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Inside the Pack – Elena

Inside the Pack – Elena

Who / what has been your biggest teacher? I have a few teachers who I adore so I’d have to say Paula Andreewitch… I’ve practiced with her for years so she’s probably one of my main teachers, and I learn a lot from T.K.V Desikachar, his teachings have always inspired...

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Inside the Pack – Ulle

Inside the Pack – Ulle

  Who / what has been your biggest teacher? So I would say the yoga teacher who has impacted me the most has been Bryan Kest, who basically founded Power Yoga in America. He taught me that yoga is more about how it makes you feel than how flexible you are. He...

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Inside The Pack – Rachel

Inside The Pack – Rachel

Who / what has been your biggest teacher?   So biggest teacher has probably been my body, mostly when it had to tell myself I'd pushed it too far. In my late 20's I had post viral fatigue after glandular fever, I'd been working way too much as a mental health...

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Reflections of a year gone by

Reflections of a year gone by

After an extremely long and unusual year, the physical studio has slept while the online studio has been very much awake and active, we are delighted to be finally welcoming you back, albeit in a slightly new form. It has been such a pleasure connecting with you far...

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Kitty’s Ayurvedic Nutmeg Sprinkle

Kitty’s Ayurvedic Nutmeg Sprinkle

Ayurvedic Nutmeg Sprinkle  by Kitty Billings Noticing the effects of international travel along with the busy rush of life I was inspired to put together a powder that targeted the nervous system. It also works to bring about balance in the unusual year of 2020, when...

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The Non Physical Senses: Sounds and smells of The Studio

The Non Physical Senses: Sounds and smells of The Studio

A lot of you often comment on the smell of studio, the essential oils we always have burning & the beautiful mat spray - Jess is a bit of an essential oils witch and always makes the most beautiful blends that pour out the door and into the stairway. And what...

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Ayurvedic Tongue Diagnosis by Kitty

Ayurvedic Tongue Diagnosis by Kitty

  The art of tongue analysis has its root in the science of Ayurveda and is used in many ancient health traditions, such as traditional Chinese medicine. In Ayurveda we use the tongue as a tool for analysis and diagnosis, by observing the shape, shadings,...

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BLM resources and recommendations

BLM resources and recommendations

As a yoga studio with a platform and a wide reach, we wanted to share with you some educational materials that we personally have learnt from and also some that have been sent our way by teachers and friends of the studio. This list is by absolutely no means...

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Pond Ripples: Part 2

Pond Ripples: Part 2

  “Think of your words as tossing a little pebble into the pond: let the ripples vibrate out and wait for them to dissipate before tossing the next pebble. “ TJ Maher. One of our collectively favourite quotes from TJ’s book, Yin Nuance. In this quote, TJ is...

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Pond Ripples Part 1 ~ By Helena

Pond Ripples Part 1 ~ By Helena

“Think of your words as tossing a little pebble into the pond: let the ripples vibrate out and wait for them to dissipate before tossing the next pebble. “ TJ Maher. One of our collectively favourite quotes from TJ’s book, Yin Nuance. In this quote, TJ is referring to...

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Stories From a Wild Kitchen: The Kitty Kitchari

Stories From a Wild Kitchen: The Kitty Kitchari

  In our most recent Wild Wednesday Bake Kitty led us through a staple Ayurvedic healing dish, Kitchari. A gut healing meal designed to nourish and balance all three doshas. Ingredients: ½ a leek 1½ cups of chopped veggies of your choice (cauliflower, zucchini,...

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The Home Yoga Stories: Tales from our students

The Home Yoga Stories: Tales from our students

Following on from our stories of plant and bolster rehoming, we love seeing how your at home yoga studios are continuing to develop. From converted studies and spare rooms, slices of carpet in the bedroom to outdoor spaces and persistent pets, to partners and...

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How To Deepen Your Mediation Practice by Isabelle

How To Deepen Your Mediation Practice by Isabelle

Izzi is our cosmic mediation guide here at Wolfs, she hosts Moonlight Mediation 7.30-8.15pm on Tuesdays and Sunrise Meditation 7.45-8.30am on Thursdays. Izzi's classes will take you on a journey to discover your own internal place of balance and calm. Deeply...

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The Plant Stories: Tales from our Teachers

The Plant Stories: Tales from our Teachers

As we began to close down our studio for lockdown not only did we set up a bolster hire service for you guys, we also made sure our teachers would not go without either so they could set up their own little wild wolfs at home. With an excel document on the go, we...

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The Bolster Stories: Life Beyond the Studio

The Bolster Stories: Life Beyond the Studio

We are honoured to be working with student and friend of the studio, Amber Druce. Amber is the Curator of History at Bristol Museums. She is doing a wonderful project collecting stories, photos and objects to represent Bristol's reaction to coronavirus. Amber reached...

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Stories from a Wild Kitchen: The Monster Cookies

Stories from a Wild Kitchen: The Monster Cookies

  The Monster Cookies... These were inspired by Ulle aka 'The Wildcat' when Helena and Jess were discussing what baked good she is. We decided something totally wild, sweet and monstrous was fitting for the Wild Cat. Gooey, indulgent and perfectly sugary these...

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Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Tasty Leafy Greens

Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Tasty Leafy Greens

  Tasty Leafy Greens I love this tasty greens recipe that Jess introduced me to. It’s warming, wholesome and incredibly quick. I LOVE salt so I personally like to drown this in soy sauce but there's so many options. It’s exactly what I like to eat when I get in...

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Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Cashew Cream

Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Cashew Cream

Cashew cream - super quick, versatile and decadently creamy. Sweet or savoury you can get really creative with flavours and dollop on anything you deem fit! We particularly love it on top of Jess’s conflab scones, stewed apple spelt cake or with her garlic and soy...

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Stories From a Wild Kitchen: The Conflab Scones

Stories From a Wild Kitchen: The Conflab Scones

‘Conflabbing’ -  “Noun (plural conflabs) 1. (informal) A discussion”, is something we do a lot here at Wolfs… It is important to us that we all check in together several times a week to discuss studio goings on, divvy up jobs, catch up, and well, conflab. We love...

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