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Mercedes N Sieff

About Mercedes N Sieff

Perfectly imperfect Yogini in stilettos, Mercedes Ngoh Sieff is Co-Founder of the award winning Yeotown Health retreat. A long time Vinyasa Flow Yoga instructor and one of the UK's happiest and most creative teachers, Mercedes divides her time between London and Devon.

Flow Yoga Mama to two baby girls and wife to an awesome guy, Mercedes is a lifestyle blogger for the Huffington Post and frequently contributes articles to popular wellbeing websites such as MindBodyGreen and Elephant Journal. She is an ambassador for Lululemon Athletica and Manduka and features regularly on ITV1, BBC Radio and in publications such as Tatler, The Sunday Times , Conde Nast Traveler, OM Magazine, Harpers Bazaar and Yoga Magazine. Mercedes is also a Positive Psychology Coach and holds a Diploma in Coaching from Cambridge University.

For more on Mercedes, visit her website linked below.

http://www.mercedessieff.com


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Flow Yoga Mama Modifications for Pregnancy

Mercedes and Molly demonstrate how to modify your practice for pregnancy so you can still attend your regular group classes or modify your self practice. A perfect tutorial for existing yoga practitioners or athletic beginners who become pregnant yet still wish to maintain a flow yoga practice.


A Day in the Diet of a Healthy Gut Brain

Yeotown co-founder Mercedes Sieff contributed this healthy diet plan to Stylist Magazine’s recent in depth article on gut health. Listening to our gut is something we always do at Yeotown! On waking: Start the day with lemon in hot water to stimulate your gut. Breakfast: Sugar-free Coconut Yoghurt with Fresh Dark Berries Yoghurt contains a […]

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How to Set Goals Which Will Make You Happy

Oh yes it’s that time where goal setting is all the rage as the start of a new year begins. It’s also around this time that those same goals can suddenly seem daunting or lose their shiny allure. While more traditional models of goal setting focus on the “what” of a goal, Positive Psychology studies […]