Run, run as fast as you can, you cant catch me I’m Happiness!

Run, run as fast as you can you cant catch me I’m Happiness

Where can you find me?

Will you find me at the beach, on holiday?

Will you find me in your new car, or your new house?

Will you find me in your lover, in your husband or in your children?

If you were more confident, thinner, more beautiful would you find me then?

If you had a better job, would you find me there?

No…. Game over.

Stop running, stop chasing me.

You are looking in all the wrong places.

I have the best hiding place of all.

Look inside….

Under your limitations, beneath your wounds, far away from the outside world

Peekaboo here I am waiting for you, deep within yourself!

Come and find me, I am happiness.

Not the kind of happiness that comes and goes, that lasts for a moment or an hour.

I am a state of-being – a sense of well-being and contentment with life.

I live in harmony with sadness, anger and all the other emotions too but that’s part of being happy and whole.

Knowing yourself, your emotions, your truths and being able to love and accept your dark as well as letting your light shine bright.

And finding gratitude for all that you have been given in this life.

That’s where true happiness lies!

Come and find me




Who can practice yoga?

Who can practice yoga?

There is one simple answer: EVERYONE!

Social media has a massive effect on how yoga is perceived by the public. On Instagram especially, yoga gets portrayed as glamorous, sexy gymnastics!

These posts emphasise the physical practice but what people are missing is the deep philosophical, mind, body healing and spiritual nature of yoga. They focus on difficult poses that are unattainable for most people. This can be intimidating and daunting to anyone wanting to start yoga!

I have often heard people say that they don’t have the right body for yoga or they are not flexible enough.

Let me tell you do not have to be anything to practice yoga, you just have to be. That is all.

Yoga is connection. Connecting with yourself, bringing awareness to yourself and into your life. Its your own personal journey.

So if you are new to yoga, or already practising here is some advice for you:

  • Never compare yourself to anybody else, your mind and body are unique to you.
  • Forget about trying to get into advanced poses this is not the goal! Work with your body whatever stage you are at now.
  • Awareness is key – not only being aware of your body but of your mind, your actions and reactions too.
  • Always practice with love and kindness towards yourself – don’t get frustrated with yourself if you cant do something, just pause, breathe and send love to the area you are working on.
  • It is better to fully understand one pose than to do 10 poses without understanding them so take your time in each pose.
  • Remember that we all need to start somewhere , relax and enjoy the journey.

Lots of love




Living in the moment

When we live fully in the moment we can feel more alive and free and can bring so much more joy to our daily lives.

Do you ever notice that you are doing something but your mind is in another place?          Or you are reading a book and you suddenly realise that you don’t remember reading the last few lines because your mind was somewhere else? Continue reading

How to cultivate love and compassion for every being on this planet, including yourself.

Your heart is a giver and a receiver. It puts out electrical energy and draws in magnetic energy. What we put out weather its love, fear, empathy, sadness and so forth it contains an incredible amount of power to shape and influence our reality.

heart brain

When we feel love in our heart center we naturally emit the healing energy of compassion and we naturally attract love and compassion.

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