May You Be Happy

               

This long weekend in the UK has got us thinking. What makes us happy? Like really really joyful? For me, it was spending time with good friends and being outside in nature.

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There is something so lovely about spending time with like-minded people, and there is nothing better than connection. It makes me so excited about the first ever MFML live event,  Spring Chill.

This event held in London on May 13th will be a class with our Lucy McCarthy, followed by restorative yoga and a gong bath. As if that wasn’t reason enough to get out of our PJ’s and practice with others, there will be vegan yummies and goodies too. Nom nom!

I personally do love to practise yoga alone and at home, but I think that this one will be worth the trip into the big smoke! It will be so lovely to meet some of you who can make it into London on a Friday evening. What I really look forward to is meeting you, the people who make MFML possible! I salute you, and hope to hear your thoughts on what you want to see more (or less of!) to improve the site. We also have 2 tickets to giveaway for the event, just join in our competition.

We are also planning another trip, this one with the whole team, to Manchester, to the OM Yoga Show. For those of you who can’t make it to London, it’d be so good to see you in Manchester. We’re so lucky to have plenty of our teachers there, all teaching classes – so you could practice with Andrea, Zephyr, Dylan and Uma. What an opportunity!

But not every day can be like this, of course! Even for those who can’t get out, who can’t get to connect with like-minded individuals, yoga has taught me, that above all else, happiness is found from within. We hope you love Zephyr’s transformative happiness class. This kind of inner happiness accessible from yoga, mindfulness and taking deep, long grateful breath is as beautiful as any summer’s day practicing and playing with friends. We hope you agree!

 


Kat Farrants by Karen Yeomans

Kat Farrants by Karen Yeomans

This article was written by Movement for Modern Life’s fabulous founder, Kat Farrants.

 

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