I am starting the year of classes with a strong theme of the chakras; the first week will be the root chakra, Muladhara. This is a combination of two Sanskrit words - “root” (Mula) and “base” or “support” (Adhara) and it is the first of the seven chakras. Although the chakras are part of the subtle body and not the physical, the area in which Muladhara is situated is around the coccyx, the pelvic floor at the base of the spine.
I won't assume that readers of little health bunny are keen yogis/yoginis, so let us start with the basics of what yoga is, what it's not, why people do it and also explain a few things I wish I knew when I first started practising.
My name is Kiri, I'm a 90's baby, the youngest of three and am 5ft 4. I am incredibly lucky with the most supportive family, loving boyfriend and am based in a beautiful little town in Kent called Tunbridge Wells. I am a yogi, more recently a yoga instructor and I’ve been teaching since the start of 2017.