Technology, and more specifically social media, isn’t going anywhere any time soon, so we all need to make sure we’re doing the most we can to adapt in this slightly crazy world and take care of our mental health. It’s time for a digital detox and here’s how and why. There are many wonderful things that come with social media (just think baby goat videos and the gif of Dawson crying), but there are also negatives. The addiction that comes with owning a phone, tablet or laptop. Never REALLY switching off from the online world and being obsessed with what other… View Post

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This blog post is to tell you about two things. One is extremely important, the other is just pretty cool (featuring Mr Cole Sprouse) and I wanted to share it with you. Let’s start with the important stuff first… Some of you may already know that The Body Shop has joined forces with Cruelty Free International to bring to life a campaign to finally put a stop to animal testing in the cosmetic industry all over the world. The campaign has been hugely successful, so far getting over 6 million signatures, but we need more. Testing on animals is absolutely… View Post

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Are you someone that suffers with tight hamstrings? Maybe you’re a runner? Maybe you lift weights, you cycle, you hike, you sit at a desk all day? Maybe you do none of those things, but just suffer with tight hamstrings. If so, give these five yoga postures for tight hamstrings a go. Remember that flexibility doesn’t happen over night, so sadly these stretches aren’t going to make you super mobile after just one day. I recommend trying some of my yoga flows on YouTube. They’re totally free, with sequences ranging from 10 minutes to 1 hour long. When it comes… View Post

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In yoga and meditation we use different tools to help us set intentions and take our focus inwards. Yoga mudras (hand gestures) are one of the ways of doing this. With each one having a different meaning and use, we’re able to use the mudras to further our practice, taking it deeper into the mind and soul, as well as just the body. There are many different yoga mudras, so I’ve selected three of my favourites to share with you in this blog post. Namaste mudra, Kali mudra and Padma mudra are my chosen mudras because they are the ones I… View Post

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Travelling to Australia was a total dream come true for Rob and I, as it was somewhere we’d wanted to visit for so long. As part of a three-week long trip, we spent six nights in Sydney – three at the start and three at the end. WHERE TO STAY THE ESTABLISHMENT We stayed at The Establishment Hotel in CBD, which was the perfect location for our first time in Sydney. Being so central meant that we were able to get everywhere we needed to go and the breakfast at The Establishment was amazing. Avocado and kale on sourdough is… View Post

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Last month, Rob and I were invited out to the Sandals Grande Antigua resort, to create some wonderful memories together, as part of Sandals #JustAddLove campaign. I’ve known about Sandals for years, always seeing the picture perfect beaches in the adverts and the loved up couples having dinner on the beach, so we were intrigued to jump straight into a dreamy postcard photo and see what it was all about. Here’s what we got up to… DAY ONE: Sandals kindly planned two excursions for us, the reading trip to the local school being one of them. This was most definitely… View Post

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JOIN US FOR OUR FIRST EVER UK RETREAT! September 28th – October 1st, Norfolk I’m so excited to be hosting this UK retreat with the amazing Carly Rowena, my beautiful friend and extremely talented PT and fitness professional. Here’s what you can expect on our UK fitness retreat. THE RETREAT This 3-night UK fitness retreat will have our guests exploring different styles of yoga with me, along with a workout with Carly each day. Without giving too much away, prepare to have a lot of fun, eat delicious food and meet like-minded people. Whether you’re coming with a friend, relative or… View Post

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I know London has a lot of amazing vegan cafes and restaurants to eat at, but they just feel so spread out. Being a vegan in Lisbon was a dream, as we ate some of the yummiest vegan food I’ve had so far. Here are the best vegan restaurants in Lisbon… PSI PSI is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant, one of the oldest of its kind in Lisbon. A random, but pretty cool fact about PSI is that the founder had a strong relationship with the Buddhist community in Portugal and she dreamed of having the Dalai Lama come to… View Post

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When it comes to my online presence, I feel that I’m in a slightly odd space, somewhere between a ‘yoga influencer’ and lifestyle/wellness blogger, but it’s a good kind of odd, at least it feels that way to me. Yoga is absolutely a huge aspect of my life, it’s my passion, it’s something I’ve been entrusted to teach and it’s something that gives me clarity and strength on a daily basis. That being said, there is more to me than yoga. I don’t feel that we should ever be defined with labels, but in the world we live in, it… View Post

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Not my usual type of blog post, but after last week’s trip to Antigua and the many comments I received on Instagram about my daily swimwear choice, I thought it would be fun to shoot a little swimwear lookbook while I was away. Introducing some of the best bikini brands… in my opinion of course! To be honest with you, this is probably the best I’ve ever felt in a bikini, feeling so much more confident than I ever have done before, so here are the pieces I wore while I was away, ranging from cheap & chic high street… View Post

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