Michelle Cleminson talks to Pauly about her Pure Flow Yoga Retreats in Paradise

Podcast Highlights

 

3:42 - Michelle’s Yoga Background

5:57 - Yoga Internal Experience

12:19 - Yoga Then & Now

24:16 – Workshops

28:38 - What’s Next?

 

 

Paul

Alright guys welcome back to My Wellness Wishlist we are getting up on the end of 2016, it's been an epic year it has gone like lightning speed but here we are getting up towards Christmas who would have thunk it?  Today's wellness titbit is surrounding yoga and the origins of yoga.  It’s been around for over 5,000 years and as you will hear later on in this podcast, the original use of yoga was to prepare the Vedic priests or Brahmins for meditation to prepare their bodies and their minds for it.  The first use of the word yoga has been found in the old sacred texts the Rigveda, the guest coming up on my show is a very old friend of mine, her name is Michelle Clemmensen, she is just quite frankly a really cool chick, she happens to also know her stuff when it comes to creating postures that will strengthen your body but also create suppleness flexibility and mobility in your body, as well as your mind.  The thing I love about Mishie or one of the things I love about Mishie is that she's not completely and utterly dogmatic when it comes to her approach to physical expression of health and wellness.  There are a number of people out there be it, yogi's, power lifters, cross fitters, pilates, people or marathon runners where they feel it's their way or the highway.  Michelle has a really balanced take on physical expression when it comes to health.  It's not uncommon for Michelle to comprise a week's training of few yoga sessions some high intensity training perhaps a strength session and tied all of them with a little bit of mindfulness.  Mission I dig deep into her philosophy on what yoga means to her but also what wellness means to her from a physical and a more emotional perspective, as well.  I hope you enjoy the chat like I said before, great girl, beautiful inside, beautiful outside and have a lot of time for us, so please enjoy. Michelle, mashie, how are you?

 

Michelle

Hey I’m good how are you? 

 

Paul

Oh, so good, it's been such a great week having you in the country 

 

Michelle

Oh I really love this place and I miss it so much

 

Paul

So Michelle, the way we both connected was a number of years ago now you whilst gone into our country and made it your home for a short period of time and you touch so many people in your intimate yoga practice and your intimate yoga teachings and you really did leave your mark on a number of students.  I wanted to have you on the show because you really do have a special why of teaching yoga. 

 

Michelle

That's so nice to hear like I'm still so humbled by it and I think coming back has really like opened me up to knowing that I created such a little pocket of people that I connected with and you know it's in such a short period of time and no being back and getting to see them and teach them and even just like leaving the coffee with with people has been like reliving an experience and its really magical. 

 

Paul

Amazing, wonderful, well I thought this would be a great opportunity to just take down a bit of a journey and see where you actually began in the yoga practice and how you actually got to yoga.  So what was your background, where did you come from? 

 

Michelle

 Good Story

 

Paul

Alright

 

Michelle

Well, you know, it can be really lengthy so I'll try to keep it like brief and summarize

 

Paul

Be a bridge version, great 

 

Michelle

Nutshell but you know, stop me if I go off on a tangent.  I was one of those kids that was like active and did everything, okay, was in all the sports, really into gymnastics, really into music and the arts and stuff and then you know by a certain age my mom was like you have to pick one thing like you can't do everything so I chose gymnastics and then gymnastics became dance after really minor injury that I needed to rest and I fell out of love with dancing after they're doing it competitively for so long and it was something that I was so passionate about and then the industry just kind of sucks the low right out.  I kept dancing for fun but then like a friend just brought me to a yoga class and then everything changed and it was the hardest yoga class I think I have ever done to this day 

 

Paul

Wow

 

Michelle

You know dancers don't have a lot of upper-body strength and I couldn't even do downward dog or like try around way through the class like I was resting a lot but I had this like, you know, flexibility that will make me feel like I was dancing and then a mind set where I was taking opposes this kind of like they were choreography.  It was like I remember the moment when I wanted to be a teacher, I remember the day I remember the pose I was doing when I was just this like a huh moment like I need to do this and those moments like they'll never leave me and I’ll completely always go back to them like again keeping me humble, it was like why, why do I share yoga?  I have to ask myself that question everyday.

 

Paul

Beautiful and so, what a wonderful resource to continue to to go back to and have that burning desire and that passion, I often do it myself it's a beautiful thing.  So, when you're practicing, you know, we’re actually trained earlier today together, which was very cool.  When you're practicing yoga what's your internal experience, what does actually go on with you?

