine,” states Swami Pujan. The international philosopher and senior Byron Yoga Centre teacher who leads our annual meditation teacher training is a walking-talking advert for meditation! He exudes health and vitality - [...]
Restorative and yin yoga often get confused, with many people believing they are the same practice. Whilst they share many similarities – they are both relaxing, passive, ‘yin’ practices that focus on cooling and calming [...]
Yin Yoga Training Restorative Yoga Training
This green smoothie is a favourite at the Byron Yoga Centre and extra delicious and extra nutritious as some of the ingredients are fresh from the Byron Yoga Retreat Centre organic garden. For the main [...]