Mercedes takes you through a short deep breathing practice that is great for relieving stress and easing the busyness of the mind.
Mercedes guides us through various twists to relive tension and stress. These mindful postures can be followed by yogis of any level and will allow you to find space in both body and mind after a long day.
A short practice lead by Mercedes demonstrates how breathing in and breathing out over a count of 16 can instantly help distress and calm the mind.
Are you travelling soon? Or maybe you are always on the road for work or pleasure or both! Either way if so check out these tips from Molly on how to utilise the limited space on planes and trains to stretch out and re-energise during your journey.
Yeotown Meditation Maven Dan Pepiatt takes you through the do’s and don’t when it comes to meditation. He breaks down the misconceptions that often makes us shy away from using this amazing ancient practice in our busy modern days lives.
The final day of our Look Good Naked, 7 day Yoga Kickstart programme with Mercedes Ngoh Sieff. There is something incredibly powerful about moving fluidly however there is something equally as powerfully as sitting still. After 6 days of strengthening and stretching out the body in various ways including the bums + tums. legs, arms, balance […]
The holiday season is often referred to as a time of madness. Meditation, even a short one, can help us remove ourselves from the chaos and gain perspective. It helps us to pay attention to what has heart and meaning and not get distracted by things that don’t. Mercedes will guide you in a simple 8 […]
Molly guides a short yet effective ten minute meditation to allow you to reconnect to your inner self and release the stress from your mind.
Molly offers a fabulous sequence designed to stretch out the stress while at the same time sharpening your focus allowing more clarity and calm into the mind.
All Levels Molly explores an effective shoulder tension release sequence designed to leave you feeling much more relaxed and calm. Work deep into the hot spots that tend to tense up like the shoulder heads, back of neck and shoulder blades.