 

Michelle

You know, it shifted a lot I think a lot of the times for teachers especially because we're teaching those regular class times we find it hard practice, so you have to rely on a type of self practice, so type of physical work or mental work that you're doing in your body literally like, you know, there's no set schedule for it's just a time you have to make for yourself and you know like if I want to summarize it now, you know, I spent a lot of time doing handstands and then poses and that's my practice and that's my meditation sometimes in way but I also call my meditation like you know what I'm really slipping my morning coffee like I don't have to be like sitting peacefully and the forest to the jungle I have a mentality of thinking that I can dedicate anywhere and everywhere in all aspects of life and that's played try to tell people is a time you spend on your mat is so small and it's like this like the teeny tiniest bit of yoga the rest of the practice comes throughout your day, like in the rest of the 23 hours of your day that you spend off. 

 

Paul

I couldn't agree more michelle, I actually just released or I'm about to release an a book, which is a seven-day mindfulness challenge and the sub-title of it is “meditating without meditating” and the meaning I'm trying to convey to the people that read this is exactly that trying to find meaning mindfulness and clarity in everyday tasks, which is such a beautiful thing because when you think about it every time you brush your teeth or every time you drink a cup of tea or coffee it's a missed opportunity to be at peace because so many people are doing these things out of habituation stress and anxiety, so it's a beautiful thing to be able to, yeah I know we're on the same level anyway. So it's good, its good further validation, further validation. 

 

Michelle

Totally, it's really challenging for people though because our mind is switched on all the time, like it's, and I really I'm a personal believer like we’re human, like you'll never stop it but you can slow it down and there are tools and little techniques that you can use to slow it down and you know, if you get like up like just a pocket of inspiration where nothing's happening here it will literally take you on and they'll be like, oh my god I have to do that again like that was the best thing ever and you'll just be so at peace.  A lot of people call it like being like yoga stoned or like

 

Paul

But yoga stoned, did you say?  

 

Michelle

So it’s like that it’s in your brain that's just so still where you, yeah, there's nothing, there's nothing and that's the beauty of it

 

Paul

And it is, it's exactly that because your brain waves drop to a level where you're, you know, you get to that theta brainwave point where you are at that brainwave just before you're about to fall asleep, you know, you're in waking life that little point between waking life and sleeping life where you really are in this in-between world.  So, if you were to look at somebody in that stage just after yoga class, which you would have the opportunity to on many, many occasions that just be like a, you know, pure bliss.

 

Michelle

It is, I almost like feel bad taking people out of Shavasana because I'm like I know you want to stay here forever, if I allowed you to, if you didn't have a schedule or a life that maybe you could

 

Paul

And it is, it’s a really beautiful thing, you know, yoga has just been something that has come in and out of my life and it is just recently come back into my life as my listeners would know.  I did a 30-day yoga challenge where I did yoga every day for a month and the habituation of having that stoners that you refer to on a daily basis is just such a it's a pleasure it's an honor to be able to have it in my life now again

 

Michelle

And you feel different after?

 

Paul

Completely and that's for me is the key, the key is initially it's going to be that stimulus of being able to have that brief period of time after you meditate or after you do yoga practice where you have that clarity but then for it to be able to spill over a little bit further in front and then a little bit further behind until, you know, a lot of your days filled up by it, which is so cool. 

 

Michelle

It's very true and that's what happens every time you come back to the mat is you’re easier, it's quicker for you to drop in and when it happens quickly then your whole practice becomes like a moving meditation.  You filter information through listening, right?  Because usually were just listening to the teacher and a lot of the times teachers are up there practicing on the mat, it's not about watching and you could practice with your eyes closed door or with your gaze, that’s why gaze is so important and they’re “dishtri” as we call it because you focus that and then you drop away and that sense dissolves, listening and then feeling is that all you're doing, you're just feeling your body and those two sensations like played with one another they start to kind of bring out this really amazing vibration and then, you know, everything becomes meditation.

 

Paul

And we were talking about yoga today as we were training and we were talking about the meaning behind yoga, which I think a lot of people, you know, yoga serves people in different ways and the essence of the way yoga was originally serving people was in a very different way to the way some people accept it now, is that correct?

