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The Yoga of Togetherness...

 


Hello Lovely People,
For me there has always been something magical about the new year. 

I love the feeling of a fresh start to create all the new visions and dreams that one has been holding within, and the chance to plant new seeds of growth and change.

Of course we have no idea what this particular new year will bring so I complete this year sharing the picture above of these adorable babies (not mine!!) reminding me that life can be more meaningful and more enjoyable when we share it together. 

I have had the pleasure of sharing some time with friends creating a new platform for inspiring content called: The Nectar Collective- the first topic of our content was 'Togetherness'- What a ride this theme took us on! There were moments of great closeness and also many illustrations of all the ways we are not yet together... all against the backdrop of the present world situation and the moments of physical and psychological separation that we have all undergone to the extreme this year. 

Today I would love to share a partner yoga class created with my friend Arianna Artioli, filmed in the summer on the beloved Greek island of Corfu. 

Share this session with a loved one if you are lucky enough to be close to one during this time, or feel free to practice the asanas solo knowing that in some way we are all connected!

Yoga of Togetherness Video link here: 

Visit The Nectar Collective and see a beautiful and diverse selection of articles, artwork, podcasts and videos created by friends here:  

I start this year resolving to do less! I have some yoga  and mantra videos ready to share with you, and some mantra lovestreams coming up (Monday 4th Jan 7.30 UK time / Sunday 17th Jan 11am UK time) but I am learning to let things flow and not full the plate so high while I care for my baby (even when a part of me wants to do soooooo many things!) 

I hope you enjoy the video, thank you for reading and wish you a very happy new year.

Big love!

:) s
    ❤🕉️❤


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