"I treat others as I wish to be treated. I believe in abundance and each day I am learning anew to accept who I have become."
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"I heard snippets of conversation; mother's hurrying children and husband's out of the door so as not to be late for mass at 08h00 ... women sweeping the front of their homes with brooms which are distinctly Harry Potter-esque (minus the stick); hawking and spitting..."
"When asked last year (...) how much money would I need to "change my life" I immediately answered "around four grand." The chaps in the conversation almost laughed out loud as their multiple millions seemed much more "realistic" than my ridiculously meagre amount."
"The focus moves down the body and always a modification taught that can be done easily and discreetly in the workplace. It is vital that the sessions have a "take-away" to give participants an element of movement re-education and ownership into taking care of their bodies whilst at work. Additionally, for companies / organisations this becomes part of the ongoing "health and wellbeing" offering..."
"Each time someone communicates with me I (try my utmost to) pay full attention and listen with both ears and eyes. It is amazing what additional information can be gleamed when observing the gestures, mannerisms and body-language alongside dialogue."
Richard doesn't know his own strength sometimes and launched me across him with such force that I literally flew over...and way beyond where I needed to make contact with his feet
"It is important to state that although partner yoga relies on there being two people in the partnership, they do not have to be a) partners, b) the same size or c) good at yoga."
"scientists observed that some of these monkeys learned to wash sweet potatoes, and gradually this new behaviour spread through the younger generation of monkeys - in the usual fashion, through observation and repetition."
if you have a job that is sitting down, or a lower-back tightness, if you carry small children or heavy weights during your daily tasks, then trying the following short exercise will allow you to identify what you need to "switch-on"
"...complete trust in both Stacie and Ryan's exceptionally high taste standards and innovative approach to food. "To us we like to make our calories count, empty calories don't make healthy people" "
"Perhaps it is the reminder of a blissful feeling after a soothing treatment or for some the soft, comfortable floor underfoot evokes the excitement of achieving "another" first balance or unknown stretch."
"This intricate and tiny adjustment is done with such care and respect for each individual that it is always with huge wonderment (as much myself as for participant!) that improvements are noticed in as little as one session."
"don't judge until you have walked a mile in a mother woman's stilettos"
I would spend 75+ mins (PB) on hands and knees making certain it was spotless. Which was great, necessary, time-consuming and physical (the studio is a whole lot larger with a cloth and bucket in hand!)
Every single day offers one, if not more, possibilities to learn. What is so rewarding for me is that I get to pass that learning along, to share information, impart knowledge and more often than not, see someone shine in front of my eyes!
I have found a pleasurable quietness and it is my mission to share it with as many clients as I can.
"...how incredible acupuncture could be when given by a therapist who is a pure channel for this ancient healing energy, who tells stories passed down from early Chinese practitioners, and who literally "comes alive" when giving a treatment."
** I feel uncomfortable if I use odd-weighted cutlery - ** wheatgrass is not my friend - ** A palate can be trained out of anything....but not quite into everything - **
Sometimes an argument with a rude (and usually overweight taxi driver - #justsaying) might slow me down for a few moments...
This is the season of newness, of growth and emergence. Time to come out of hiding and shed layers, not just fabrics but stored fats that have been keeping our bodies warm throughout the cold Winter.