 

Michelle

That's very correct 

 

Paul

Would you take us through the history of the initial purpose of yoga 

 

Michelle

Yeah I mean again long, long winded history and it's definitely worse like, you know if anyone's interested in learning that kind of stuff, it's worth picking up a book on like the yoga sutras, it's worth watching a documentary something like yoga unveiled or like the titans of yoga, awesome documentaries that I can share with you too 

 

Paul

Awesome!  I’ll put those links on the show notes 

 

Michelle

Yeah and you know, those kinds of, the history of yoga I mean obviously it comes with a form of teaching that was never written down, it was before writing and it was before books and things that are tangible before obviously let we have the internet and google.  So, the teachings were transmitted from teacher to student verbally, teachers didn't do a 200-hour teacher training, they were guided to become a teacher from their mentor because they were practicing with that mentor and only that mentor, the teacher knew when they were ready.  So, those concepts of still kind of exists today but they are very different and because we're you know we're modernized we have a lot of different concepts and different lifestyles, of course and you know, of course in that way that you know people practice Asana, that was just poses and they were all just to prepare the body for meditation so that you sit comfortably and be still and and pretty much exit your body.  That's what they were doing we're going through again the sensory deprivation so you're taking you know all the senses away allowing the wall along with well we'll reach higher states of consciousness and it's you know, they call it a list Nirvana oneness even in a lot of ancient teachings they refer to and you know, that higher self as God, which is again another way that yoga stemmed and spread through like Hindu, Buddhism, different lineages that are nowwell known religion and we use this tradition.  So, you know, it's a miraculous pool of information that is all coming together and it has all been now like transmitted and written down and translated and then written and translated and you know these, you know, a lot of magic gets lost of course and translation just why when you find a feature that you connect with there's something magical about it because it doesn't really matter what they say or how educated they are it's an energetic connection that you don't really make sense of the word some really define what you feel.  So I felt that with a lot of teachers and then, and you know I can feel when a student 

 

Paul

Because it's, because it’s connection between two people, it's two entities, it's a very, very real connection but the people, I suppose we're so used to using rational mind that it's very difficult to put your finger on it but I agree that extends past a yoga, it extends to therapies and treatments and healers across all skirt, even your GP, you know, somebody that you resonate within you have an energetic exchange with you will receive the healings and the teachings in a much more resolute way 

 

Michelle

That’s very true

 

Paul

Sorry continue

 

Michelle

Back in the day like of course they were practicing 60-minute vinyasa flow classes or even yin yoga, yin yoga is a very new type of practice and that's very beneficial but very new and those concepts continue to grow and expand and people are so creative and that's the power of our minds we’re like exploring the limits and the infinite nature of our body like what we're capable of, it's incredible what some people are doing these days like and I don't want to call them like tricks that like their own yoga poses that like holy crap I have watched some videos and I'm like they literally defy gravity, it's like they're like this close to levitation, that's serious, serious commitment and dedication to your own physical work 

 

Paul

Absolutely 

 

Michelle

I'm in awe like, and I stil, I say that the end of my classes and like, you know what, I'm like we're doing a really physical practice right now, you should be like so grateful and so in awe of what your body is capable of and we focus a lot on what we can't do like, Oh, I can't do this handstand and where I can’t do a pro pose yet or I can’t touch my toes but like when you focus on what you can do it's like, it's amazing.

 

Paul

It's really, it's quite incredible and we were talking about the incredible complexities of what people can do nowadays but we also discussed, once again not to detract from the physical prowess of all these incredible Yogi's modern-day goes out there but we also did state that without that esoteric nature behind yoga we have simply just doing gymnastics, which is awesome don't get me wrong I absolutely love gymnastics. 

 

Michelle

There's so much reality and that though too, right?  Because of course like you know we want we want to be capable of these amazing things but if you don't come back to the true nature of the practice and if we don't come back to ourselves and an honor that, you know, we are, you know. We're still just as a whole and just as valuable whether you're doing this post or that pose whether you’re in this place and that place like it really doesn't matter.  The funny thing is like absolutely like it kind of detract from the nature of yoga now and I'm not saying that you shouldn’t practice yoga but you shouldn’t bring all the elements together and then just figure out what resonates with you because your poses don't really matter at all.  I spent a long time not practicing yoga like not at all and I was teaching a lot I needed a different physical outlet and I didn't have to practice yoga to teach yoga but you know it's it's a journey, it's a roller coaster and when people tell me that they, you know, are practicing every day during 30-day challenges and stopping yoga for weeks or months or maybe a year and then you know they pick it back up again rose up and down and it's the nature of all things, we get bored we get we lack inspiration.  I think that's the most important one, we all just need to be inspired. 

