Wild Laurel

By Laurella Fox-Pitt

Posts tagged with yoga

Knowing what you need

Life gets a rather crazy over Christmas and chances are things ran away with you a little! Then January hits and you vow to do your yoga practice twice a day and only eat green soup with gluten free crackers and never let sugar pass your lips again…. help! and by January 20th or maybe […]

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Cultivating Your Creative Core

I am often asked what the best way is to strengthen our core. And really it is simple. Use your body well, do the work and build awareness. Here is how… The breathing is often the last thing that comes together in our yoga practice but it is the most important. The breath is what […]

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What is your Wild Abandonment?

What does Wild Abandonment mean to you? If you are a mother it could mean leaving your baby at the coat check while you dance the night away and if you are a gardener you have an image of your flowers ravaged by weeds. At first glance it can seem like a negative, something frivolous, […]

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You can do Yoga!

Simple steps to overcoming the initial challenges of Yoga. 1.   Start at the beginning You maybe sporty and fit but yoga is complex and getting to know it and feel comfortable with it can take a few sessions. It is understandably disheartening to see the person next to you wrap their leg around their head […]

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Why don’t you do Yoga?

1.   You think you can’t do yoga Too stiff, too old, too highly strung, I have heard it all. It’s like saying you are too dirty to take a shower. If you feel like you can’t do yoga you probably need to start! If you’re feeling stiff and immobile it will reflect into all aspects […]

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The Breath and beyond

I want to write about something so simple we never even think about it. Something so natural we forget to use it, so easy we almost find it hard, but something so powerful it can transform any situation. The Breath… It’s not something we have ever been taught to do and hence tend to just […]

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From India to Mountainous Mexico.

In the last 12 years I have yogered all over the world and each experience has been a learning one. Some painfully so, others more mild but each has its teachings. This week I found myself in the mountains of Chiapas, a beautiful region in south east Mexico, rich in mayan culture and home of […]

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