Ooh, I love my job!

Sometimes I get to head out into quiet back lanes, alongside rivers, where you really feel like you’re going back in time – hardly any cars on the road.. Other times, I’m coming home as the bats take to the air, or the owls come out, the sun goes down… all heavenly… I love it… especially as my corner of Helston is pretty low

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Daily Rituals

I don’t know about you, but I need to change my Daily Rituals from to time, to shake them up a little, This ensures I remain fully connected to the benefits, otherwise they can disappear into a blinkered, unconscious part of me… almost as if, in being a daily routine, I do it without being ‘present’ – I’m going through the motions. In some areas

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Rossiter successes!

Ooh, I love it when the ‘work’ delivers… I’m referring specifically to Rossiter Workouts on this occasion. Over the last few months, I’ve had successes with an ankle, an arm, knee & hamstrings… very exciting! The ankle, weakened a while back from a sprain, took a few sessions, & I can’t claim all the credit, as we (both!) attended a Feldenkrais workshop focusing on the ankle

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Taking time to ‘fill up’?

More & more, I notice people ‘giving from empty’, & how that is encouraged by society often, by considering ‘self care’ selfish… Life has changed a lot in the last 50 years & we could do with demonstrating excellent examples of ‘taking time to fill up’ to future generations to avoid burnout (frazzled, as Ruby Wax puts it). There is very little about my

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Long Term Wellness/Fitness…

I hope you enjoyed the last ‘guest’ post _ I felt it might be useful to read Teja’s thoughts & relationship with Kundalini yoga. I don’t know about you, but, for me, a very different year so far…     no ‘enforced dormouse‘, in fact very little dormouse at all! Maybe it’s because I did take time out to integrate much of what was

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Kundalini Yoga – Guest Post by Teja Kaur

Sharing this space with my very lovely yoga teacher today… enjoy it! “After going to Hatha Yoga classes since I was 13, which gave me great insight into my body, I discovered Kundalini yoga 7 years ago. This deepened my practice as I could now balance my energy, whilst fully experiencing my body. The warm up is divine – I feel my hips open,

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Falling off the wagon!

No… not around alcohol or even food… I’m referring to writing Blog Posts, or indeed, me not writing them! It’s an interesting time of year to explore new habits & those that are tricky to re-instate. And, perhaps, to ponder whether they are of value, what’s the motivation, the desired outcome…? So, as with many ‘habits’, I had to ask myself was I simply

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Overdoing things!!

Well, those of you who are clients, will already have some news through my ‘snail mail’ Newsletter & card, but I felt a short list of ‘rescue’ items would be useful at this time of year! I sell some of these, so do ask if you’re interested. I keep tiger balm handy, & use it on my feet & the base of my throat

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Intelligent Movement & Bodywork

It is possible to do a lot of movement & exercise without much attention to doing it ‘intelligently’, if it’s more about the end goal. Some mindless activities are useful, but it’s an idea to clock that! Too much ‘mindless’ or automatic time is not nesssarily good for us! Having relatively recently discovered Kundalini yoga, I’ve also found a number of Feldenkrais friends love

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Ever changing self care

As many of you will be aware, my approach to life since… forever… has been to look after my body, brain, heart & soul, so they serve me well. This, in a society where the more common approach is to pay attention only, when something goes wrong… In the main, I have succeeded, though we never know what is around the corner. Those of

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