 

Paul

And I think there's also the element of being able to check in with yourself and say what does my body need today, what does my body need for this sequence of seven days, you know, which is a really big thing to be able to have that introspective awareness to be able to check in with your body and say that because people will just practice things habitually, mindlessly and to be able to have intention behind and a reason behind practicing something because it's so much more meaning.

 

Michelle

It's so true and that's all we are, were just pure awareness, your main teaching of yoga is presence like the first written document that you can pick up and read it.  It's now is the teachings of yoga, just now, that one word, it's most likely scroll up the past, we scroll up the future and just like tunnel vision on this moment and you just keep going and you know, it's challenging to do that because we're so goal-driven and we have so many stories that accumulated from our past and this one side and then you want and inspire to be at a different level in when we grow up or when we achieve this, you go on that trip and we we’re, you know, idealist as well so 

 

Paul

Absolutely

 

Michelle

You know when you have those like human nature and very natural thoughts then you just have to constantly home back in on what's most important now and if you as you, you know, yourself is not at the top of the list then it's like you need to reassess, why are you here? 

 

Paul

Yes spot-on and you're right so many people in today's society are driven by this ultimate goal that they may set, which, you know, for many is unachievable and what if you just make that goal a process of just living a daily life and I'm not saying, you know, live in a world where you don't need to have tangible things and  live in a loincloth on a mountain somewhere this is not a, but have that aspect of presence of mind, which is something that is so dealing miss in a lot of today's society. 

 

Michelle

It's so true, it's so true and no means like what I am, I’m the kind of yogi or the kind of person that whatever I want you to take a pleasurable things and things that you love and you know, whether it's like a drink or meat, you know, a lot of yogis are vegetarian, I don't think that like any right or wrong way of living but if you're living unhappily, if you're living in a state of suffering then what's the point, right?  Like constantly just you know being present at being happy in yourself and when you're not happy not and like pushing that down and shoving it away but honoring your stagnant or honoring your fear, honoring the worry that you feel and sitting with it.  What I always say in classes like get really, really comfortable with that feeling of discomfort because it's really easy for us to just push that away from our mind and subconsciously it's going to sit on you and it will manifest in another way so that's why most yogi's would say like if you do that things like disease and injury, mental, imbalances will start to come up. 

 

Paul

Spot on, it comes out some way doesn't it that unease it comes out some way.

 

Michelle

Absolutely

 

Paul

So, this yoga experience is taking you into some incredible places, you've actually been teaching some wonderful workshop overseas in Thailand amongst many other places.  You've had the opportunity to not just teach yoga workshops but also teach workshops on many other topics.  Do you want a break down a couple of these topics and give us an understanding of what you went through and what you've got other people to went through? 

 

Michelle

Yeah, I mean, you know, it's a kind of funny thing as well because a lot of the styles of workshop that I teach especially again with modern yogis they start around with Asana and they would start with the concept of like back bending or you know, side, the side front knee or the chakras like different kinds of really physical things that connect with but what that opens up is kind of a world of transformational experience, which is what workshops can be like what retreats especially, which is that a style that I'm teaching pilot with the retreat experience you're away from your everyday reality you're away from your schedule or a usually away from friends and family and whether you're on your own or with someone that you know you're in a new place and that naturally just makes you vulnerable and that's really scary.  You’re really, really emotional for people.  So, you know with the right kind of comfort level and with the right ability to share, usually it's some kind of the right questions or the right kind of examples that get people sharing about their deeper kind of emotional selves and how we relate to the practice.  So in a way it's like yoga lifestyle combination just using it together.  A lot of people are, I want to say they’re, they come on retreat or they sign up for a workshop because a class isn't enough, they need to know more.  A lot of people even do teacher trainings because they just want to know and they got to be an environment where they're immersed in yoga and of course that’s an amazing, amazing thing to do and retreats are definitely like what I recommend for people who want a deeper experience into themselves but yeah it's about kind of tapping into your own ability to heal yourself by meditating, breath work and different kind of webs of thought and like using the mind to get out of the mind, really quite fun because we can be really creative when we sit still and when we stop and kind of focus on one thing and you'll kind of unfold these past experiences and usually there are things that have been sitting in our subconscious like what we call like the karmic body thing, in a way that like we you hold it and it shapes a part of your core personality and then when it comes to the surface you have the ability to essentially learn from it and then let it go.   That kind of brings you to this next layer of consciousness  but sometimes you need to share that verbally.  Sometimes we need to feel it and then let it out in an emotional way and sometimes that's dancing, which is really fun with static dance, five rhythms like amazing, amazing ways to just feel so free of your body, movement meditation that are really, really for people that, you know, everyone, every single group is different that's what's really fun and you can't walk into anything expecting anything you have to kind of let all the cards fall as they may and know that people will get what they need. 

