Kate Graham 200 hours (recently awarded) en route to 500


Kate has come to yoga the long way round - after putting herself through daily 10 mile runs for 12 years...all her muscles were so tight and contracted she thought she would snap if she did not stop, take stock and redirect her mind and her body into a more harmonious relationship. Having separated herself so successfully from her body and breath for more than a decade, she is now learning to yoke the two together in the most beautiful way - through regular asana (posture) and pranayama (breathing) practice. She is eternally grateful to all those yogi-s and yogini-s who have trod the path before her and who share it with her...and looks forward to sharing what she can with you...

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When we look at this piece of wood, we have a perception concerning this piece of wood. This piece of wood is itself, and we do not really know what it’s nature is. We just have an idea about this piece of wood, we only have an idea. Our perception of this piece of wood and this piece of wood itself, are very different from each other.

— Thich Nat Hahn