Kapucia Presents: Meet Your Guardian Angel

31st October 18:30 – 19:30

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Everyone has guardian angels, they look out for you and support your life from behind the scenes.

You can lift your energy to meet yours and they will help reconnect you to your path and purpose. They have an infinite supply of guidance, love and light to share with you.

Book on to this class to strengthen your connection to the angelic realm and raise your vibrational frequency!

Our guide, Geniene was taught meditation in personal practice with a former buddhist monk and met her Guardian Angel Celeste, in 2014. Since then she was guided into a soul journey in Thailand, India and Bali and is now inspiring others on their own journeys.

Geniene will be guiding us to meet our guardian angel in this special class.

Limited number of spaces.

Energy Exchange is £8
Kapucia
27 Lord Street, L2 9SA United Kingdom Liverpool

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The Law of Polarity

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Anakin Skywalker: If you’re not with me, then you’re my enemy.

Obi-Wan Kenobi: Only a Sith deals in absolutes.

Why open with dialogue from star wars? In this scene we establish that Anakin has become polarised to such a degree, that he can only see two versions of reality. When Obi-Wan Kenobi  replies “that only a Sith deals in absolutes” he is reminding the antagonist character (Anakin) that absolutes are what drive us to taking an extreme point of view, which can ultimately render us powerless.

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The law of polarity is one of seven hermetic principles that are said to govern our universe. One of the easiest ways to understand the law of polarity is to imagine a pole. One side is very hot, the other very cold. Although hot and cold may appear to be opposites, they are in fact extremes of the same thing, (in this case temperature) Sir Isaac Newton revealed that “any action has an equal and opposite reaction; forces come in pairs”

So how does the law of polarity relate to our own lives?

We experience these polarising affects in our everyday lives. In politics, in the media, in business and even amongst our peers.
Problems begin to arise when we swing too far towards either side of this pole. We can start to lose the ability to empathise fully, and in essence (unknowingly in most cases) give our power away to whatever is behind the polarising feud.

In most cases, the only people that benefit from polarisation is the group/idea behind the creation of the pole.
For example, imagine a group decides that all their members must speak a certain accent. The people that do have the particular and wanted accent are happy to participate in the group. The people who do not have the accent become enraged that they are excluded, purely based upon the way in which they speak. People argue, words are thrown around, the row explodes onto social media.

Now think, who benefits from this? Not the polarised individuals, but the group. The group received a ton of exposure and are thrilled that polarising others boosted their own popularity.
The law of polarity can work to our advantage in many respects. It is what allows us to learn and expand in wonderful ways. We experience problems, and then find solutions. This is how amazing invention has taken place, and how great thinkers and scientists have changed the way we understand the world.

However, to live a balanced and harmonious lifestyle, becoming depolarised is key. One can never be fully depolarised in this dualistic and physical reality, but we can take steps to protect ourselves from falling into polarised viewpoints, which may not serve us.

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How to know if we are polarised?
• We see a post on the internet we disagree with and reply with our view point straight away
• We become extremely upset if others disagree with us
• We find it hard to communicate our view point’s to someone who has an opposite one
• Feeling an us Vs them vibration throughout our day

Does this mean that in order to become depolarised, we have to start changing who we are and engage with people we dislike? No way! But it does mean that we start to release the frustration that robs us of feeling self-empowered.

How to feel less polarised?
• Breathe. If we feel ourselves beginning to let frustration or even anger take over, we can take deep breaths before we act. We may notice that by focusing on our own energetic circuit, we begin to loosen our grip on the drama that was drawing us in.
• Become the observer. This technique requires some visualisation, but is fairly straight forward. In a conversation that causes us to feel polarised, simply take a step back and imagine that we are viewing this situation from an outside perspective, almost as a movie. Take time to view both sides. If we still feel that our view point, is the view point that we relate to, that is fine! We don’t have to change our opinions, we are just changing the way we either voice them/or receive others’.
• Ask ourselves, why do I care? This may sound like a blasé statement, but it is one that can help us hugely. Sometimes in life there are things we must stand up for and advocate for. Other times it is best to simply ask ourselves why we are letting whatever situation it may be hit a raw nerve.

