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Jiwan Brar creator of ‘Theraputic Yoga – The Foundation’ DVD interview & Sophie Brown with the transition from college to uni

On thursday I was joined in the studio by a student called Sophie Brown from Havering college. She has successfully made it through her course to the stage of applying for university. She has applied for English with Drama type courses. Here we discuss education, benefits of 6 form colleges offering A-level alternatives and her preparations for her first interview coming up, which is interview and audition (so to speak) based. Click below to listen again.

Chatting to Sophie Brown

Then Keith Brown from the FSB joined me to share local business news and views on Phoenix and I also covered some other local news and events throughout Drive.

On Friday, author and theraputic yoga specialist came into speak to me on Drive about her newly created DVD.

Most types of yoga are variations of Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga is the physical discipline and aspects of, Classical Yoga. Hatha Yoga emphasises the practice of yoga poses called asanas and energetic breathing exercises called pranayamas, to benefit the health and wellbeing of the mind and body. Those that embrace Classical yoga fully by practice of the physical and mindful aspects, would also adopt the yoga life-style, ethics, philosophy, preparation for spiritually, and meditation. This is a really important aspect of yoga that is being widely ignored and unpractised by the western modern-day life-style that is saturated in technology based communication, long work hours, repetitive movements, increased work load, and increasingly uncertain times. Stress, anxiety and finance worries are commonly experienced by many and we seem to live in a society that values others by what they own and how successful they are in earning money. Although many people are attending yoga based classes all over the UK, they are not achieving the art of mindfulness and meditation thus not feeling the power of the mind as a healing aid to the body and all the systems and organs within it. Some are also very much leaving their yoga at the door, so to speak, meaning that they are returning to fast paced, chronic stress as soon as they step outside of the class. Truly making room for yoga in your life, means walking with it in every step you take, even things that seem completely unrelated such as strength training. Yoga is not a religion, nor is it a workout but is:

“the process by which you lose all identity of yourself as a separate being and become united with your nature as both Shakti and Siva (meaning) – expansive, creative energy, as well as stillness, eternal bliss. Both these qualities are within you.” Lord Siva from ‘Structural Yoga Therapy,’ by Mukunda Stiles

In my discussion with Jiwan below, she educates me on the healing power of the breath and we share views on stress being a cause of people not inhaling and exhaling as they naturally should. If you would like to buy her DVD please contact me gabriella@mindhealthmovement.com and I will arrange it!

Chatting to Jiwan Brar

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Jiwan Brar creator of ‘Theraputic Yoga – The Foundation’ DVD interview & Sophie Brown with the transition from college to uni

On thursday I was joined in the studio by a student called Sophie Brown from Havering college. She has successfully made it through her course to the stage of applying for university. She has applied for English with Drama type courses. Here we discuss education, benefits of 6 form colleges offering A-level alternatives and her preparations for her first interview coming up, which is interview and audition (so to speak) based. Click below to listen again.

Chatting to Sophie Brown

Then Keith Brown from the FSB joined me to share local business news and views on Phoenix and I also covered some other local news and events throughout Drive.

On Friday, author and theraputic yoga specialist came into speak to me on Drive about her newly created DVD.

Most types of yoga are variations of Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga is the physical discipline and aspects of, Classical Yoga. Hatha Yoga emphasises the practice of yoga poses called asanas and energetic breathing exercises called pranayamas, to benefit the health and wellbeing of the mind and body. Those that embrace Classical yoga fully by practice of the physical and mindful aspects, would also adopt the yoga life-style, ethics, philosophy, preparation for spiritually, and meditation. This is a really important aspect of yoga that is being widely ignored and unpractised by the western modern-day life-style that is saturated in technology based communication, long work hours, repetitive movements, increased work load, and increasingly uncertain times. Stress, anxiety and finance worries are commonly experienced by many and we seem to live in a society that values others by what they own and how successful they are in earning money. Although many people are attending yoga based classes all over the UK, they are not achieving the art of mindfulness and meditation thus not feeling the power of the mind as a healing aid to the body and all the systems and organs within it. Some are also very much leaving their yoga at the door, so to speak, meaning that they are returning to fast paced, chronic stress as soon as they step outside of the class. Truly making room for yoga in your life, means walking with it in every step you take, even things that seem completely unrelated such as strength training. Yoga is not a religion, nor is it a workout but is:

“the process by which you lose all identity of yourself as a separate being and become united with your nature as both Shakti and Siva (meaning) – expansive, creative energy, as well as stillness, eternal bliss. Both these qualities are within you.” Lord Siva from ‘Structural Yoga Therapy,’ by Mukunda Stiles

In my discussion with Jiwan below, she educates me on the healing power of the breath and we share views on stress being a cause of people not inhaling and exhaling as they naturally should. If you would like to buy her DVD please contact me gabriella@mindhealthmovement.com and I will arrange it!

