As winter blankets our world, it's a time for introspection and self-care. The chilly months invite us to turn inward, focusing on our well-being and finding solace amidst the cold.
Off The Mat Blog
We're turning our focus towards cosier days – warm clothes, woolly blankets, candle-light nights and other comforting ways to sustain ourselves through the colder days (and nights). BUT it’s important
Autumn brings a promise of harvest, bounty and colour. For sun-seekers and summer-lovers, this seasonal shift can mark the slow slide towards winter days and long nights. For some of
Injuries can happen to us at any time. On or off the mat, and sometimes with far-reaching, even life-changing consequences. More people are turning to yoga as part of their
At Yoga on the Edge we are always refining our timetable to make our classes as accessible as possible. With new members, new teachers, and new classes, it feels like
One of the most important elements of what we do at Yoga on the Edge doesn’t feature much on our timetable. We don’t have a special page of the website
None of us are immune to stress. But the way we view stress, how we respond to it, and how much space it occupies in our minds and bodies can
How about a few shifts to reinvigorate and energise your practice? Renew your energy on the mat and let it flow through all that you do. Here’s 5 easy ways
World Book Day (March 2nd) is a charity-run endeavour to encourage the habit of reading for pleasure in children and young people. It’s now observed in over 100 countries around
New Year’s resolutions aren’t for everyone. Now that January is (finally) over, it raises the question: If you made New Year’s resolutions - have you kept any? Do you envisage
December 21st is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. It is the counterpart and opposite of the June 21st summer solstice and brings us to the final part of
Colder, darker months don’t always inspire us to leap out of bed and roll out the mat. But, with a few tips, you can build a routine for healthy, happy
Many of us love to step into a long, relaxing bath at the end of a hard day. Soaking in, allowing troubles, tensions and stresses and aches to melt away.
Well, it depends on who you ask! For some, autumn begins on September 1st - which is the start of autumn, meteorologically speaking. Its the time of new school term
With a UK heatwave on the cards this week, it's a good time to consider how yoga can help to beat the heat. As summer stretches out before us, here's
June brings with it the Summer Solstice. On the 21st June we reach the shortest night and the longest day. The solstices have long been a point of celebration, so why
It may be widely accepted that yoga improves flexibility and health of the body. But what about the mind? In 2022 - post-lockdowns, modern society has a combination of stresses
At the core of Yoga on the Edge is the community we build. We want our studio space to act as a retreat from the outside world as well as
Fancy working on your asana for a weekend in Wales? How about a savasana on sun-kissed shores? You’re not alone… Yoga retreats have exploded in popularity in recent years, and
Have you ever been sat on your mat, ready to start your yoga practice, when your teacher asks you to ‘set an intention’… only to have your mind go blank,
By Maria Pringle I’m so excited to meet some new faces, but before I do I thought I’d introduce myself and share my background story. My name is Maria, I’m
By Sonia Morales, Integrative Health and Wellness. Mind Body Medicine What is stress and anxiety and when does it become an issue? In this post Sonia explores these topics as
By Hazel Littlemore-Young Starting a new yoga class can be daunting, but to choose when you don’t know your elbow from your asana?
By Natalie Phillips The idea of walking back into a studio can be quite daunting after a considerably long time in isolation. How do we cope and what lessons have
By Clare Broomhead Clare writes about her journey to back-bending: The benefits, emotional comeuppances and physical challenges to the obtainment of these postures.
By Kelly Mason A plant based recipe made using doterra wild orange oil. It's Vegan & Gluten free.
by Clare Broomhead There are so many different types of yoga practice available now, which is both incredible and can be truly daunting. It’s so important to commence your journey
By Trisha Hills The word ‘mindfulness’ has become ubiquitous in today's language, we’ve all heard it, read it, maybe even used it, but how many of us understand what it
By Kelly Mason A beautiful, light and Asian infused slaw packed with goodness & nutrition. This is a completely vegan hemp, miso, white sesame & almond coleslaw made using Lets
By Clare Broomhead We do not ask our members to dedicate to practice every day, nor do we demand that you be a contortionist. We simply ask you to enter