Here is an example of a fictitious, online polarised conversation in action;
Person A: Well you’re wrong, and what you’re saying is stupid
Person B: I don’t think so, where do you get your information from anyway?
Person A: What is that to you? You need to grow up
Person B: How dare you speak to me like that!

(And on and on and on until someone gets fed up, or gets too upset)

What a depolarised online conversation would look like;
Person A: Well you’re wrong and what you’re saying is stupid
Person B: [Ignores comment and exists scene]

Internet ‘trolls’ in particular pray on polarised individuals for their own ends. As a teenager I learnt the hard way when ‘trolls’ caused me to leave social media, due to bullying.  If I could give my younger-self some advice I would say “Don’t feed the trolls ~ study the law of polarity instead”

We claim back our personal power, by managing and checking in with the way we feel regularly. We give our power away when we live from a reactive state of existence; meaning that how we feel is directly linked to how others’ oppose us.

Opposition exists for the sake of expansion. It does not exist to dim our light, or halt our growth, by keeping us in that opposing state energetically for long periods of time.

Breathe, observe, and release, in order to; grow, learn and reach our highest potential.

Alyssa x

Check out Alyssa’s Blog Here

Guided Meditation with Geniene

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12th September 5:30- 6:30pm

“Where there is peace and meditation, there is neither anxiety or doubt” ♥

Would you like to combat stress? Sleep better? Be happier, more peaceful and content?

Don’t beat your self up with your wild mind, start with meditation.
In time you will learn to work kindly with the barrage of thoughts and you will find clarity and peacefulness.

Kapucia are introducing a brand new guided meditation class for 2017 every Tuesday from 5.30pm.

Our guide, Geniene was taught meditation in personal practice with a former buddhist monk and having returned from a stint of travelling in India, Bali and Thailand is guiding us weekly into how to go within, clear the mind of unwanted clutter , bringing peace, bliss and self empowerment.

All levels are welcome. Energy Exchange is £5

Kapucia
27 Lord Street, L2 9SA United Kingdom Liverpool

Liverpool Outdoor Cinema – Secret Garden on Saturday 7th – Sunday 8th October 2017

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The stars of Hollywood under the stars of Liverpool.

Calderstones Park – the natural wonderland frequented by hundreds of thousands of people a year and one of Liverpool’s most stunning parks. Amid the beauty, did you know there’s a secret garden? Hidden behind bushes and locked behind a gate lays a stunning garden to the iconic Calderstones Mansion that we will be turning into an outdoor cinema on 30th September. We’re not giving away any more clues where it is. Details on how exactly to find the garden will be emailed to those who got tickets a few days before the cinema.

Whilst we’re being mysterious about the location, we’re not being mysterious about the films. We are delighted to announce we will be showing Breakfast at Tiffany’s on October 7th and When Harry Met Sally on October 8th – two timeless classics. The 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, based on Truman Capote’s novella, starred Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly, one of the most iconic characters to ever appear on screen. The seemingly naive young girl who is sought out by wealthy men and looking to marry into money is befriended by a struggling writer. Pretty dresses, jewellery and iconic quotes.

Does sex make it impossible for men and women to be true friends? When Harry Met Sally chronicles this dilemma through the eleven year relationship between Harry and Sally who meet in college, then pursue their own lives until they reconnect ten years later. Full of orgasmic scenes – it’s a classic love film that will be perfect for the already very romantic setting.

The gates to the secret garden will open at 7pm, arrive early to grab your seat and a drink and the film will start roughly around 8.30pm. There will be entertainment from a local musician who will be singing some classic love songs to set the mood. Tickets are just £12 so grab your mates or loved ones and snap them up as this will sell out quickly.

*Tickets are for entry

*If the weather is looking bad, there will be a gazebo

*Directions to the garden will be emailed out a few days before the cinema

INTERNATIONAL BEATLEWEEK 2017

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ABOUT

August 23-29th

Cavern City Tours is proud to bring you the annual International Beatleweek Festival, which celebrates the music of the most famous pop group the world has ever known, the Beatles. In the city where it all began, Liverpool.

There is so much to do and see that you don’t need to be a Beatle fan to enjoy the festival, though it probably helps! This is truly an international event with 70 bands from over 20 countries and fans from over 40.

