• happy {very belated} new year!

    by  • 23/01/2015 • 0 Comments

    Hope Smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering ‘it will be happier’… Alfred Tennyson The year is only three weeks old and already the holidays seem an age ago. How are all those good intentions and resolutions going? For someone who is meant to be trying to be more mindful and...

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    goodbye 2014 and december links

    by  • 24/12/2014 • 0 Comments

    Where exactly did 2014 go? Is it just me or did it fly by? It’s been a huge year for so many people I know and honestly, I’m no exception. It started in Sydney {and let’s face it, that’s always a set up for a good year ahead!}, we bought a house in the...

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    what is the bars?

    by  • 19/12/2014 • 0 Comments

    It’s not what you think! And Marina Mcqueen is offering special taster sessions in December and January. So over to Marina to tell us more! The Bars is a deeply relaxing body process that assists you in gently and easily releasing the build-up of electromagnetic energy. This energy build-up contributes to ‘mind chatter’, stress,...

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    meet the therapist::Jennie Hart, aromatherapist

    by  • 11/12/2014 • 0 Comments

    We have a lovely band of therapists here at Fusion Studio and we thought we’d let you get to know us a bit better, prove that we’re only human just like you. Today meet Jennie. 1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your journey into aromatherapy. I have been fascinated with plants...

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    on country living

    by  • 04/12/2014 • 2 Comments

    I’m a day late with this post, and it’s not the post I was intending to write. But I think you’ll see why soon enough! In June, a couple of days after my 40th birthday, we bought a house in the country. There were many reasons for this but we both knew it was...

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    november links

    by  • 26/11/2014 • 0 Comments

    How is it the end of the month again?! Here’s what I’ve been reading about in November, grab a cuppa and settle down. I may have posted this one before but it bears repeating. All those chaturangas you’re doing in your astanga/vinyasa/flow class might not be that great for your shoulders. Speaking of Astanga,...

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    aromatherapy::an olfactory journey

    by  • 19/11/2014 • 0 Comments

    I first discovered aromatherapy in 1992 in a head shop in Kew, London. Do you remember those places? They used to be everywhere in the early 90s. Purveyors of bongs, rizlas, tarot cards and crystals. I was slightly obsessed with them {which isn’t really surprising}. But this particular one*, right next door to the...

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    have you ever tried hot stone massage?

    by  • 12/11/2014 • 1 Comment

      In July 2011, on the hottest day of that particular year, I trained in the hot stone massage technique. Since then I’ve spent four and a half years spreading the joy of hot stone massage amongst the people of Cambridge {and beyond} and with the colder months approaching there is no better time...

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    meet the therapist::Rosanna Gordon, yoga teacher

    by  • 07/11/2014 • 0 Comments

    We have a lovely band of therapists here at Fusion Studio and we thought we’d let you get to know us a bit better, prove that we’re only human just like you. Today meet Rosanna. 1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your journey into yoga. I started getting into various sports...

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    if you want to…

    by  • 05/11/2014 • 0 Comments

    If you follow me on Instagram {and I really hope you do} then you’ll have seen I’m taking part in a yoga photo challenge {follow #yovember2014}. I’m enjoying it for two reasons; 1) because it’s got me thinking about my practice from a different viewpiont and 2) it doesn’t involve taking yoga selfies, pictures...

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    october links

    by  • 31/10/2014 • 1 Comment

    I’ve found myself reading a lot about yoga and Pilates this month. Triggered by this post about tax in Washington DC I got to thinking about whether yoga is exercise or not {my thoughts, yes it is but that isn’t really the point of it}, I found this post and this one about what...

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