Meditate wherever you are

I love Kundalini yoga and try to practice this every day, whether it’s in a class environment, using the app on my phone or taking some time outdoors to sit in nature and sit in bliss.

The Kundalini Yoga practice is made up of yoga stretches & postures, chanting and meditation. My love for it has truly started this year when I decided to take my practice a little further. I have always meditated in some form in my life,  in the past it was generally  used to get me out of a tricky situation, or when I’ve hit rock bottom and nothing else was working or even just trying to get back to sleep! This year, I started to go to classes, read and learn as much as I could about it and I am feeling ‘hooked.’ The practice pushes you sometimes a little and sometimes a LOT out of your comfort zone by chanting, and practicing  

 In this video I was out on a walk in Cornwall and felt to practice some chanting and meditation on top of a cliff, looking over at the sea in Cornwall.

(This was at Kynance Cove shortly after it had hailed!)

If you meditate or practice Kundalini, I’d love to hear your process and where and when you find the time to practice – is it daily? Weekly? or when works for you?

So, what is this video all about? If you are brand new to Kundalini or are interested in what I’ve been up to, here’s a great place to start! 



It really is my favourite time of year to visit Cornwall. Feeling at one with the earth makes it even more magical. The vast landscapes, the winding sometimes icy road and that magical frosty sunshine.. 

A magical experience indeed.

Don’t get me wrong, I love the summertime, oh boy do I love summer! No need for coats or wellies

 (Well it is Cornwall so yes sometimes there is a need for wellies) 

Eden project:

It sure has changed into a well oiled machine since I was last here!

I got some time to mediate in the orchard garden (ok only a little 5 minute one but a teeny bit of blissfulness all the same) 


Bedruthan Steps, Newquay



Have you ever been somewhere that made you feel so close to creation, so in tune with Mother Earth and then just allowed yourself to be in that moment to soak it all in?


I am sure that this may well happen many times over the course of my travels, and I’m so blessed that it begins with this flipping awesome location @bedruthan steps. 


The wind was bracing, the climb was in parts steep but the views and this peaceful feeling made it all worth it. 


I managed to clamber around to find a little cove in amongst the cliffs to sit in easy pose and meditate chanting the ‘mangala charn’ and allowed those words to go deep!

(Apologies to any dog walkers and ramblers that may have passed me by!)