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Yoga, contemplative practice, people and community. These are what we are passionate about, that move us, that keep us doing what we are doing and that makes SYL what it is. Our blog is a reflection of how we share here at SYL, the people we meet, who we invite to teach and importantly what we see as important in directing our awareness to see how we move in the world. What is a yoga studio if not somewhere you can let go from the world, find a part of you that can be nurtured and then work on that in daily life. Our articles reflect this. Hopefully some of these words resonate.
A New Kind Of Sangha

A New Kind Of Sangha

Everything as we know it has now changed. As we navigate the world under COVID-19 Scott shares insights from the past, how we are navigating this time in a totally new yoga paradigm and how that can inform the future.

How do you inspire others?

How do you inspire others?

The world is changing and it can be hard to feel inspired. This month Scott shares what inspiration means to him and how this has changed over the years, and offers 5 ways to stay inspired yourself when helping others.

How do you move in life?

How do you move in life?

As Scott shares an intimate moment of panic with his son, and a moment of clarity about his grandfather, he reflects on how an embodied yoga practice, together with a compassionate outlook, can form a highly contemplative approach to changing our lives.

Becoming the love we seek

Becoming the love we seek

As Stillpoint Yoga London moves into its 10th year, founder Scott Johnson reflects on how the vision became a reality, the importance of a quiet space, and how we might each become the love we seek through a disciplined yet compassionate yoga and mindfulness practice.

Falling into yoga, falling into life

Falling into yoga, falling into life

In this month’s post, Scott explores what happens when we fall deep into a yoga or contemplative practice – how we can fall into our breath, away from our identity, and into present moment awareness. As we lean into the space that’s created, can we find a new way of seeing ourselves and the world?