 

Paul

Fantastic very, very cool, so, what's next for Michelle?

 

Michelle

Well I'm sad to say goodbye to Melbourne, I have to leave in a couple of days, it's a little home away from home for me but on another home that I've created is in Thailand and i'll be going back to koh phangan, which is a little island in the gulf coast, it's actually a school that I did my training at.  So I'm connected to the woman who built the space and to now the new owner who is a good friend of mine, we trained together  

 

Paul

Whereabouts, whereabouts is that school by the way

 

Michelle

Yeah, so it's this little beach called Haad Yuan and Koh Phangan is just north of Koh Samui, so it's an island, it's a little bit of a mission to get there but believe me, it's worth it and you know you're tucked away in this little bit of paradise and you're in the jungle, it's a little more rustic 

 

Paul

Is that, sorry, sorry to interrupt is that just around the corner near the sanctuary 

 

Michelle

Yeah

 

Paul

Oh cool! I’ve been there  

 

Michelle

Near the Sanctuary

 

Paul

Sorry?

 

Michelle

You know where that is

 

Paul

Yeah, yeah, I’ve been there, I’ve been there

 

Michelle

As if, and look we didn’t even know

 

Paul

There you go

 

Michelle

My school is much smaller because it's kind of up and in the back of the ridge, so I guess its up the hill and kind of right at the top

 

Paul

Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, cool

 

Michelle

If you’re on top, you wouldn’t notice

 

Paul

Fantastic, sorry say that again?

 

Michelle

It used to be called the blooming lotus

 

Paul

It sounds familiar I don’t know if I went there or not but I definitely remember just loving that part, you know, getting of the Haad Rim part obviously is very different to getting around the corner but yeah what an experience I really dug it, it was really cool 

 

Michelle

It's a little piece of magic and I call it like a little pocket because it is so tucked away and it's almost, it's confronting, the energy there and you know they say that Koh Phangan is almost beat rock itself is part rose quartz and that's like the crystal that's just connected to the heart chakra.  So whenever I think about being there and I've been there for about four - five times and every time has been really different but it literally just like taps on my heart like this and then just you have to open up to it and connect with everything that, that's their to offer. 

 

Paul

Wow 

 

Michelle

That’s why a lot of people are drawn there, there's a lot of healers, a lot of spiritual people and you know it is considered a party island and you know what?  The parties are epic, whether you choose to indulge or not and it doesn't matter because the music is there, you can feel it, you can go to from, so I love that. My retreats are Monday through Friday, the music starts at like you know 10 p.m. on a friday and it goes until 10 a.m. next day so 

 

Paul

Beautiful

 

Michelle

I usually wake up in the morning and just go for a dance

 

Paul

I completely love it, you know, and that brings up something for me and you know, that's a perfect lee way to the concept of balance and it's obviously something that you celebrate in your life a lot and you know we were talking about balance through the medium of movement as well being that sometimes you enter period in your life what you did yoga sometimes, you went through periods in your life when you did strength trainin,g resistance training and you know high intensity training but it, and that balance of both has seemed to really serve you in the past is that kind of, am I hitting it out there?

 

Michelle

100% and I think that a lot of, especially when I was teaching full time and I would probably say I was my most happy when I was not doing yoga 

 

Paul

Yeah, right

 

Michelle

Because your life becomes consumed by almost like the mask you have to put on, it so much of who I am like I feel like being, like yoga is in my blood that I almost like it was a hypnotic state and I go into when I teach and being in the studio as a student was really challenging because I didn't feel inspired and then that has nothing to do with any of the teachers and the teachers here are all amazing, I'm in their own way, I was lacking inspiration of my own practice. I needed to just like get it out in there to scream and it is all I wanted, to lift heavy things 

 

Paul

Yeah

 

Michelle

Really strong and in my body and I also wanted to connect with people with a kind of different level, which is what I love about personal trainers, they become like your best friend that you’ve paid for, kind of

 

Paul

Does that make us gigolos? 

