We open on Monday March 2nd at our brand new studio, and to celebrate, we’ve secured some excellent goodie bags for the first 25 people to buy a class pack or membership. We’ve got Hey! Holla yoga bags, Bounce energy balls from We Heart Living, Propercorn popcorn, Teapigs tea, Ombar raw chocolate, Rebel Kitchen dairy free mylks (chocolate, chai or matcha green tea), Roots&Bulbs flavoured waters, Clarins products (either hand & nail cream, Eau Dynamisante, Renew Plus Body Serum or a One Step Cleanser) and Chia Company Oats and Chia packs. All this comes in an East of Eden Walthamstow canvas bag.
Take a deep breath… East of Eden yoga arrives in Walthamstow
Walthamstow residents and single-parent powerhouses Abigail McLachlan and Naomi Costantino are spreading their yoga passion to East 17, with a brand new 30-mat studio East of Eden, opening March 2nd 2015 in the newly created TramWorks.
“You have made very deep promises between your Soul and your Self. Now is the time to carve your place into the memory of this planet earth and serve this promise. May your journey complete its way to your destiny. And may you understand the preciousness of your own life.” – Yogi Bhajan
What is Dharma? There are plenty of explanations and interpretations out there about the concept of Dharma and how it plays out in this divine and equally elusive Universe of ours. But it is commonly thought of as our “life purpose”, and at it’s roots the word speaks to duties, conduct and virtues.
There really is no such thing as mistakes in yoga. It’s about the process and arriving on your mat exactly where you are in that present moment and working from there. Having said that, here are a few pointers to help you on your way.
Yoga teacher Naomi Constantino gives you her top 5 ways to be a better yogi so you can get even more from your time on the mat.