Live music is the focus of International Beatleweek. Not only is there live music on the Cavern’s 3 stages all day, every day (with a different band on every hour), but the festival also goes out into the city to various venues so you can get a real feel of Liverpool. This year, Beatleweek will be at the Royal Court, Alma De Cuba, St. George’s Hall and it’s back to the Adelphi Hotel for late night parties and the Annual Beatles convention. The convention on Sunday is the place to be and features guest speakers, a massive Beatles marketplace, videos, quizzes and of course more live music!

Packages include accommodation at a wide choice of city centre hotels and tickets to events. If you don’t need accommodation we offer ‘Just Tickets’ packages. Packages cover a range of days so you can pick the package which suits your travel dates best.

2017 LINEUP:

LARRY KANE • KEN SCOTT • NEIL INNES • JULIA BAIRD • THE ORIGINAL QUARRYMEN • THE BOOTLEG BEATLES • TOM MURRAY • CAVERN CLUB BEATLES • THE OVERTURES

Image by Stuart Homer.
Find out more here

The Pier Head Village

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A summer festival to remember on Liverpool’s most iconic waterfront – June 30th – 10th Sept

Thrill rides & attractions, Sound City bar, artisan market, Liverpool Art Fair & gallery, great food & much more!

Pier Head Village is the brand new family focused festival coming to Liverpool’s Waterfront from 30 June – 10 September 2017. The three-month summer event will provide a new tourist attraction in the heart of the city and a place to make new memories with family and friends.

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The first ever Sound City Bar (a partnership with Liverpool Sound City who are also the event management partners for the festival) brings a new mix of live and acoustic music to the South Side of the Village.  On the north side it’s all about the best laid back beats of the Balearic Sunset Sessions legends at the Village Beach Club and Urban Beach throughout the summer.

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Indulge in a spot of retail therapy and browse the Village High Street with The Artisan Village and Farmer’s Market offering over 30 independent market stalls with local produce and souvenirs open seven days a week.  Liverpool Art Fair is bringing a unique gallery space on the waterfront showcasing local art from around the City Region.

Adrenaline will be high on the north side of the Village with three of the world’s tallest and most exciting thrill rides (one for each “Grace”) which will be sure to delight all of the family and create a special visual treat. The Village Bounce is designed to bring physical challenges, ensuring that the younger family members are gaining health benefits while having lots of fun in the sun.

Bringing a touch of carnival to the Pier Head Village, Brazilica is bringing its end of carnival fiesta on the 15th July for a day of celebration. August Bank Holiday will see The Beatle Weekender in partnership with The Cavern Club as part of the 60th anniversary of this legendary venue. We will celebrate the songs of the fab four on the Sound City main stage, with Sgt Peppers on Sunday and a tribute to Brian Epstein coming 50 years after his death. The closing weekend on September features an Artisan Festival takeover to showcase Liverpool’s finest makers and creatives along with a closing party to remember.

Take a look at what’s coming up:

SUNSET SESSIONS

Every weekend from noon to 11pm, enjoy the most evocative Balearic beats, courtesy of host Andy Carroll and a range of resident DJs, curated by Impeccable’s Derek Hazell.

Resident DJs include Paul Bleasdale, Dreamgirl and Kevin Knox, Trevor Fung, and Richard Norris of The Grid/Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve.

CREATING THE BEATLES

Pier Head Village hosts the internationally celebrated and award-winning wood sculptor Simon O’Rourke as he takes us on four unique visual and musical journeys celebrating the greatest band of all time.
Over six hours each day – and using only his chainsaw – Simon has transforms huge tree trunks into magnificent statues of the Fab Four, inspired by to the iconic Pier Head Beatles statues.

Check out more here

 

The Great Gathering Liverpool: Meditation/Discussion/Dance

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If someone offered you the opportunity to save the Earth would you take it up?
If YOU were given a chance to assist humanity make an evolutionary jump… would you be interested?

This day, all over the planet, souls of every race and creed are meditating, praying or just thinking about the following:

MESSAGE FROM CHIEF SITTING BULL.
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THE RAINBOW DREAM VISION OF HOPE
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Greetings friends, sisters and brothers. It is with great pleasure and anticipation that I’m contacting you regarding this unique opportunity where hundreds of thousands of us are taking part in The Great Gathering Together Circle all on the same day at the same time to help visualise and move forward into a new paradigm and to manifest a more peaceful harmonious way of life. The power and potential of so many people using thought to create our future reality all together is immensely profound.

