The team caught up with PYC student, mother of two and style leader Christelle Vignolo Banide. We chatted about her experience with the 21 Day Challenge last November. Hear how she came for the benefits to her body and stayed because of the benefits to her mind.
PYC regular Stephanie Achar shares her top 5 tips on how to eat mindfully so you can enjoy food, have plenty of it and live in peace with yourself. Be kind to yourself, accept the way you are, (even if you find it frustrating) to create peace within yourself and the way you eat.
London-based fitness blogger Holly Lois tried our 25-day introductory offer. "I think yoga is a tool which, amongst so many other things, helps us to naturally reprogram our subconscious wires and see that letting go is far more effective and powerful though it takes a lot of practice."
Don’t be put off by thoughts of a perfect ‘yoga body’ - Yoga can and will benefit any and all body shapes. Don't forget our wonderful teachers were once beginners too.
Vitamin C is cannot be stored in your body, this is why it's so important to ensure a daily intake of vitamin C to support your health. This is especially important when practicing because of the increased levels of sweat.
Something which struck me about Nepal was how little people had and how this never affected their generosity. Despite being one of the poorest countries in the world, its history and the spirit of its people made it one of the most magical!
That’s the thing about Yoga - you don’t get bored of it. You never ‘complete’ the final level, you never ‘win’, and you never get too old to practice. The more you practice Yoga, the deeper your understanding of your body and mind becomes.
Nestled inside the calm and tranquil haven that is TPYC, the newly opened Juice Bar has everything you need pre and post practice. Offering only the best products, all fruit and vegetables are 100% fresh and organic.
The imaginative and playful nature of the kids yoga classes causes loads of laughter. In a school environment where everyone is competing, Yoga is about the individual child thriving in a non-competitive environment where they feel valued and safe.
Jo believes that practising yoga provides an amazing foundation for endurance running. Every element of yoga; the postures, pranayama, the relaxation of the body, became an integral and beneficial part of her training programme.