Sarah Greenall Yoga
Transform your wellbeing with yoga.
"The practice of yoga is ultimately an act of kindness towards oneself." Judith Hanson Lasater
LIFE IS PRECIOUS
Life is short and we don't know what's round the corner. Keeping mentally and physically fit for as long as possible is vital, allowing us to get the most out of the time we have. Life can also be hard, throwing us unexpected curve balls from time to time and juggling it all can be a challenge. I have been practising yoga for over 21 years - since the birth of my eldest child. Without a doubt, yoga - be it the physical practice, the breathing, the meditation or the philosophy - has helped me through the ups and downs of life and has been a steady constant which I can rely on, helping me navigate my way through life.
That is why I now teach, I want to share the knowledge I have gained so others too can reap the benefits of this wonderful ancient practice.
Yoga is so much more than a practice we do on our yoga mat - there is a lifetime of learning ahead if one chooses. It is a philosophy with love, joy and kindness at its core and it affects the way we think, act and speak. Yes, we learn how to move well and breathe well but we also learn how to connect inwards and find a peacefulness that provides true contentment and happiness that can radiate out to those around us. That's what I love most about yoga.
"Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the Self." The Bhagavad Gita
...on my computer working on my yoga business
...spending time with family or friends
...walking with a friend getting out in nature - in the park or by the river (love being near, on or in the water)
...pottering in the garden
...cooking in the kitchen
...listening to a podcast - anything from business to yoga/general wellbeing
...reading yoga or wellness/wellbeing books
...at the theatre or at an art gallery, I LOVE going up to London
...playing piano duets with one of my kids
...singing in a choir
...painting at an art class
...watching a good Scandi-drama on TV, or anything in the "Happy Valley" genre
...dreaming of being by the sea
None of us know what life holds for us. I firmly believe we should make the most of what we have, while we have it. Let's use yoga to live well and age well.