Join us for a group meditation/discussion/songs/music/ dance in Liverpool on the Thursday the 17th of August at Kapucia wellness centre on Lord Street. We will meet to assist in the world paradigm shift and to manifest The Rainbow Dream Vision of Hope.

Please arrive at 6.30pm
Music/songs/instructions 6.50pm
Meditation start 7pm
Meditation end 7.30pm
Songs/discussion 7.30pm
Music/dance 8pm
Finish 9pm

Venue: https://kapucia.com/about-us/

Food/drinks/juices/snacks available.
Check out the Facebook event here
Please show your support for the future of all life on earth, give gratitude to Gaia and share this post – it will be a magical transformative evening.
Limited capacity so please mark as attending and private message me.

Free entry:
donations are welcomed. All donations will be given to sick people who are struggling to pay for alternative therapy and medicine

How To Communicate Assertively

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Throughout our lives we experience a series of crossroads. Some roads lead us to carry on the path we are currently on. Whilst other paths lead us to new pastures. No paths ever take us backwards, ensuring that we continuously move forwards with every new day that we are blessed with.

During these crossroads, we may realise that there are people or situations in our lives that we no longer resonate with. These could include our jobs, hobbies, friends or even family members. To walk away from these people/situations (if they are harmful to our growth and wellbeing) is a sign of authenticity in its maturity stage.

Assertiveness is when we confidently and positively express our opinions, ideas and talents. For example, Person A may ask; “Will you help me with this project tomorrow?” If you can and you want to, by all means say yes. Remember though, saying no is also an option. So many of us will say yes so as not to upset anybody. In truth, living our lives this way will ultimately wear us out!

When we hold the core belief that we are each equal to everyone else (not better or worse) but equal, we can then begin communicate from a
place of true equality.

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Saying no to someone’s demands or walking away from situations we find uncomfortable is totally acceptable!

If we are made to feel as though we are wrong, or that we have upset or let others down, because our answer has not ‘fit in’ with others’ expectations, we have to re-evaluate. We must at this point, consider if we are being treated equally within the relationship.

We don’t have to be aggressive expressing who we are, but at same time we don’t have ‘tip toe’ around a person in case we upset them. If you speak your wants and needs clearly and assertively without aggressive tones, you have nothing to fear.

Below I will share with you 9 tips to help you in understanding what assertiveness looks like, and how you can implement an assertive energy into your life.

Tips on how to be assertive

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1) Start a sentence with the word I in situations of debate. 

For example, when trying to resolve an issue, aggressive language would be “you always do this!”
Assertive language would be “I feel disappointed when you change plans at the last minute” you can express your feelings without giving away your power, or trying to control someone else.

2) Maintaining eye contact. 

Ok, we don’t want to have a full on freakish staring competition, but not having any eye contact shows discomfort and indecisiveness. Maintaining it shows you are present within the conversation. If you struggle with eye contact, you can practice on yourself in the mirror. This may feel awkward at first, but it is a great technique to build confidence. After all, our eyes are the windows to the soul.

3) Practice good body posture. 

If you are able, standing tall rather than slouching will allow you to feel more assertive in yourself. Keep your shoulders back, and your head high. When you walk into a room, people will notice. This may feel unusual at first, especially if you’ve been used to slouching in order to ‘blend in’. Just know that the way you walk really will change how you feel within yourself.

4) Avoid being vague. 

“You’re always criticising me” may be an easy thing to say in frustration, but being generalised and not specific actually can damage your ability to be assertive.
Instead you could say; “This is the third time this week you have critiqued my decision”. This is a more specific statement and therefore helps you to stand your ground. When we speak facts instead of random thoughts we can be more assertive and create boundaries with others.

5) Speak facts, not judgements. 

Saying “he’s so bad at his job” is not an assertive way of describing a person that you have a professional issue with.
Saying “this is the second time he has misplaced important documents” however, is a fact not a judgement. When you are assertive there is no need to judge others. You can still vocalise issues that need to be talked about, in a non-judgemental way.

