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In light of the current global events and uncertainty, we’re beyond lucky that we can contribute to making enduring it all a little easier. With yoga, of course. Yoga is

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By Caroline Graham-Wood, Summersalt yoga SUP yoga teacher In spiritual growth, it is important to avoid imbalances between academic or intellectual learning and practical implementation. Otherwise there is a danger

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By Leah Sugerman, Summersalt yoga teacher Most of us know yoga as a physical exercise class to help us gain strength and flexibility. But, yoga’s roots run much deeper. The

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Five Steps to Living Yoga

By Rosie Moreton, yoga teacher As a yoga teacher who spends part of her life teaching in intense retreat environments, and part of her life floating from place to place with

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Kleshas – the obstacles to our spiritual journey

By Milda Urban, Summersalt Yoga founder As many yoga practitioners know – the final gift of one’s yoga and life’s journey is bliss (also known as Samadhi, moksha, enlightenment). It

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The importance of breathing

By Igne Aleliunas, for Summersalt Yoga Breathing is, well… important. Breathing ensures that all of our vital organs receive enough oxygen to function, keeping us alive. And, ironically, breathing is

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Build your practice, turn inward and honour your body

By Sarah Henderson, Summersalt yoga teacher What’s the difference between the active, yang classes and restorative, yin classes practised at the retreats and elsewhere? Let’s take a look! Yang/Sun sessions:

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Reflect. Breathe. Balance

By Jade McSorley for Summersalt Yoga Sure, I can lay on a beach on my vacation, working persistently on a tan than will probably never appear on my pale-ass British

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Meditation: Benefits, How to Start & Beginner Practices

By Sarah Henderson, Summersalt yoga teacher Are you thinking about starting a personal meditation practice, but don’t know what’s it’s all about or how to start? If you’ve never been

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A Beginner’s Guide to Yin Yoga

By Sarah Henderson, Summersalt Yoga teacher Yin yoga is a very slow, passive yoga practice, that increases the range of motion in your joints, and cultivates mindfulness and emotional well-being.

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