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Sam Burnell

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Sam was born in Cape Town and is passionate about integrative bodywork therapies and healing concepts. Following two years of studies in Therapeutic Reflexology and Meridian therapy in Cape Town, she spent a year in SE Asia deepening her personal yoga practice, exploring ...

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on Tai Chi, Yoga and Laughter

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

A lovely experience Sam. There is always something new to learn. Laughter makes it so much easier when you teach, it breaks the tension and everyone is just more relaxed.

Joanne Wadsworth
Senior Digital Ranger

Why am I not surprised to read that Londolozi also offers, to interested guests, classes in Yoga. In a ever continuing quest to please and fulfill the needs, the guests walk away fulfilled….whether in the presence of nature’s wild animals or within the presence of one’s yoga spirit….a “presence” connection is made which completes the trip.

What wonderful connection with a kindred soul. Beautiful fluid Tai Chi movement also seems to provide a good cardio workout and it must have been very special in the tranquility of Londolozi.

Carolyn Whitaker
Digital Ranger

This is a beautiful post, Sam. Thank you.

Denise Vouri
Digital Tracker

How wonderful that you allow guests to participate in exercise activities in a teaching role. I’m sure it makes for an amazing experience for you and Londolozi guests. Perhaps one day I’ll be able to join in one of these impromptu body/mind enhancing activities.

Irene Dixon
Explorer

Beautifully written article-

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