“Yoga, or doing nothing: how I’m choosing to cope with lockdown”

Cherry blossom coming into bloom, snapped by Laila on one of her lockdown walks around Brighton.
Laila cycling on the seafront during the first lockdown in summer 2020.
Laila during a pre-lockdown US Girls Can weightlifting workshop at Sussexsport’s Falmer Sports Complex gym, at the University of Sussex.

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