6) Silence is a great tool. 
Filling in silences that you find awkward is something that so many of us have done, but remember, thinking through your words through before you speak is totally fine! If someone asks you “can you pick me up from the airport tomorrow” there are 3 ways you can answer.

Passive language “erm, I think I can, yes, ok that’s fine”

Aggressive language “Are you kidding me! How come I’m always the one doing you favours? Or “ok I’ll do it but you best be on time”

Assertive language (pause to think) you could say; “I’ll have to think about that” or ‘yes’ or ‘no’ depending on whether you can or cannot. It’s a simple answer to a simple question.

7) Be mindful of the tone of your voice. 

Sometimes we may think we are being assertive but mumbling shows passive language and high pitched tones or raised voices show aggressiveness. Practice being assertive with a voice that is neutral, natural yet controlled.

8) Express your emotions clearly. 

This tip is quite straight forward. If you communicate how you feel, crossed wires with others can be avoided.

9) You are responsible for yourself. 

Your behavior and your personality is your responsibility. (Unless you have a medical condition which is out of your control, which alters this statement)
On the most part it is you that decides whether to let a person or situation control you, or whether you instigate arguments and drama. Staying assertive in situations won’t compromise the way you feel about yourself, and the way you treat others. Remember that boundaries are healthy, and you have every right to live with them in mind.

Written by Alyssa Cruise

Check out her blog here

 

 

 

Hot Yoga at Your Yoga Studio

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Miss Chief’s review of the 10-day pass for new students at Your Yoga Studio Liverpool on Wood Street.

After a busy and stressful life lately, I decided that it was time for a bit of time out. Hot yoga provides a great meditation environment where I could totally relax, free my mind and focus on myself. This is how it went;

Day One:

Class: Hot Yoga for Beginners with Debbie Radcliffe

Today was my first class, feeling nervous, I went into the studio and found my place, there were no spaces on the back row so I ended up right behind the instructor. This made me extra nervous because now I knew I had to do my best because everybody would be looking right next to me.

When the instructor asked if there was anybody new to the class and I was the only one who put up their hand, I quickly felt myself wanting to walk straight back out again. Before we started I had the face towel on my head removing the sweat from my forehead as it started to sting my eyes. The instructor set us into a relaxing meditation before getting into any movements. The heat then became easier, it didn’t feel as hot as I remembered Hot Yoga in the past.

Today’s class was a slow flow for beginners, we moved at a pace which was easy to follow and pick up with a lot repetition. The main part I struggled with was planking. Although I have been working out at the gym, this definitely doesn’t prepare you for the good Ol’ killer plank.

The instructor had a lovely presence, not to overwhelming and a nice calm voice. I have been searching for a good yoga instructor since my favorite Finnish Ballerina instructor Sanna, who has since become one of my biggest inspirations. Today’s instructor Debbie came around the class and helped get everybody into the correct position, giving pointers on alignment and tips on how to get a better stretch and know you’re feeling the right things.

Overall I was really pleased with this class, it was nice to start with a slow flow, to prepare for the rest of the classes. Now I better make sure that I drink enough water!!

Day Two;

Class: Hot fit flow fly class with Steven Jones

Today my boyfriend came along with me to hot yoga. A few years ago, we came and done a 20-day taster course.

We went into the room to relax and get used to the heat, one by one people entered, but unlike yesterday’s beginners class, after a few more confident looking people came in, we looked at each other and had the same though “maybe this is an advanced class”.  This class was a lot faster paced, quick transitions between poses, a lot of repetition helped us to look like we knew what we were doing a little bit. We surprisingly kept up the pace and didn’t struggle as much as originally thought we would.

I told my boyfriend that it was only girls at the class yesterday which made his face light up, but to his dissatisfaction in today’s class it was mainly male dominated (haha). I feel like I had a great workout, really worked on the core today and feel super refreshed.

Need to keep drinking water.

Day Three;

Class: Absolute Hot Yoga 60m with Steph Henshaw

Today I decided to do Hot Yoga in my lunch break as I had been invited to get my hair done by Aveda in the evening.

The class was advertised at absolute hot yoga 60m but as the instructor Steph was substituting for the usual instructor she changed the class to a flow.

