Is your yoga practice stuck in a rut? Worry not - boredom, lack of motivation, procrastination...it happens to the best of us. Here are some suggestions to help you shake up your practice and remember...
8 ways to shake up your yoga practice
These vegan beetroot and chocolate muffins are simple to make and nutritious to boot.
Vegan beetroot and chocolate muffins
If you’ve ever struggled with sleep (or if you just want to feel more relaxed) I encourage you to take part in the Super Sleeper Series. This set of c...
Trouble sleeping? Our Super Sleeper Series will help!
Esther Ekhart explains how practising yoga from a place of awareness can transform our practice and our lives.
Yoga as a healing practice
In the third instalment of this anatomy series, we move a little further up the body to the thoracic spine - the upper back. We look at why mobility i...
Anatomy of the spine - the upper back
In a world that pulls our attention in a million different directions, it can be difficult to focus on the present moment. Tracey offers some practica...
How to live in the moment
Discover how to optimise your yoga practice depending upon the time of day.
How does the time of day affect your yoga practice?
In the second of her anatomy series, Dawn looks at how fascia and the breath support our structure and moves up the spine to explore the T12 area.
Anatomy of the spine - connected by the waist
Esther Ekhart invites you to Find your Yoga Rhythm and explains how she found hers.
How to find your yoga rhythm
Round off 2018 with some laughs. Here are a few of our favourite outtakes from filming this year. Wishing you all a very happy 2019 from everyone at E...
EkhartYoga Bloopers and Outtakes 2018
We invite you to investigate and experiment with your personal yoga practice rhythm. When we truly listen to our body and work with our natural rhythm...
Find your Yoga Rhythm
How do we move from mind-based knowledge toward a wisdom that is experienced within our heart?
What is Jnana Yoga?
In this 4-part series, Dawn Meredith-Davies takes us on a tour of the spine and our internal anatomy connected to it. First up - the lower back.
Anatomy of the spine - the lower back