About Sharni Quinn

Sharni Quinn is a wellness consultant, international Yoga Teacher, Life Coach, author and speaker, who empowers individuals to bring more Yin to their Yang so they can stress less, live more and live their best life! https://sharniquinn.com/about-sharni-quinn/

Finding Happiness

2022-10-22T10:18:36+00:00By |Mind, Body, Soul|

Finding happiness can be a life-long quest of enquiry, discovery and ultimately bliss. However, it is a journey and often a state that feels elusive, but by making the right choices it is very possible. One minute we are happy, the next we are not – that is life. One minute we are riding the wave and the next we feel we are drowning.

108 Sun Salutations

2021-10-20T16:37:45+00:00By |Movement and Yoga|

Doing 108 sun salutations is a strong and powerful experience that will leave you feeling rejuvenated, alive and forever changed. This is because you will no doubt feel extremely proud of yourself, but also connected to the people to whom you have dedicated this practice and experience.

7 Reasons to do Hot Yoga

2021-06-23T20:58:23+00:00By |Movement and Yoga|

When the days are shorter, greyer, and the cold has set in, it is much more challenging to get out of a warm, cozy bed and motivate yourself to exercise. Consider Hot Yoga to keep you active, fit and happy during the chilly winter months.

Yoga for Tight Hips

2022-07-12T12:19:49+00:00By |Movement and Yoga|

Many people experience the common problem of stiff and tight hips. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time or doing activities and sports that include running, cycling and jumping can stiffen the front hip flexors and make the outer hips tight. However, having tight hips is not just related to physical tension. Sharni Quinn explains.

Practising Yoga off your Mat and in your Life

2021-07-14T09:34:06+00:00By |Movement and Yoga|

One of the most beautiful aspects of yoga is that it provides the perfect platform from which to reach out to others and give back, enabling you to develop your spirituality while serving others. When we talk about taking yoga into our lives we are referring to maintaining that ‘yoga high’ – the sense of peace, calmness and happiness that you feel after your session.

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