Mind Body and Spirit resource

This is my Yoga journey blog and resource with tips and hints relating to the mind, body and spirit. Collaborators, contributors are welcome to add their own journey and tips too.

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by Kimm Fearnley
Bournemouth, Bournemouth, United Kingdom,
Created on 1 Jan 2017

This project is for those interested in learning more about yoga, meditation and other aspects of spirituality. It is a place to share tips and experiences, views and information with others.

Tanya Ring is a yoga and pilates teacher and Kimm Fearnley founded the Happiness Centre - a yoga and meditation centre in Yorkshire where she taught meditation and gave away the profits to good causes. Kimm, who handed over the reins of the centre a few years ago now has a social media page called The Backroom Buddha. The two friends are passionate about yoga, meditation and healthy lifestyles and intend to offer a range of articles and videos to encourage the practice of gentle exercise and meditation. 

In the first article Kimm reveals how yoga helps her to face daily challenges and Tanya talks about how emotional release can be found in yoga postures.



Sun, 01/01/2017
Key Interests
19 Apr. 2017 by Kimm Fearnley

The journey to the jungle began in usual Nepalese fashion.

1 Jan. 2017 by Kimm Fearnley

Sometimes during my yoga practice I cry.

I am not a weepy or self-pitying type of person and consider myself quite strong physically and emotionally but occasionally, seemingly out of nowhere, I find myself ambushed mid-asana!

13 Sep. 2017 by Kimm Fearnley
13 Mar. 2017 by Kimm Fearnley


Everything we are confronted with in life is an opportunity to learn something, to grow our spirit, to deepen our soul and to train ourselves to be better human beings.

30 Nov. 2016 by Kimm Fearnley
21 Oct. 2017 by Kimm Fearnley

During my recent practice I have been reflecting on the importance of space - not just the physical space to practice and space in terms of time alone to practice or attend class but also the space we create in our bodies during our practice. The space we create in our bodies as we stretch and move and the space we create with our breath.

Breathing deeply, fully and directing our breath is a very powerful and essential part of yoga.