All in a day’s work! One of the things I love about my job is the variety of experiences it gives me, from travelling to Bali and India to handstanding on penthouse suite balconies overlooking the Thames! I teamed up with Barratt London to do just that. It was great fun making shapes and stretching out across some of their gorgeous London developments. Check out the article here.
Back in August 2016 Katarina flew out to Portland, Oregon to meet with Reebok for a photo and video shoot. She is now representing London Yoga for their new spring summer campaign.
Look out for her yoga shots and videos online and in store at Reebok!
Alice Bowers recently asked a number of yoga teachers to contribute to her online blog on...
Yoga & Mindfulness
The question is: What would be your top tip for bringing mindfulness into everyday life? (especially for students to combat stress and boost productivity)
Check out what we had to say...
Frame's premier stand alone Yoga studio will be opening it's doors in Kings Cross this September...and I'm very excited to have 3 new weekly classes on the timetable!
Check it out...
Thanks for the shout out Evening Standard.
Instagram's a funny one and is definitely a bone of contention in the yoga world. For me it's a tool for communicating and publicising my classes, workshops and retreats. I think as long as that doesn't start to cloud your vision and intention as a yoga teacher then there is no harm in it. My intention is to present yoga to students in an authentic and inspiring way, as my teachers did and do for me. And if every now and again that inspiration comes in the form of an Instagram picture or video then why the hell not!
Here's to all the yoga teachers working their asana's off!
There are so may different 'styles' or 'brands' of yoga these days but when it comes down to it, it all stems from the same original source. For me it doesn't matter whether its hot or cold, fast or slow, its about how it makes you feel and thats down to you, the individual practicing!
Check out more of what I have to say on London yoga, health and fitness studio FRAME's blog...
As featured on wearedraze.com
On a cold Friday night in November, friends, family and yogi enthusiasts alike gathered to the beautiful Round Chapel in Hackney for an evening of uplifting yoga and delicious food and drink. On arrival they were greeted with a complimentary hot cup of Positivitea, and a sea salt, cacao and mulberry wild bar before finding their place on a mat. Amongst the candle lit setting I took them through 75 minutes of Rocket yoga, followed by a well-earned savasana and an essential-oil head massage.
After a post yoga tipple of mulled apple Bellini, guests made their way to the banquet tables to settle down to a three course gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free feast. All the food was made by Mim McCulloch, founder of Wild Thyme Food, which specialises in plant and fish based seasonal, free from foods. Dinner started with golden, candy and red beetroot, fresh goat’s curd, basil pesto and baby salad leaves, followed by Greek gigantes beans, garlic portobello mushroom, cavolo nero and a Manchego crisp, finishing with an indulgent but guilt free dessert of ginger parkin with sticky date sauce, poached pink pear, candied pecans, coconut cream and fresh mint.
As a parting gift each guest took home a goody-bag full of yogi treats from Propercorn, Pip&Nut, Savse Juices, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Vitacoco, Nutty Cacao, Positivitea and of course a copy of Draze! The evening attracted 30 guests and every ticket included a donation to Magic Breakfast charity which provided 8 healthy breakfasts to children arriving at school hungry in London.