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My articles  

Here are some of my articles in mainstream print.  Please get in touch if you would like me to write a piece for your magazine or interview you me as an expert for your piece.  See here for my academic publications.

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'Shake it Mama!' (About bellydancing for birth) Sept 2018  PDF

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'Yoga' (About using yoga to support parenting) Summer 2016  PDF

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'Retrospective menarche ceremony' May 2015  

www.junomagazine.com/menarche-tessa-sanderson/

2016 green parent cycles

'How Understanding your Cycles can Change your Life'

Writing Competition 2016 - Highly Commended  

https://thegreenparent.co.uk/articles/read/

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'Respect your lumbar spine' Spring 2009  PDF 

 

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'The challenges of measuring activity in postpartum women' Sept 2007  PDF 

 

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'Yoga & Scientists' July 2007  PDF 

 

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'Living with chronic illness' June 2007  PDF 

 

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'Where is my happy head?' April 2007  PDF 

 

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'How I came to yoga' (Damayanti is my spiritual name) Sept 2003  PDF 

 

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'Reclaiming Cyclical Wisdom for Pregnancy & Birth) Spring 2019  PDF

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'MyYogaBiz: Tips from the experts to help you grow the business of your dreams' March 2019  PDF

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'Yoga and community: successful sangha' Feb 2019  PDF

Tessa in print

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Tessa Venuti Sanderson reflects on how we communicate with children about their bodies.

Early Spring 2020

I have always loved writing.

 

What I really enjoy is the process of transforming the ideas I have picked up from different places and communicating them to a different audience.

 

Everyone has a unique story to tell, so I would urge you to put pen to paper and write freely, as if no-one was going to read it. The editing comes later.

 

I particularly enjoy non-fiction because the world is curious enough without having to make things up!

 

Please follow my instagram account @tessayogawomanality to see what I'm currently thinking about!