Facing New Challenges with Resilience

This Tuesday was the anniversary of the first lockdown in the UK. And what a year it’s been. It seems like a decade went past instead of “just” 12 months from the moment this whole madness started.

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It’s crazy to think that the second week of March last year, I was actually flying to see family in Czechia with a view to join the orchestra on tour in Vienna a few days later. Well, let’s just say things didn’t quite go that way.


I still remember agonizing over whether I should fly straight back to the UK once the severity of the situation started to dawn on me only to have that dilemma resolved for me. I was asked to go into my first quarantine, ended up being sick (not Covid luckily) and spending one of the most bizarre spring seasons at home surrounded by family.


I may not have realized this at the time but looking back, I’m positive that my yoga and self-care routines made it possible for me to get through the ups and downs of the past year without completely losing it. :) And now that we’re hopefully heading towards a brighter future with musicians being able to perform again, there are some new challenges.

Maybe you’re concerned about being around a large number of people again or worried you might suffer an injury after months without performing. It’s with those things in mind that I’ve designed my upcoming pre-registered series of classes.


I want to support you in returning to performance and help you build resilience. Jump on a free no strings attached consulation call with me to see if we’re a good fit.