 

Michelle

Escort?

 

Paul

But that's cool, whatever

 

Michelle

Of the highest class, of the highest class

 

Paul

Of the highest class

 

Michelle

But so many like I would definitely say that if it wasn't for, you know, crossfit when I was doing those high intensity workouts, the location, the people that I met, my friend adam again whom I train with all the time, like I am, you know, those were the happiest hours of my weeks and I wouldn't have gotten through the year in the way that any amount that I was actually giving and offering as a yoga teacher without that.  So look my gratitude to that is so, so infinite and like it will stay with me forever, I was got really emotional because it's so crucial to have those relationships and to have that type of movement that makes you feel powerful 

 

Paul

I so agree and you know you manage to really scout out an incredible human in Adam lane and Adam Lane fitness shoutout, primo, primo human andlike you said that you had almost had this over exposure to this is feminine practice of yoga and you needed that brutish masculine exertion to be able to balance you out, I think so many of us are in this masculine kind of exertion world and would benefit your ideal from femininity and you know it goes both ways, you know. 

 

Michelle

It sure does, that's the principle of yoga is knowing that we have both energies within us all the time and it's good when we can start to create a distinction and usually society has created distinction between what's masculine and what’s feminine and in a lot of ways like yoga has masculine qualities but as a female approaching the practice andas a nurturer, as a cancer, being like one of the most emotional signs in the zodiac and I was, you know, I was just naturally not pulling myself into these conversations and these classes.  So I almost like, I couldn't build myself the wall that, and build myself the balance that I needed to maintain a sense of equilibrium, I wasreally, really shattered and you know life and then is also incorporate with that as well and but I think that, I think that it's really, really important for you to diversify your movements in your body because when we do the same thing over and over and over  it's never going to produce change I want to say, the change in the short term like you get better at something and but in the long term you kind of want to who you want to, you want to be able to apply your physical wall practice to all things 

 

Paul

Spot On, Yeah

 

Michelle

I could apply my yoga practice to all the high-intensity work that I was doing and because I have very sweet form, I knew how stuff with bones, I knew how to switch on my muscles, I knew how to activate and deactivate certain things and you know, when Adam made me run I don't want to hate him but, you know, like I was stronger and fitter for it and I did it ,you got through and you realize oh yeah I’m capable of that even though I don't like it 

 

Paul

And you know, what?  When you do the same thing over and over, you’re right, you do get better at that particular movement but it also becomes familiar and the ability, you can't I find it very difficult to grow in a familiar environment when you don't have that ability to be uncomfortable that's I actually feel that discomfort is where people really make the most intimate growth.  So stepping out of their comfort zone doing something that you not necessarily comfortable with like running, Danny Lane, you become stronger and fitter as a result of it and then you've got the balance of yoga 

 

Michelle

Totally

 

Paul

Michelle I just want to thank you so much for coming on the show it's been so cool to have you here, you've been a friend of mine for such a long period of time and you know, hopefully we'll be working together in the future which would be so cool on some really cool projects to keep an eye out peeps for that 

 

Michelle

Absolutely I hope you can convince more and more of your big bulky crossfit buddies check on using yoga or at least start to explore the idea of you know, something 

 

Paul

Without a doubt, without a doubt and you know whether it's, whether your strength training, doing high intensity training, long-distance running, there's, I truly feel like I have a formula in my life right now, which is working and serving me so well when it comes to my my body but further than that it's giving me the ability to be able to really have a sense of calmness in the mind which is super duper, duper important 

 

Michelle

It really is, it really is and once you feel it, it's like get addicted to it just got to keep going and keep building as it only gets better, it gets better like wine marinade when it just filter through you and then every sip just, miraculous

 

Paul

Awesome! thanks again Michie appreciate your time 

 

Michelle

Thank you so much Paul, Love you

 

Paul

Kisses safe travels back to Thailand

 

Michelle

Thank you so much it was so good catching up 

 

Paul

You're an absolute gem thank you 

 

Michelle

Bye

 

Paul

There you have it guy's Michelle Cleminson on yoga, life and everything in between.  I'm gonna leave you guys with that I hope you enjoy the rest of your week and I shall see you very shortly

 

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Show Notes

 

Yoga Unveiled(Documentary)

The Titans of Yoga (Documentary)