Meditation is a beautiful part of yoga. It is the seed that can always sprout immediately into a thousand petal lotus flower of happiness. It is an integral part of the path leading us to discover, love, heal and transform the totality of our beingRead More
We need to bridge our sense of loneliness and disconnection with a sense of community and continuity and in order to do this we must slow down, return to both the earth, the breath and our loved ones.Read More
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. The trees teach us to let go of the dead stuff... what no longer serves us. Or as we prefer ti think at Kula Spirit Retreats…To re-coil, re-group and invest in our roots!
We are happy to announce that Kula Spirit Retreats are moving forward to becoming as ZERO-WASTE as possible and are branching out to collaborate with some amazing vegan companies, chefs, bloggers, skin therapists, clothing brands to bring you the best wholesome experience we can offer.Read More
I don’t think I have a particular style of teaching. I love the spiritual energy that kundalini brings, and more pranayama-focused styles, and then I also love the healing and calm that a yin practice can bring. We all need some yin nowadays ;)Read More
In the busy lives we all live, giving yourself time to stop and reflect on where you are, compared to where you were, is important to both appreciate the journey and give yourself feedback. Reflection transforms our experience into learning, allowing us to draw links to our individual values, our goals and how our environment affects them.Read More
Inject a little green in your diet, get outside, try something new....Like a savoury green juice!
It’s a great way to get a vitamin hit, the purest form of hydration and won’t leave you with a nasty furry film on your flossey whites!
This month's full moon is your opportunity to reflect, count — and fully enjoy — your blessings while you can.... and of course start planning and welcoming in the latter half of the year with all its goals and manifestations.
1 in 6 patients trialled during a significant received ANY benefit at all from the use of the drugs (such as ibuprofen, paracetamol and codeine-type opioids) and that benefit was so small that it may have very little clinical relevance. Doctors and health professionals are now turning to alternative medicine and the power of movement to keep people mobile and pain freeRead More
If you can't find the light...be the light. Take time to appreciate your journey even the small achievements and remember the universe is always watching.Read More