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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 doshas. Ingredients: ½ 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, to slices of carpet in the bedroom to outdoor spaces to persistent pets, partners and children...

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How To Deepen Your Mediation Practice by Isabelle

How To Deepen Your Mediation Practice by Isabelle

Izzy 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. Izzy's classes will take you on a journey to discover your own internal space 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 but 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 a 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. "We'd love...

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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’s 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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The Joy Of Extended Classes ~ By Helena

The Joy Of Extended Classes ~ By Helena

As you may have noticed, more and more Extended Classes have been creeping onto our timetable, gaining momentum and a following as they go. We are delighted to have scheduled the next 6 months of Extended Classes in a smorgasbord of styles from our diverse teaching...

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The Link Between Gut And Mind with Angela Fryer

The Link Between Gut And Mind with Angela Fryer

  I recently had the pleasure to interview nutritionist Angela Fryer for the Wolf Cast about nutrition and gut health - and one thing that particularly fascinated me was the link between gut and mind. "For me, these two things are always intrinsically linked...

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The Gift of Giving

The Gift of Giving

Here at Wolf's we love hosting beautiful events and projects for charity. Especially at this time of the year, we know how important it is to give back. From birthday art auctions to Wolf Pack runs we’ve been raising for a handful of selected charities close to our...

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Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Sticky Toffee Sauce

Stories From A Wild Kitchen: The Sticky Toffee Sauce

Here we go, THE STICKY TOFFEE SAUCE (of Dreams)!  Inspired by a little toffee coloured dog we adopted on retreat... Selina, the retreat chef, dear friend and culinary inspiration surprised us with Sticky Toffee Pudding as all we spoke of was, Toffee, Toffee, Toffee....

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The Wolf Cast: An intro from Helena

The Wolf Cast: An intro from Helena

  One of Jess’s students Kyle originally came up with the idea for the Wolf Cast, Jess had toyed with the idea before but Kyle really helped get the idea into motion. Jess then asked me if I’d be up for hosting. I’d also previously had ideas for a podcast but...

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Wild Cleaning: The Floor Cleaner & All Purpose Spray

Wild Cleaning: The Floor Cleaner & All Purpose Spray

'Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world.' ~George Bernard Shaw We have been on a Wild Cleaning mission. It all started with Ulle ordering glass bottles of vinegar and saying, 'We are cutting down on plastic and I...

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Stories From A Wild Kitchen: Cacao & Tahini Cookies

Stories From A Wild Kitchen: Cacao & Tahini Cookies

????????????????????Who else loves chocolate??? And tahini??? Tahini is not just for hummus... I have been putting it in soups, smoothies and did my first tahini cookies. ????✨STORIES FROM A WILD KITCHEN✨???? While my partner in all things wildly kitchen is away, I...

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A Wild (Wolf) Creative Journey: Meet Damien Hockey

A Wild (Wolf) Creative Journey: Meet Damien Hockey

1.Tell us about how you became involved in Wild Wolf's Yoga Back in 2015 I worked in Mr. Wolf’s behind the bar, and began to work in office on a freelance basis, working on the media side of things for the bar and other companies underneath the Wolff umbrella. From...

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