Autumn is in full fall; there is a shift of emphasis from outward achievement to inner reflection and contemplation. It is the time of year where the energy comes out of nature and things really begin to slow. The earth`s energy is starting to turn in and let go for Winter and so it is time for us to do the same. If Autumn was a person they would be type to know what they need and be able to discard that which they do not. The metal element infers someone who has high standards and values and cherishes this in both themselves and inRead More →

Mondays 10-11am Gentle Back & Joint Care Class. Treat yourself to a morning of gentle stretching and balancing postures to increase your mobility. Finish off with a lovely, long relaxation with essential oils. Suitable for beginners or those working with reduced mobility. All levels are welcome. Begins on November 6th. Please arrive at least 15 mins before class to allow time to register.Read More →

Join me for this gentle, uplifting Yoga Class before you take part in #queenscourthospice #startrekknightwalk southport. Stretch & Warm up before your big walk. Friday 19th May 2017 Class begins at 6.30pm-7.30pm at Yoga Euphoria in Birkdale. Beginners welcome; book early to avoid disappointment. £5 donation and all money collected will go directly to Queenscourt 🙏🏻💗 #letsdothis #cancersupport #teamwork www.eatsleepbreatheyoga.co.ukRead More →

The Bhagavad Gita (sometimes referred to as ‘the Gita’) is believed by Hindu traditionalists to have come into existence in the third or fourth millennium BCE. Although some dispute that it probably dates from the fifth century to the second century BCE. It is a Sanskrit scripture, which is part of the far lengthier scripture Mahabharata (chapters 25 – 42 of the 6th book of Mahabharata). Although the Bhagavad Gita is an integral part of Hindu religious tradition, it is also highly regarded by Buddhists and other religions as a profound teaching.  The chapters, which make up The Bhagavad Gita, consist of a transcript dialogue,Read More →