Hello. My name is Rosie. I'm the co-founder of Kaliyoga Retreats.
I’d like to share with you the reasons why I love walking so much.
Tips on running a successful yoga retreat
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Socrates
The media is clobbering us with 24/7 misery... do horror stories cause copy-cat behaviour and add to stress-related depression?
I just had the most amazing experience.
Back in January we first met 37-year-old midwife Louise Kayles. For years she has lived with a crippling self-doubt about every aspect of her appearance. In September last year Louise was diagnosed with breast cancer and, after completing chemotherapy, she made the brave decision to undergo a mastectomy.
UK Weekend Yoga Intensive with Tashi Dawa
1st & 2nd November, 2014
The Skylight Centre
49 Corsica Street
London N5 1JT
Clearing the mind fog
A letter from one of our lovely managers in France, some full moon magic and a lot of love.
When you think about a yoga retreat, do you think discipline, hard work, gruelling effort? It’s really not like that at all. Why it’s the best way of all to spend your vacation…
Knowing yoga (or any other exercise) makes you feel happier, fitter, healthier and more confident doesn’t mean it’s always easy to motivate yourself into actually doing it. How can you make daily yoga seem easy and reap the benefits for the whole of the summer?
Hello everyone. Rosie here again, co-founder of Kaliyoga.
I find it too easy to let my yoga routine slip for a week or two over Christmas. It’s just too tempting to leave my mat in the cupboard, especially if I’ve got that sluggish feeling from eating too many mince pies. I’ve managed, however, to see in the new year without feeling too over-full or guilty.
How to survive the Christmas Holidays
My name is Rosie and I am the co-founder of Kaliyoga Retreat.
12 years ago I quit my tepid London life and eloped to Spain with fellow yoga teacher Jonathon (‘Jonji’) where we created what we hoped would become the best-loved yoga retreat centre in Europe.
So without further ado I’d like to share with you some of the background to Kaliyoga’s humble beginnings, in the hope that it may inspire you to pursue your dreams until they are realized, even if the road ahead may be mined with obstacles.