RACHEL M

International yoga and dance instructor, world traveller, lifestyle coach and musician.


Rachel M is an international yoga and dance fitness instructor, holistic healer, environmental activist, philosopher and musician.

Originally from England Rachel has travelled, taught and lived all over the world.

Her mindful and compassionate approach to teaching has inspired many hundreds of people globally to appreciate and undertake a regular yoga practice.   Rachel is the creator of the LetsDance¬© program. A fitness experience that is both effective and fun has provided a catalyst for transformation in the bodies of women and men around the globe. She is currently developing the concept into a foundation which will help those from low income backgrounds who want to train in dance, provide charitable workshops and dance movement therapymasterclasses. 

Rachel has a background in performing arts. She is a skilled writer, certified holistic healer, massage therapist and crystal healing practitioner.

Rachel was always passionate about the arts and the exploration of creative forms of expression from painting to dance. She began singing and writing songs as a child. At the end of 2016 she was to release her first solo music album Seraphine's Dream followed by her current album, 50 Shades of dis-EASE which was released on March 3rd 2018. Ft the tracks, In Search of Haight Asbhury, Tonight and So Sorry Child, all of which have received global airplay. To order the album and for links to Rachel's music and music videos please visit the music page.

FROM RACHEL

Hello, my name is Rachel. Sometimes known as Rachel M. I would firstly like to thank you for taking the time to visit my website. You could be doing anything in the world right now and yet something led you here.  I do not believe in coincidence. I made this site for people who are interested in knowing more about me and what I do. I believe in embracing the rich diversity of life. I have many passions from conservation, science and performing arts to exploration of this beautiful planet we all share. We all being earthlings which includes animals and nature to which we are inherently connected.

Teaching both yoga and dance, helping people to reconnect with their bodies and the NOW is a blessing for me. It comes naturally. Practicing the holistic science of yoga and the art of dance is a huge part of my life. Both have enhanced my personal experience here on earth. Passing along the beauty and truth hidden within each is a calling. Though much of my life is taken up with teaching and spending time with my family as both a wife and mother I still try to find the time to explore other interests. I love cinema, to paint and practice photography.

I am a great fan of music and recently released my second music album, 50 Shades of disEASE. I was lucky enough to have a wonderful partner on this project in the form of Ceri Davies and to have recently found a fantastic new music manager, John Morrison.

I am passionate about animal rights and following a vegetarian lifestyle. I love to travel and have been blessed enough to see many parts of this beautiful planet and experience that with both my husband and children. Yet the exploration continues. There are still so many places that are on the list and I am yet excited to explore. All of my experience thus far and passions accumulate in who I see I am and shape what I do and how I do it. Yet I continue on my journey, ever learning something new. Trying my best to go with the flow. Embracing the rhythm of life. For where ever we are and whatever we do we experience both good and bad days. Yet there is something to be learned and understood from both. That is balance.

Of course we are now using the internet as a means of connection and I know this virtual realm has it's conveniences and benefits yet I also believe as we progress technologically, if we are not careful we could risk loosing a truer connection with others in the physical realm. Something that is even more dangerous where young and developing minds are involved. An ancient and primordial knowing of our true nature and connection with mother earth and all her creatures and creations lies dormant inside many of us and yet is now beginning to awaken. Through the regular practice of yoga, meditation and the arts we can aid this awakening and ease the transition into the next age. There is one thing that is a given. Things change. If we look back over history we can see this. Though it may appear at times that now things have changed for the worse, all will pass. A new dawn awaits each night.


We are limited only by a lack of imagination

Rachel M

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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