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♥️ Passion or Poison ☠️

Passion or Poison

What is too much or not enough for you? Our personal levels of passion or poison are individual as what is someone’s treasure is another’s trash and vice versa.

So where can you shift and move out of your poison and into your passion? Maybe we need that little bit of poison to keep us turning to our passion, it helps us to recognise our balance our feelings and knowings of balance.

YOGA can help us find that within to shift and move – sometimes we need to just get on the mat. We don’t really know what is good for us until we re-start again and then we find our centre and move away from the poison. Turn the TV off, get off the lounge, one less glass of wine, get the kids settled and get through January and find your passion again. No more poison in the system!

I’m sitting here with the tennis on – so after the AO, i’ll be off the tennis poison!

Being alive to who we are

To give something that is laced with unexpressed and subconscious expectation is no different than handing someone poisoned water to drink.” – Teal Swan

Stay connected to who we are and live our lives with the purity of what we want for ourselves to be happy and content! Then we aren’t handing a poison to others – take the responsibility for ourselves to move and shift through our life with love and life for ourselves.

Find your passion

This week during classes, maybe you can find another class time slot to help lift your energy and find your sweet spot. Our energy is different at different times and days pending our lives and if we’re on holidays we like to take a break – are you still with family and enjoying the time out- the last few days/ week of having family time before the commitments of the year ahead with school terms and schedules to uphold.

Have you taken the time out to have a break from your own routines and getting ready to settle in again.

Have you been taking the poison that can so easily slip into our lifestyles. Have we got the discipline, want, love, to start something again – perhaps our yoga schedule!

Weekly we’ve been working through the chakra’s so this week put into place something that you’ve really enjoyed through the practice and let’s see how you feel afterwards and what you like to bring into your practice.

As usual, our classes have a level – so choose the class level suitable for you and enjoy your practice. Find your passion.

Passion or Poison

Too much of anything is a poison. Can you recognise your poison? Could you give it up, if you’re not ready to as yet, is it a poison? How do you see and perceive it? How do others around your perhaps see it? It’s ultimately our own choices in life – choose what is best for you and hopefully that means i’ll see you on the mat again this week or very soon.

No classes on Wednesday this week.

Blessings and Namaste Lou xo

A Shaman was asked: What is Poison?
 – Anything beyond what we need is poison.  It can be power, laziness, food, ego, ambition, vanity, fear, anger or whatever.


Hi Lou, I have enjoyed the 2 mornings this week and the focus on yoga.  I have more energy than I have had for a few weeks, plus a lighter, brighter, view of things around me. (Including my left shoulder), and still 3 days to go.

Sue – Jan 20th

Louise Eddy

Louise Eddy

Yoga Teacher & Owner

Louise is passionate about her practice and her understanding of yoga. Her journey in life has led her to study and practice yoga for the past 20+yrs. In the past 5+ years she has also focussed on Mental health and well-being and has actively been involved teaching classes in community and special needs areas with this focus.

She gives thanks for the knowledge that has been passed along from the teachers and students before that have paved the way for the journey of yoga as it is in the west. She teaches from her heart with gratitude and love. ​Om Shanti.

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