Musical Musings from Michelle February 2017

..here is what has been coming through my headphones of late, enjoy xx

Jóhann Jóhannsson – Heptapod B

Baraka soundtrack (whole thing is well worth a listen through) “African Journey”

Nomine – “Nomine’s Chant”

Christina Vantzou – “Going backwards to recover that which was . . . → Read More: Musical Musings from Michelle February 2017

Venue information: Burpham Village Hall

Wednesday evening classes are held at

Burpham Village Hall
Burpham Lane
Guildford
Surrey
GU4 7LP

If you are familiar with the Burpham area, home to Sainsburys and Aldi it is easy to find.
Burpham Lane is just off the A3100 London Road, and the Aldi supermarket is on the corner of Burpham Lane.
Turn in to Burpham Lane (Aldi supermarket will be on your . . . → Read More: Venue information: Burpham Village Hall

Musical Musings from Michelle November 2016

…this is what has been coming through my headphones lately, enjoy x Michelle

“Come in from the Cold” Joni Mitchell

“Do I Hear” C Duncan

“I Can Imagine” Susanna

“Brittle Winter” Gemma Hayes

“Delicate . . . → Read More: Musical Musings from Michelle November 2016

Musical Musings October 2016

…this is what has been coming through my headphones of late

Olafur Arnolds “Particles”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUswJLF6zGY

A Song For Adam “Easter Song”

Left Field “Song of Life”

Stephan Micus . . . → Read More: Musical Musings October 2016

Musical musings from Michelle May 2016

…here is what has been coming through my headphones lately……

Andy Stott “On My Mind”

Zee Avi “Milestone Moon”

Grey Reverend “Regen”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkc2tA0VEaU

Massive Attack “Ritual Spirit”

Dag Rosenqvist “Days of the Fall”

Future Sounds of London “Moments . . . → Read More: Musical musings from Michelle May 2016

Finding Your Feet

As we begin our cycle of lessons connected to the Earth element, I suggested that you spend some time getting to know your feet.
If you are a ‘foot-hater’ you will have to overcome your feelings of distaste towards your hooves to be able to engage with this practice, and if you are a lover of all . . . → Read More: Finding Your Feet

Samkhyan Philosophy

I have started a cycle of lessons in class based around the five elements: earth, water,  fire, air and space as explained by Samkhyan philosophy.

Samkhya is one of the six major philosophies that originated in India. It describes the full spectrum of human existence by revealing the basic elements that make up everything in the universe, . . . → Read More: Samkhyan Philosophy

Musical Musings from Michelle March 2016

…this is what has been keeping me glued  to my headphones so far this month…

Tiny Ruins “Me at the Museum”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc11cmgkQc4

Aspidistrafly “Gensei”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSlTev002WU

Matthew Halsall and The Gondwana Orchestra  “Daan Park”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fb05_-ttas

Boom Clap Bachelors “Lob Stop . . . → Read More: Musical Musings from Michelle March 2016

Yoga equipment: what do you actually need?

When people first come to class I encourage them to borrow a mat until they are sure yoga is for them, as we could all do with avoiding spending money unnecessarily, AND ending up with yet more equipment that we don’t need use (I currently have in my house gathering dust: rock climbing shoes, a set . . . → Read More: Yoga equipment: what do you actually need?

Musical musings from Michelle February 2016

Hey yoga peeps,

this is what has been caressing my eardrums of late….

Lianne La Havas “Au Cinema”

Farao “Fragments”

Daughter “Made of Stone”

Hazey “Glass Animals”

Silver . . . → Read More: Musical musings from Michelle February 2016