Are you busy, always in a hurry and have lots going on?
Full of aches and pains, work too hard and too sedentary?
Your life mostly focused around your work, family and children?
You simply want to have less stress and more calm in your life.
Be motivated, healthier and fitter.
Get more rest, more me-time and more balance in your life.
If you have ever asked yourself:
- How can I stop rushing around all the time, feeling stressed out from trying to fit everything in?
- How do I relax and have some me-time- without feeling guilty?
- How can I find the time to look after myself, tone up and get more flexible without going to the gym and embarrassing myself?
- How can I find time to breathe, get some inner peace and calm?
Or if you’ve just want your manager and colleagues (and your family!) to appreciate all the hard work and long hours you put in at work – and at home…
…You’re in the right place!
Here’s How Yoga Inspires Helps You Reduce Stress, Look And Feel Better Without You Going To The Gym … Or Feeling Guilty!
I believe that kind-hearted women who want to do less and be more, need to be able to put their needs for self-care, relaxation, and me-time, firmly on the agenda in order to be healthy and happy and live a peaceful life
But how can you do that when you have so much going on and struggle to balance work, rest and play?
Ntathu’s Inner Wisdom #1 Tip Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all
Yoga Inspires is a thriving community of kind-hearted women who are interested in yoga and meditation. Women who want to enhance their lives and the lives of their families and community. To love more, give more, breathe and be.
And the best part? Learning how to make yoga and meditation part of your daily routine, won’t leaving you feeling stressed out and empty and can easily be fitted into your busy schedule.
Gentle hugs and welcome, I’m Ntathu Allen, from London, UK. I help busy women find ways to relax and find some inner peace, so you feel better, healthier and have more energy to enjoy doing the things you love.
Remember that mum who was always rushing around, trying to fit it all in, worrying about work at home and worrying about her family when at work; no time for rest or have a social life, caring for everyone else yet no time to breathe and look after herself?
That was me! I have always been ambitious, focus-driven and a bit of a “control-freak.”
When my 3 daughters were younger, I was a very hands-on mum and really enjoy being a mum. Trying to stay in contact with family and my girlfriends and fit in my demanding job as a Probation Officer, supervising young offenders, you can imagine how exhausted, run-down and tired I felt trying to fit everything in.
How I Got Into Yoga And Meditation
I first experienced yoga in 1991, when pregnant with my eldest daughter. My midwife was concerned about my health as I was stressed and exhausted from working, as a full-time Probation Officer, in a challenging inner city borough of London. She recommended I take up yoga and learn how to relax. But I was too busy to go to classes so I brought a couple of books and a relaxation tape but didn’t do much until I was on maternity leave and started ante-natal classes to learn “how to relax”.
In 1993, I had twin daughters.
Life became a blur of activity.
A relentless whirlwind of working, advancing up the career ladder, caring for my family and trying to cope with the after – effects of a miscarriage (1992) and the sudden loss of my closest cousin (1995) and dear brother (1997).
I was burnt-out.
I couldn’t carry-on mindlessly rushing around, putting out fires and having no time, space or energy to breathe, let alone think!
To cut a long story short…
In 2000, I participated in an intense 12 months Personal and Spiritual Development Course, which included daily yoga and meditation practice.
In March 2003, I followed a yearning deep inside for “change” and travelled to Kerala in India, for six weeks, to train as a Sivananda Yoga Teacher. This meant leaving my young daughters behind, with my husband for six weeks.
Fast forward to the present day.
I resigned from the Probation Service in 2004 and here I am, divorced, a flourishing author, yoga and meditation teacher running my own business teaching and helping super-busy women, mainly over 50 years old, who are stressed-out and want to live a calm, healthy and happy life, find ways to relax, find some inner peace and feel better – – so you can stop rushing around, feeling overwhelmed and start to embrace and enjoy a more positive, productive and peaceful day (even if you are swamped with work!)
Here’s a video about the benefits of yoga and some of the services I offer to help you relax and feel better.
Because at the end of the day, learning to relax, make time for rest and self-care, to breathe and feel better, fuels your inner fire and gives you the energy and headspace be with loved ones and do the things you enjoy in a more peaceful and relaxed way.
Words Of Love From A Happy Student
…I cherish my time with Ntathu. My time with her doing yoga has allowed me to become more aware of myself, has provided focus and strength for me to grow, and nourishes me spiritually. It’s my weekly treat…- Lesley.
Thanks for visiting my blog.
May you and your loved ones be happy, be healthy and be well.