Faithfully Alison is about empowering, supporting and celebrating YOU!

For me, the portal to the elusive ‘freedom’ that I suspect we are all seeking is through my willingness to see, accept and begin to love the truth about who I really am … as opposed to who I think I should be, who I have been told I am…

My passion is for sharing Yoga and musings that I hope will help you to do the same.

Often the most radical changes to our quality of life are made through subtle changes within our hearts and minds.  A surprisingly small (yet far from easy) shift in perception can have a surprisingly significant impact.

In my own experience it isn’t a bigger house, better car or a different partner that will make us happy (I’ve tried all of the above – purely for research purposes of course!!). It’s a willingness to drop the facade and accept ourselves fully and unconditionally in all our divinely messy glory

Based in East Cork, Ireland I share weekly public Yoga Practices as well as bespoke sessions for specialist private groups and individuals.

There are a range of in person classes and regular workshops choose from. I am introducing online bundles from the end of 2022 so that you can enjoy your Practice in a time and space that works for you.

I also have a small number of Mentoring slots for people who are wanting to dive deeper and uncover a little bit more about the wonderful mystery of who they really are.

Faithfully Me x

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Dear 2023

I don’t know if I feel ready for you.    The last few years have been really challenging. I want to  But I don’t quite trust you to be any different. Please prove me wrong. 2022 ripped out my heart and in so doing showed me how resilient I am.   2022 slapped me awake … Continue reading Dear 2023

Keeping it Real

I’ve been experiencing lots of light bulb moments recently.  It’s a bit exhausting… and also really wonderful! Before one of my Yoga classes this week I shared with the group that I had noticed I was feeling a bit angry.  I could feel my demeanour was a little irritated and I could see that I … Continue reading Keeping it Real

Empty the Cup

You may have heard the story of the scholar who visited the saint.  The scholar was eager to gain favour and impress the saint with everything he knew.  After a while, the saint suggested they have some tea and began to fill the scholar’s cup to the brim, and continued to pour so that the … Continue reading Empty the Cup

How Come?

How come?…. All my best ideas My lightbulb moments My wisest thoughts My most lucid prose Arrive When I’m trapped under a sleeping Kali Kat? Not wanting to move Lest I should disturb the Goddess Notebook and pen Unavailable   And… How come?… When she rouses Without thank yous Has a quick wash before Unceremoniously … Continue reading How Come?

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