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Nicole Koop Bliss Baby Yoga LRGraduate of our Bliss Baby Yoga 80 hour Women’s Yoga Teacher Training and self-confessed ‘Bed Yogi’, Nicole Koop, shares her story of how embracing a feminine approach to yoga has benefited her and the other women that she works with.

As the busy mother of three children, Nicole’s body, mind and soul were bearing the brunt of the many challenges that women can face on their mothering journey.


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feminine yoga webAre you a stressed-out, exhausted, overwhelmed mother, partner, employee or business owner with too much to juggle and an urgent sense that there’s never enough time?  

If the answer’s yes, it’s high time you explored ways you can offer yourself more self-love both on and off the yoga mat.


Ana Davis Parvrtta Janu SirsasanaThis month, Bliss Baby Yoga Director and Founder, Ana Davis, shares how can we adjust our yoga practice to reflect the changing needs of the different phases of our menstrual cycle and support ourselves on an holistic level.

It’s typically said that our monthly cycle consists of two phases. The First phase, known as the Proliferative or Follicular Phase, spans from the menstrual period until ovulation(usually occurring mid-cycle). The second phase, called the Luteal or Premenstrual Phase, extends from post-ovulation until we bleed again.


This month Bliss Baby Yoga director and author of "The Dark Moon - Nurturing Yoga for Healthy Menstruation", Ana Davis, shares the importance of employing nurturing practices during menstruation.

stress 2The concept of 'self-care' is a bit of a buzz-word these days, particularly in yoga and wellbeing circles. And it’s no wonder when you consider that the negative effects of stress and burn out are reaching epidemic proportions in our modern lives.  Even though it’s across the board, women are even more susceptible to the impact of stress.  Arianna Huffington writes in her timely book, “Thrive”, that “women in highly stressed jobs have a nearly 40 percent increased risk of heart disease and heart attacks… and a 60 percent greater risk for type 2 diabetes.” She goes on to say that women are also twice as likely to die of heart attack in high-stress jobs and are also more vulnerable to alcoholism and eating disorders when stressed.   


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