Rambling Yogi

Resources to enrich your mind, body and soul

Get out of your head and into your heart. Think less, feel more.


Welcome to Rambling Yogi. This site is my space for sharing ideas, tools and experiences that help to build your capacity to thrive in life.

  • Self Love Letter

    Self Love Letter

    How would you define love? Does that definition apply to the way you feel about yourself? Last night in the yoga class I taught I read When I began to love myself by Charlie Chaplin in savasana. If you’ve never read it before do yourself a favour and click on the link. As I read through…

  • 30 Days of Kindness

    30 Days of Kindness

    Last night I went to an amazing workshop on authenticity run by the simply brilliant Emeli Paulo from Collective Potential. If you’ve never heard of Collective Potential do yourself a favour and check them out. At the start of the workshop we were asked to turn to a stranger and tell them what brought us…

  • Bone Broth Magic

    Bone Broth Magic

    Bone broth is my go to drink whenever I feel like a need a warm hug from my food and a little extra nourishment. It’s a delicious nutrient dense drink that’s also easy to make. Before I run you through just how easy it is to make your own brew of goodness here’s a few of…

  • Are you living a life that you are proud of?

    Are you living a life that you are proud of?

    “For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There’s no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same, there are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope…

  • How much love do you have for yourself

    How much love do you have for yourself

    How fiercely have you loved in your life? What would you do for love? Would you move heaven and earth to look after your beloved? Does that same love apply to how you feel about yourself? What happens when you love your partner more than you love yourself?

  • Inspirational words from the Dalai Lama

    Inspirational words from the Dalai Lama.

In discipline comes freedom