About beckypell

Becky Pell is a yoga teacher who has also spent the last 18 years travelling internationally with concert tours as a sound engineer. She teaches yoga to band and crew members, as well as offering targeted courses and workshops when she is not on the road. Her aim is to help people integrate yoga into their everyday lives and empower them towards self-practice, so they can share the incredible benefits of yoga and meditation that have transformed her own life. She is passionate about furthering her knowledge of yoga, and is currently training as a meditation therapist, chair yoga instructor and holistic counsellor. Becky is married with a teenage stepdaughter,and divides her time between Australia and her native England.

The Terrorist Inside – the ninja move for beating anxiety

Many years ago I decided to learn to deep-sea dive. I loved ocean documentaries and wanted to see all the cool stuff that was down there with my own eyes. I booked myself on a

4 Ways to Beat Sedentary Habits and Live Longer

Sitting down is killing us. Numerous studies show that, whilst many of us need to increase our moderate to high-impact exercise, the really dangerous aspect of modern life lurks in every office, every home and

4 Ways to Reduce Anxiety, Now

Racing heart, shallow breath, dry mouth, jittery stomach, fear, mind swirling with 'what ifs', wanting to be somewhere, anywhere, but where you are right now..... Studies suggest that between 1 in 6 and and 1

New to Yoga? 5 reasons why retreats are for you!

When I chat to people about my love of running yoga retreats, one of the comments I often hear is: ‘I’d love to go on a retreat but I’m not experienced enough at yoga’. I

The Relaxation Response – how to feel calmer and sleep better

Anxiety and insomnia are, unfortunately, very common in modern life. We’re constantly on alert from various devices, much of our work involves looking at screens, and few of us take enough time out amongst nature

The Four Attitudes

Ah, Christmas. A time of peace on Earth and goodwill to all… which is easy to feel at some times during the festive season, and definitely not at others! Family gatherings are notorious for bringing

After The Storm

The storm started innocuously enough. I was busy backing up my computer hard drive and didn’t even notice it had started raining until the hammering on the metal roof became so insistent that I went

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Daisy – a decadent burger that no-one has to die for!

I’ve written before about being a reluctant vegetarian; that is, I like the ethos of not harming living creatures just marginally more than I like how a lot of them taste fresh off the barbie!

6 Ways To Hold Onto That Retreat Feeling

So you’re back home after a yoga retreat. You’ve had a week of blissful surroundings, daily yoga and meditation, plentiful massages and wonderful healthy food. You’re feeling great and are keen to make this break

Do No Ham – the musings of a reluctant vegetarian

When I describe myself as a reluctant vegetarian, people often ask ‘why do it, if you’re reluctant?’ It’s a fair question - the only person stopping me from eating meat and fish is me, so