One of the first things I noticed about Forrest Yoga was the various strategies used to create space in the joints.
“Kilted Yoga combines humor, clear directions & much need simplicity. This book is provocative, aesthetically beautiful & original. Finlay lightly weaves in his personal journey of overcoming hardships in a hopeful & inspiring story. We are proud of Finlay’s great work in his communities. We are honored that he is a Forrest Yoga teacher & Guardian.” – Ana T Forrest
A short while ago, my twin brother and I got together with the BBC to film a piece about our struggles with depression and the oddness of two twins having the same condition but manifesting it in different ways. Alastair’s depression pulled him out of Uni and functioning was difficult while I stayed functional but […]
A new video is up of some of the tools I use to keep my hands and wrists in good working order. Follow the list of exercises here.
Today, I returned to the Black Forest of Rannoch to walk with Amaloh. This was one of the areas that I researched for my dissertation over 10 years ago when I was studying at St. Andrews. Have a look through the photos and video.
With hours of sitting at desks, increased use of smaller gadgetry and decreasing activity levels, the neck and shoulders are taking a beating. Here are 5 easy Forrest Yoga moves to help you navigate the tension in your neck and upper back.
More about our time in New York.
For me, the death meditation will always stand as a turning point in my life. I came face to face with the ways I made myself less than I am and the passions that move my heart but were neglected.
A huge part of my teaching vocabulary is based around this idea of doing the work from the inside out, breathing in a way that reduces the tension within. This will work well with this sequence.
A sparkly sequence to help you run the kind of energy that you want in your life.