Neurodiverse yoga

I’ve started running specialist neurodiverse yoga sessions. The yoga is designed to be beneficial to autistic and other neurodiverse people. I am autistic myself and I have incorporated elements such as breath work and postures to aid with some of the issues and challenges people with neurological difference can face. The areas yoga can help …

Home sweet home

It’s a wonderful thing to have a place to call home – specially when it’s a beautiful, airy sunlit room with view. From next week Bikebuddha yoga will be running a new Tuesday evening class in a bright, wooden-floored regular home with plenty of space and a great location. It will be a real treat …

The great outdoors

Have you ever thought about doing yoga outdoors? It’s strangely uncommon in the UK but really popular elsewhere in the world. In India and Nepal there are always little pockets of people at sunrise up in the hills Surya Namaskar-ing away. In the US and Japan people do yoga in urban parks, much as they …

Yogic wisdom

A week of classes at Atmashree Yoga centre in Pokhara Nepal has been a real eye opener. I’ve had such a variety of experiences that have really given me a broader perspective on yoga. I started out a little doubtful as the class teaching is quite different to Europe. I’ve ended up totally won over …

Clearing the air

This is only my second blog post from my trip to Nepal as technical difficulties have meant I’m only able to write with my thumbs on my phone! I’m taking daily yoga classes here in Lakeside just outside the city of Pokhara on the side of the Fewa lake. I’m staying further round the lake …