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Book Review: Yoga in Britain By Suzanne Newcome

11 March 2022

Yoga in Britain: Stretching Spirituality and Educating Yogis by Suzanne Newcombe charts the course of yoga’s propagation within the cultural landscape of twentieth-century Britain.


Cultural Appropriation - Part 3: Empire

21 March 2020

My family was recently given a set of Snakes and Ladders. It’s a cheap, plastic set - a rollup sheet, little pieces..


Cultural Appropriation Pt. 2: Emerika

03 February 2018

"The wrongs of our past have resurfaced
Despite all we did to vanquish the traces..


Cultural Appropriation Part 1: India

16 August 2017

Its been ten years since I first visited this ashram which is located in a vast & beautiful valley, nestled amongst the sacred hills of Sahyadri.


Standardising the non-standard

05 November 2016

A recent proposal to create a ‘National Occupational Standard’ (NOS) within the field of teaching yoga has ignited a...

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James is a yoga teacher, blogger and student. He's been practising yoga in one shape or form for over 23 years. He's currently studying at SOAS, University of London, for an MA in Yoga and Meditation.

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