A bit About Me

Hey everyone, My name is Eve; Firstly, welcome to my little world🤲 I thought I’d explain a bit about me, what I want this whole blog to stand for and what I’ll be rambling on about. So here goes…

Like most people, I’ve suffered with my mental health throughout my life, which made things difficult for me, but luckily…

Finding yoga saved my life.

I practiced my Level 3 Diploma in Yoga Teacher Practitioner with the YMCAFit school, and I will be forever grateful to my yoga teacher trainer – Liz Whitham, As a professional yoga teacher, my passion is to guide people towards a happier, more intuitive lifestyle. Everybody is unique, with their own strengths and limitations. My method is to build a custom plan based on your physical health, schedule and most importantly, your mental health. I aim to help you, help yourself.

Weather that’s to lose weight, improve any conditions, become more spiritual/flexible, meet new people; or change your life for the better by reducing anxiety, and improving your self awareness. Through group classes, workshops, member forums, privates and blog posts, we can all come together as a community to support our individual journeys.

Due to my mental health, I’ve struggled with life in general, including work, my social life, my self care & mindset. So I thought creating a blog and a space where I can express myself would be a perfect way to keep myself busy whilst healing my mind at the same time.

The aim is to continue writing short blog posts about my story and how I’m attempting to heal my mind from the inside out, as well as improving my physical health too. I will also be active on my Instagram page, which is mainly focused around Yoga, spirituality and their effects on my wellbeing.

I hope you can join me on my journey and I want anyone who see’s this today to know,

You are loved. You are blessed. You are worthy.

Until the next time,

Foxy 🦊

Let us unite…

“There’s no shame in failing. The only shame is not giving things your best shot.”

Robin Williams

 “ Be happy for those who are happy, have compassion towards the unhappy, and maintain equanimity towards the wicked.

– Patanjali

All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.

Albert Einstein

Let’s explore spirituality together…


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