I’m so excited to be launching my new campaign ‘Keeping It Real’. This campaign is all about real yoga for real people. I’ll be busting myths about what yoga really is, how it can be done by all shapes, sizes and abilities and how you can easily incorporate it into your day. I’ll also be showcasing the real, wonderful people that practice yoga and celebrating the real benefits that you can experience when you give it try.
Check out this campaign page and the video below to find out more!
So often, the yoga we see in the media just isn’t true to real life. Usually, you’ll see a stick-thin girl with her legs wrapped behind their head. She’s probably young, beautiful and the pose she’s doing makes your muscles ache just looking at her. But that’s not even close to what real yoga is.
Yoga is mindfulness, yoga is three deep breaths, yoga is self care… in fact, anything you do with attention to how you feel is yoga.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing on social media what yoga is to my lovely students. Afterall, we all have our own unique reasons for finding and practicing yoga.
Here are a few examples of what they’ve had to say so far. Keep an eye on my social media channels for more!
Real yoga is for everybody and every body. It welcomes us, just as we are – wobbly bits, bad days and all – and helps us to deal with the stresses that we all experience as real people. I’m also going to be showcasing the real, wonderful people that practice yoga and celebrating the real benefits that you can experience when you give it try.
To kick this off, I’ll be sharing a bit more information about me – as a teacher and a person – so you can get to know me a bit more. Follow along on social media or head over to my YouTube channel and take a look at my ‘Keeping It Real’ videos.
I’ll also be sharing some case studies from students new and old – more on this coming soon!
Through this campaign, I really want to encourage more people to give yoga a go. It really is for everybody! To support this, I’ll be offering a series of taster sessions over the next few months where you can come along, find out more about yoga and give the basics a try alongside others who might be new to yoga too. I’ll post about future sessions on this page and over on my booking system too.
I’m really excited to share my ‘Mindful Minute’ videos with you. These are quick self-care practices that you can do at home (or anywhere!) to help you to relax and feel grounded.
I’m a big believer that yoga doesn’t just happen on the mat. These videos can be watched any time you need a wellbeing boost. Enjoy!