A Yogafied Blog

Out With The Old In With The New

Posted 8 September, 2015
Article 46
Winter has left the building. Thank god. I’m not sure if I could have managed even a few more days of those bleak frosty doldrums. Not to mention another month of outrageous electricity bills. Every winter it’s the same, I open the bill ‘how can it possibly be!’ – however they’ve read the metre, the figure is fact, you must accept and move on. Begrudgingly.
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Home-birth To Hospital – The Story Of My Labour’s Last Minute Scene Change

Posted 21 August, 2015
Article 61
The inception of our son was a terrifying surprise for my partner and I. We were not planning a family so soon and his entrance stage left snuck up behind us without much warning.

However, being of appropriate ages and in the best place a relationship can be in we chose full steam ahead in to parenthood. A decision we are yet to regret.
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Yoga To Soothe Morning Sickness

Posted 19 August, 2015
Article 60
It is exactly two years since I was in the first trimester with my son Theo, yet the dazed and unending weeks that I suffered with morning sickness still haunt me. It crept in around week five, steady whole body lethargy and deep gut nausea with occasional vomiting. Delightful.
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Finding Your Balance In Cray Cray Times

Posted 12 August, 2015
Article 42
I am normally quite a healthy specimen. In my youth I suffered consistently from adrenal fatigue, two late nights in a row and my glands would flare up. However since embracing a daily meditation practice and bringing more yoga and consciousness in to my day-to-day life, all of those old recurring habits softly faded away.
That is until my son Theo turned up on the scene.

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Meditation: My pregnancy saviour

Posted 23 July, 2015
Article 62
Before I fell pregnant I viewed pregnancy as something of an enlightened experience. Steadily over 9 months the body blossoms, you glow from the inside out, floating around in soft maxi dresses, people spoil you with gifts and sweet treats while your only important decision is coming up with a unique and meaningful name for your new protégé.
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Discovering Your Practice

Posted 12 July, 2015
Article 41
There are many different styles of yoga to suit every kind of taste and constitution. Personally I have practised many varieties, including Power, Hatha Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Meditation and more recently Iyengar. I suppose you could say that I am a mut when it comes to my yoga style. Yes I just compared myself to a dog. The loving, from the pound, street-wise kind of yogi ☺
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