Contributors + Words of Wisdom

lauren bloxham

Lauren Bloxham

Lauren is a registered yoga teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga, based on the north Cornish coast and currently teaches online. Her classes encourage exploring intuitive movement through slow-flowing Hatha Yoga asana. Her own practice has evolved over 20 years, and has been a guiding light through her own cancer recovery. She recently collaborated with Bowel Cancer UK to develop online support practices for those affected by Bowel Cancer. She is a mother of two and also specialises in pregnancy yoga and birth preparation. Visit: blackdogliving.com or find her on Instagram @blackdogliving

Tarik Dervish

Tarik Dervish

Tarik is the current British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) modules officer, and an experienced yoga teacher/trainer and ayurvedic practitioner. He runs yoga classes online, co-tutors a BWYQ Yoga Teacher Training Certificate programme and a BWY accredited Ayurveda in Action online course with Dr Cathy Mae Karelse. In this issue, he writes an article for our OMFM section called ‘Why more men should do yoga’. For more information about Tarik, yoga, ayurveda and astrology, and other interests, visit his website: yogawell.co.uk

kelly terranova

Kelly Terranova

Kelly is the founder of The Bee’s Knees, which produces gorgeous, feel-good journals that are the antidote to today’s perfection culture. Celebrating real life in all its amazing, ordinary, mundane, tragic, magical and messy glory! In this issue, she writes 10 Tips For Navigating Uncertainty to help us through these unsettled times. Find out more about Kelly via her website (kellyterranova.co.uk) or on Instagram @kellyterranova_ or to discover more about The Bee’s Knees brand and journals head to: thebeesknees.co or @thebeeskneesjournal

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Claudia Brown, Paula Hines, Meg Jackson, Victoria Jackson, Jenny Baker, Kirstie Bird, Jill Lawson, Kiki Morriss, Julia White

Words of wisdom

“Whenever you are in doubt, it is best to pause. Few things are so pressing that they cannot wait for a moment of breath.”

TKV Desikachar

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