Today’s class was quite small, so we had loads of space, but that also left me feeling a lot more bare, nowhere to hide for cover if I feel like giving up at any point. Steph was actually taught in hot yoga by my old instructor Sanna, you could tell this as she worked you hard!! The flow was a quick pace but then this lead into long plank holds, she would make you hold it for so much longer than you think, my whole body was shaking but I did not want to give up.

The heat is the same but I felt like I could cope with it better, at the point when it feels too hot from doing the downward dog position over and over, the stand-up work came to save me. I did find that in other classes my balance had been fine, but today I found balancing in some positions a little difficult.

Day Four;

Class: Hot Yoga Core Power with Margie Kirk

I was planning to take today off as a rest day and let my body recover, but I think I’m addicted, my skin feels amazing, I have extra energy and  I want to just keep going. I looked at the class schedule and seen that it was a core workout and I thought ok yes, this is the target area I want to build on. I’m so glad I did.

Margie was a fantastic instructor, this class had some flow, but it was mainly slow paced with more focus on getting the moves correct. This is just what I needed. Margie went around the class and helped point out tips on what we should be feeling and how to better the move, also helping fix you into the right alignment. She was very strict however, if she spotted you fidgeting between moves or trying to wipe your face she would point it out straight away. I felt like a naughty kid sometimes, but this then helped me stay completely focused on the practise.

I also found that all this time I hadn’t been getting the best out of my warrior 2 position. I always thought the move was about the front leg, when it is actually about the back one. Once I changed the move and found out how to use the back leg as the stretch and push out through my back little toe, this has changed the pose altogether for me. I wonder how many other positions I am not benefitting from fully at the moment! I see this as a positive though, because learning is fun and always knowing there is always something new to improve on just makes me want to continue finding out more.

Day 5- Rest Day

Day 6 – Rest day

Day 7 – Rest Day

Day 8;

Class: Absolute Hot Yoga with Steven Jones  

Today I missed the beginners class because I was bringing my friend and she didn’t finish work until later, so we made the Absolute Hot Yoga 60m class with Steven Jones

Today the room seemed so much hotter, I don’t know if that’s because of my rest days or it was actually hotter.  Although the class had a different name it was exactly the same as Fit, Flow, Fly, I’m not sure why the classes have different names if it’s exactly the same. That’s fine though, it was a good challenge. Having Heather in the class made me lose concentration at time as a few giggles went on quietly at the back, I did manage to focus in the end though and get through it.

I must drink more on my rest days!!

Day 9;

Class: Fit, Flow, Fly with Steven Jones

Today’s class was the earlier class but was exactly the same as the day before.

My body feels like it can stretch more freely, I think I may have finally learned how to go from downward dog into plank and then cobra correctly now, it’s about trying to keep that bum higher up and coming down from plank right into the elbows.

I have been working hard lately using the mirror to try and correct my alignment. This is where going to Margie Kirks class really helps, she will walk around and correct your posture. Steven is a really good teacher, his voice is very soothing and the movements are fast, but not too fast. He does give some tips and corrects some moves, but the nature of this class being a faster flow, doesn’t give much opportunity it seems.

Day 10 – rest day due to other commitments.

Overall, I feel more focused and relaxed, my body and mind are at one. My skin feels amazing and it has encouraged me to drink plenty of water, which normally I don’t do.

I would love to keep up hot yoga but the classes and passes are a little expensive, I will probably look at doing drop in sessions as and when but it’s not something I could commit to every week just because of the cost.

It has encouraged me to maybe look at focusing on normal (non hot) yoga classes and work on correcting my moves before paying and taking them into a hot class.

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Miss chief at Liverpool Academy of Arts

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Our very own Miss Chief in Merseyside, Alison Roberts has been selected to have her artwork displayed at the second oldest arts academy in the world, Liverpool Arts Academy.

 

There are a number of artists works also on display. The exhibition is located at The Corke Gallery situated on Aigburth Rd.  It will be running from 8th August until the 24th August and open to the public Tuesday- Saturday 1-5pm.

Be sure to go down and check out and support all the local artists.

Miss chief would like to thank June Lornie for organizing the exhibition and all the work she does for at the academy. June will soon be appearing on Miss chief in Merseyside, so we will get to know her a little bit better.

Check out more about Liverpool Academy of Arts here.

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Best Wishes,

Miss Chief in Merseyside xxx