Some lovely feedback!

Some lovely feedback after a recent Chair Yoga class at Bloom Studio & Well-being “I thoroughly enjoyed my first ever chair yoga class with Sarah. She was warm friendly and knew her stuff! She was down to earth and made the atmosphere so welcoming. I learnt alot in 45 minutes, how to stretch and place … Continue reading Some lovely feedback!

Self-care when using social media

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Social media is a great way to keep in touch with friends, stay up-to-date with the latest news and promote your business. But it’s also easy to get lost in an unhealthy relationship with social media; it can start to take over, you live your life through a camera lens or screen, and you’re constantly … Continue reading Self-care when using social media

Diversity in yoga

A photograph of two people practicing yoga, both in a Warrior 1 pose. The photograph shows diversity in body type and skin colour.

When setting up this account and brand, I struggled to find images of people practicing yoga that weren't thin, white, young, cisgender passing and incredibly flexible and strong. The majority of images portrayed handstands or arm balances. Is it any wonder that yoga is seen as something so exclusive, and so many people are scared … Continue reading Diversity in yoga

Top tips to make your social media pages more accessible

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According to WeAreSocial.com, almost 3.5 billion people are now active on social media; this is 45% of the world’s population (https://wearesocial.com/uk/digital-2019) With social media being so popular, it’s even more important to ensure that your social media pages are accessible for your audience. What do I mean by accessible? Accessibility covers many different things, but … Continue reading Top tips to make your social media pages more accessible