This section is dedicated to the books I have read along the path that have served and inspired me. From spiritual to factual and autobiographical, each has had its place on my life journey as a woman, a mother and as a yogini.

Daniel Odier – Tantric quest
Shiva Rea – Tending the Heart Fire
Micheal Roach – How yoga works
Lorin Roche – Radiant Sutras
Sri Swami Satchidananda – Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Sally Kempton – Awakening Shakti
Sally Kempton – For the Love of Meditation
translated by Stephen Mitchell – Tao Te Ching

Pam England and Rob Horowitz – Birthing from Within
Ina May Gaskin – Spiritual Midwifery
Naomie Stadlen – What Mothers Do

Uma Dinsmore-Tuli – Yoni Shakti
Sjoo & Mor – The Great Cosmic Mother
Naomi Wolff – Vagina
Alexandra Pope – Wild Power
Clover Stroud – My Wild and Sleepless Nights


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    I welcome you to our private, quiet, beautiful Brixton garden to practice yoga under the canopy of our honey locust tree. There is ample room to practice a healthy distance apart and feel safe in your own space. And if the weather turns we have some indoor space too. Everyone is welcome! Booking is essential, and class numbers are currently limited to 6 people. Entrance is through the Garden gate between 14 & 16 Fairmount Road, SW2 The classes are fun, relaxed and a wonderful opportunity to practice outdoors and get grounded at this crazy time. There is nothing like…
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