Entries by Suzanne Davies

May News

April / May News: It’s been a busy few weeks. On the 30th April, we ran another Gong Training weekend in London. It is always a pleasure to introduce people to playing the gong, and to see how people develop over the day. Huge congratulations to Suzy, Janine, Anna, Karis, Tina, Clare, and Amrit – […]

May Reading List 2022

Gardening, breakfast, weeds & ice baths…. 1/ Wim Hof – The Wim Hof Method If the BBC show, Freeze Your Fear, has inspired you to install an ice tub & wear a poncho, read more here. Wim Hof is about as real as they come, and his method, drawn from Tibetan Tantra, time-tested. Highly recommend! […]

Smoothie Bowl

A smoothie bowl is so stereotypical for a Yoga teacher, I thought twice about posting this! But the truth is, since eating Prana Rich, I have been creating these a few times a week. They look like works of art, and have been filling me with so much joy (and energy) I felt I had […]

The Thyroid Gland

I know a lot about the Thyroid Gland. I don’t say this to be boastful, the fact is there gave been a lot of thyroid issues in my family. My mother swears it’s hereditary, so I have spent time understanding the issues. Just in case. What is it? The thyroid gland is butterfly shaped, and […]

Eating Prana Rich

During lockdown, I ate. Well, it wasn’t so much that I ate, more that I had more time to cook. Alex was happy as I had time to bake cakes and biscuits. I experimented with different cuisines. My cookery skills increased, and so did my waistline! Over Xmas we were lucky enough to spend a […]

What is the Purpose of Asana?

For Patanjali, asana meant sitting in meditation. The Hatha Yogis used asana to prepare the body for meditation. For millions of modern-day yogis, Yoga IS asana. So, what is the purpose of asana (yoga postures and exercises)? Different Times Firstly, our society is very different to that of the ancient yogis. We have information overload, […]