Chatting to Jiwan Brar

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Jiwan Brar creator of ‘Theraputic Yoga – The Foundation’ DVD interview & Sophie Brown with the transition from college to uni

On thursday I was joined in the studio by a student called Sophie Brown from Havering college. She has successfully made it through her course to the stage of applying for university. She has applied for English with Drama type courses. Here we discuss education, benefits of 6 form colleges offering A-level alternatives and her preparations for her first interview coming up, which is interview and audition (so to speak) based. Click below to listen again.

Chatting to Sophie Brown

Then Keith Brown from the FSB joined me to share local business news and views on Phoenix and I also covered some other local news and events throughout Drive.

On Friday, author and theraputic yoga specialist came into speak to me on Drive about her newly created DVD.

Most types of yoga are variations of Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga is the physical discipline and aspects of, Classical Yoga. Hatha Yoga emphasises the practice of yoga poses called asanas and energetic breathing exercises called pranayamas, to benefit the health and wellbeing of the mind and body. Those that embrace Classical yoga fully by practice of the physical and mindful aspects, would also adopt the yoga life-style, ethics, philosophy, preparation for spiritually, and meditation. This is a really important aspect of yoga that is being widely ignored and unpractised by the western modern-day life-style that is saturated in technology based communication, long work hours, repetitive movements, increased work load, and increasingly uncertain times. Stress, anxiety and finance worries are commonly experienced by many and we seem to live in a society that values others by what they own and how successful they are in earning money. Although many people are attending yoga based classes all over the UK, they are not achieving the art of mindfulness and meditation thus not feeling the power of the mind as a healing aid to the body and all the systems and organs within it. Some are also very much leaving their yoga at the door, so to speak, meaning that they are returning to fast paced, chronic stress as soon as they step outside of the class. Truly making room for yoga in your life, means walking with it in every step you take, even things that seem completely unrelated such as strength training. Yoga is not a religion, nor is it a workout but is:

“the process by which you lose all identity of yourself as a separate being and become united with your nature as both Shakti and Siva (meaning) – expansive, creative energy, as well as stillness, eternal bliss. Both these qualities are within you.” Lord Siva from ‘Structural Yoga Therapy,’ by Mukunda Stiles

In my discussion with Jiwan below, she educates me on the healing power of the breath and we share views on stress being a cause of people not inhaling and exhaling as they naturally should. If you would like to buy her DVD please contact me gabriella@mindhealthmovement.com and I will arrange it!

Chatting to Jiwan Brar

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Jiwan Brar creator of ‘Theraputic Yoga – The Foundation’ DVD interview & Sophie Brown with the transition from college to uni

On thursday I was joined in the studio by a student called Sophie Brown from Havering college. She has successfully made it through her course to the stage of applying for university. She has applied for English with Drama type courses. Here we discuss education, benefits of 6 form colleges offering A-level alternatives and her preparations for her first interview coming up, which is interview and audition (so to speak) based. Click below to listen again.

Chatting to Sophie Brown

Then Keith Brown from the FSB joined me to share local business news and views on Phoenix and I also covered some other local news and events throughout Drive.

On Friday, author and theraputic yoga specialist came into speak to me on Drive about her newly created DVD.

Most types of yoga are variations of Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga is the physical discipline and aspects of, Classical Yoga. Hatha Yoga emphasises the practice of yoga poses called asanas and energetic breathing exercises called pranayamas, to benefit the health and wellbeing of the mind and body. Those that embrace Classical yoga fully by practice of the physical and mindful aspects, would also adopt the yoga life-style, ethics, philosophy, preparation for spiritually, and meditation. This is a really important aspect of yoga that is being widely ignored and unpractised by the western modern-day life-style that is saturated in technology based communication, long work hours, repetitive movements, increased work load, and increasingly uncertain times. Stress, anxiety and finance worries are commonly experienced by many and we seem to live in a society that values others by what they own and how successful they are in earning money. Although many people are attending yoga based classes all over the UK, they are not achieving the art of mindfulness and meditation thus not feeling the power of the mind as a healing aid to the body and all the systems and organs within it. Some are also very much leaving their yoga at the door, so to speak, meaning that they are returning to fast paced, chronic stress as soon as they step outside of the class. Truly making room for yoga in your life, means walking with it in every step you take, even things that seem completely unrelated such as strength training. Yoga is not a religion, nor is it a workout but is:

“the process by which you lose all identity of yourself as a separate being and become united with your nature as both Shakti and Siva (meaning) – expansive, creative energy, as well as stillness, eternal bliss. Both these qualities are within you.” Lord Siva from ‘Structural Yoga Therapy,’ by Mukunda Stiles

In my discussion with Jiwan below, she educates me on the healing power of the breath and we share views on stress being a cause of people not inhaling and exhaling as they naturally should. If you would like to buy her DVD please contact me gabriella@mindhealthmovement.com and I will arrange it!

Chatting to Jiwan Brar

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