Why I'm doing a 21 Day Detox...
Hello everyone, I've recently got back from a trip to the US and this week has been tough. My sleep pattern is all over the place (I've been walking zombie-like), and summer drinking sessions have left me feeling sluggish and bloated. I've also realised my fitness routines have gone out of the window... I was chatting to my coach this morning about it all and from Tuesday I'm going on a detox. I'd love to share what I'm doing with you all and invite you to join me on a 21 day
6 things Yoga with Jayne IS...
1. A safe space to decompress. YES - laying still on the mat for the whole hour in Shavasana IS allowed if that's what your body is asking you for :) 2. Non-judgmental: leave your ego at the door with the umbrellas. You won't need it in class. 3. A place to find yourself in the company of others. Your mat is your space. Bring to it what you what you want to bring to your life. A place to just breath, move and be. It's yours for the hour to treat yourself with You-Time. 4. Whe
6 things Yoga with Jayne is NOT...
1. Fashionista: My trusty black leggings are more 50 shades of grey than black, and not in a sexy way.... By all means wear what makes you happy (exceptions are your birthday suit - it's not that type of class), but special yoga clothes are not needed. Just you, a smile and something you can move comfortably in 2. Perfect: I make "mistakes", rights and lefts sometimes elude me, and no-one will judge you if you end up facing the "wrong" way 3. About being super bendy: you will
Taking the brakes off - an afternoon of feeling the fear and doing it anyway.
After a very inspiring day spent with my coach Ben, I just really wanted to share some of my experiences and learnings with you! We had a super productive day planning out my vision for "Yoga with Jayne" and beyond, followed by…. Cycling round the London Olympic Velodrome! Wow - it was SCARY - there were no brakes on the bikes, only 1 gear, and our feet were strapped in - so if you fall, you really fall. The sides of the velodrome are surprisingly very steep when you get up c
Being a good friend to yourself
Do you feel like you're on the go from the moment you wake up til the moment you go to bed? Struggle to find time to unwind in your average working day / week? Here’s something I wanted to share with you: I'm often running on full steam, charging from one class, task or meeting to the next, cramming in work in breaks, working through my lunch break and generally burning the candle at both ends. Doing all the stuff I love - yoga, socialising, my marketing job, but finding it t