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kayla kurin at the beach, text: trailblazer interview: kayla kurin and accessible yoga for all

Kayla Kurin is the founder of Aroga Yoga, she’s a yoga therapist, teacher and health advocate who works with people who are sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. Is that you?

*That sound you just heard was everyone reading this raising their hands simultaneously.*

I’m so excited to share her work with you, especially knowing that many of you are, like me, living with illness and in caring roles, working to make yoga accessible day to day.

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large bonfire in dark text on photography: September Trailblazing Resources: Fuel for Your Healing Fire GraceQuantock.com

The best of the wellness internet. Lovingly curated trailblazing healing resources for fun and wellness fabulousness to fuel your healing fire. Relax and dive in!

My favourite trailblazing healing resources, inspirations, proclamation and motivation this month.

I love getting emails about how working with Turning Trailblazer has shifted people’s lives and perspectives…if you’d like to check it out, you can get a free copy here.

If you are building a business, do you follow my Accessible Business Pinterest board?

Each week we set our intentions in The Trailblazers’ Cafe and support each other through the week, so powerful!

Want to travel around the UK? Check out this awesome accessibility app.

What to write to a friend with illness or grief and when you are afraid you’ll say the wrong thing.

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vine growing up shady wall with green leaves, text over the top: pain matters: managing the why me? blues

Have ever had one of those days, when being grown up seems like more than you can bear?

When all of your healing, your self-development and spiritual work is not helping you?

Not only that but it feels like it’s hurting you because you aren’t seeing the message or the lesson in your chronic pain/broken leg/recurring depression?

It sounds like the ‘Why Me?’ Blues.

I mean come on, what happened? Did a star misalign? Were you unkind to a nun in a past life?

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dear grace Q & A: how do I keep my spirits up when I'm hurting? text over misty forest photograph

Dear Grace Q & A: How do I keep my spirits up long term, when living with emotional and physical pain?

I really hear how difficult it is to cope emotionally when you are hurting for a long time and I hope these 5 points help you manage the pain and still find some peace:

1. Build Resilience

Resilience supports us to cope with uncertainty. Resilience is something we can choose to build.

The factors which make up resilience have been identified by psychologists. We can learn resilience as surely as we can learn how to use Instagram or make a cup of tea.

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a field of wheat with a path through it, text: gratitude & grace list: harvest edition

Inspired by my dear friend Gala Darling, I’m taking my love lists out of my (gold, sparkly) journal and sharing them with you.

It’s been so warm here…long sunny days. I’ve been enjoying the plums from our heritage plum trees and it’s almost time to start picking apples. I am truly grateful for every beautiful day.

Here’s some more things I’m grateful for:

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