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19
May

Online Yoga classes in the digital world

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Many people have been asking me about the Online Yoga classes and how they went? Well, they are still running and it has been a greater success than I could ever imagine!   I need to add a little background story here. My family lives in 3 different countries and we have adjusted to online […]

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10
Dec

Beat the winter blues

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How could you beat the winter blues instead of surviving the cold and dark months in the warm and cosy house? Of course, we need more relaxation during winter, it’s essential to follow a healthy diet, walk in nature and fill up your iron and vitamins. It’s a great season to read books, watch movies, […]

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12
Jun

Courage and vulnerability

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1 year ago I thought that it will be easy to build up my classes again from scratch in another country, my country, after living abroad for 9 years. I believe that I have useful knowledge and experience and I am keen to share it with everyone who is interested in Yoga. Usually, new businesses […]

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27
Nov

Love letter to myself

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Many times, deep thoughts come to me during my yoga practice, it’s so interesting!   Today I felt I went through a micro realisation whilst of course, I was concentrating on my breathing! 🙂   I’ve just realised that my life and personality have changed so much in the last 13 years, the places I […]

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16
Oct

Fighting the ego

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Probably it’s my martial arts background that I always want to fight with my ego when I practice. 🙂 I like to enter a space for spiritual practice with my ego left at the door and open my heart and mind for the teaching.   In the western culture, we often wear a mask to cover […]

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09
Jun

Patience, the best quality of a yogi

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Sometimes I see beginners struggling who just recently started yoga and they would like to master all the postures on the first class and feel frustrated if can’t perform everything perfectly.   Yoga is a slow, deep transition, changing the body, the muscle memory, the emotional body and the attitude. There’s no need to achieve […]

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06
Jun

Sweet harmony in the practice

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I find it’s important to build a self-practice in Ashtanga Yoga, so you can take it with you, wherever you are. And you can do your own practice when you don’t have time to attend a class.   Also, it’s important to have a teacher, who can guide you to remain a student and active practitioner. It’s […]

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25
May

Ashtanga Yoga- The journey within

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What does Ashtanga Yoga mean to me?   I practised Hatha Yoga and martial arts for several years and when I found Ashtanga Yoga I fell in love straight away. Many people find it challenging, others just love it. I’m not saying it’s the best and only, everyone needs to find what resonates best with […]

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