Summer is Here

Believe it or not we are half way through the year and the Summer is here!!

This is a time of outward expression of energy, expansiveness, movement and activity. It is a time of the HEART, JOY, PASSION and the element of FIRE.

So, this means it’s a great to get outside, while nature is at its best, and the days are longer and the sun is shining longer – this helps us feel lighter and more grounded. Its also a great time to be with friends and family, sharing food, and having fun.

This  month its also a good idea to strengthen our immune system and aura. The arc line is a halo that stretches around our forehead earlobe to earlobe. For women, we have an extra arc line that runs from nipple to nipple, giving us extra intuition.  This arc line when it is strong will help us guide our life a bit like a steering wheel. The aura is made up of light around your body, reflecting our state of mind and body.

So in our Monday and Wednesday classes, we are going to be focus on strengthening both our arc line and auric fields. We are also going to be using the breath to bring in more prana and vitality into our bodies. A great meditation to practice this month is the divine shield meditation which is a beautiful meditation for protection and positivity – 

Looking forward to see you at Tassibee this month, for walks around Rotherham and yoga classes and healthy eating!!

Contact Sat Nadar for more information.

Spring Blog

Spring is in the air and it’s a great time to get outside!

At Tassibee, we are going out on weekly walks on Mondays 10.30 – 11.30am, just in the local area. A brisk walk has many health benefits like:

  • Increased heart and lung fitness
  • Reduced risk of heart disease and stroke
  • Improved blood pressure and diabetes
  • Helps joints and muscular stiffness
  • Reduced body fat

If you would like to join us, the next meet up is Monday 15th April at Tassibee , ready to leave at 10.30am

We are going to be continuing with Yoga Sessions on Mondays 1-2pm and Wednesdays 10-11am. The focus of this month will be the Mind, letting go of stress and anxiety in our bodies.

We learn more about:

  • How we hold emotions in our body, and how this has a direct effect on our thoughts
  • Certain breath techniques which are ways to use the breath to balance the mind
  • Foods, learning what to eliminate from the diet and what foods are good for the mind
  • Which movements and postures will allow you to uncover the blocks in the body and support you, to move you past the mind

Urban Retreat Day


Monday 4th March 11am – 4pm at TAssibee Centre

This retreat day will allow you to experience more balance, less stress in your life.

You will learn specific yogic techniques to live a healthier life. It’s a day to take a break from normal life to re-connect to yourself, to throw off stress, strengthen and rejuvenate yourself.

There will be many experienced teachers to guide you through the day, so that you get the many benefits of the yoga practice. So, if you would like to come together with other women to share, try new foods, relax and re-new yourself for spring.

All you need to do is contact Sat Nadar at Tassibee 01709 377750 and we will reserve you a place.

There are limited places as we only certain amount of room.

Take Stock and Re-Connect with Yourself

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Welcome to 2019….. 

January has a way of jumping up on us that can jolt us out of the over indulgence and social time of December and bring us back to reality of day to day living! It is a time to take stock and look at what we would like to do differently. It’s a time to re-connect to all the aspects of our self and ask is this how I would like to continue? Or do I want to change? 

January can be an extreme month – it can be a time when people start crash diets, begin crazy exercise regimes and become obsessed with losing weight. However, the more balanced way to be, is to just make small changes to your lifestyle for longer term health benefits and to live a happier, healthier life. 

Small changes can be just starting your day with celery juice has so many healing benefits to the body – too many to mention here but basically if you suffer from any autoimmune disorders, balances blood pressure. If you would like to know more, have a look at Celery Juice Stands Alone

Another way to bring more balance to your mind, strength and vitality in your body and lightness in your spirit is Kundalini Yoga.

I have begun teaching two classes per week at The Tassibee Centre since December and this can bring so many health benefits to you. This yoga is a dynamic blend of physical postures, breathing, moving, stretching, meditation, mantra and relaxation. The combination of which activates the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system, expands the lung capacity, and purifies the bloodstream.

If you would like 10 more reasons to do it – look up 10 Great Reasons To Do Kundalini Yoga 

So, this is a start, step by step, small changes! I will be teaching Kundalini Yoga  Wednesday 9th January 10-11am at the Tassibee Centre. We have yoga mats, so please just bring yourself and an open heart to try something new! 

Sending much love and blessings to you for a creative and peaceful 2019, 

Sat Nadar xx

Have A Calm and Peaceful December

At this time of the year, it is always such a busy time. The days have become shorter, so there is less daylight and it can feel that we never have the time to just stop and relax. When we keep going, we may feel, we may feel we are getting burnt out.

Burnout is when we have been under a lot of stress for a significant amount of time. The symptoms are exhaustion, lack of motivation, frustration or other negative emotions, cognitive problems – forgetfulness, health problems, not taking care of yourself, getting into more conflicts with people at home or at work.

There are many tools in Kundalini Yoga to give us the space to feel rejuvenated and centred. The meditation for burnout is a wonderful tool to bring us back in balance.

We will be experiencing these powerful and uplifting tools every week in the yoga and meditation classes every Monday 1.30-2.30pm and Wednesday 10-11am at Tassibee.

Join us for an uplifting session and a cup of warming yogi tea afterwards.

Meditation for Burn-Out

This is the best thing to do when you think you are getting burned out. The mudra is a dormant state of energy. We totally zero our authoritative magnetic field.

Practice this meditation only when there is time to remain still and relaxed upon completion

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.

Mudra: Fold the thumbs across the palms of each hand until the thumb tips rest at the base of the Mercury (ring) finger. Bring the backs of the hands together in front of the Heart Center and press them together firmly. The upper hands are not as closely pressed together as the backs of the fingers. Keep the arms comfortable and relaxed, and the elbows as loose as possible.

Breath: Deeply inhale in 8 equal parts through the nose. Completely exhale in 8 equal parts.

Eyes: Focus at the tip of the nose.

Time: Begin by practicing this meditation for 11 minutes. When you feel competent at this time, increase to 22 minutes. Then increase to 31 minutes.

©The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan – This kriya can be found in KRIYA, available through KRI.