Category: Yoga

The Most Common Yoga Styles Explained

The Most Common Yoga Styles Explained

The Most Common Yoga Styles Explained Sweating, sitting in silence, shaking, anatomically…

How to overcome Winter Blues

How to overcome Winter Blues

How to overcome Winter Blues Shorter days, longer nights means winter has…

How Yoga can Help you Follow Your Own Unique Journey

How Yoga can Help you Follow Your Own Unique Journey

In a world that is full of input, stimulation, social expectations, pressures, it can be easy to get off course from your own unique journey and path. By practicing yoga you can cultivate the space and time to reconnect with your needs, health, and wellness to fully embrace what ever adventure this life has for you.

Karma Yoga: What is Karma Yoga and how can you practice it daily?

Karma Yoga: What is Karma Yoga and how can you practice it daily?

When I first arrived at my yoga teacher training course in India, I was enthusiastic to find out that our course schedule not only included asana, pranayama and meditation classes but also ayurveda and Emotional Blockage Treatment. But the one class that took me by surprise was Karma Yoga. I’ve always known about karma and yoga, but had never heard the two put together. I soon realised that it had nothing to do with being on my yoga mat.

Yoga Poses for Two People

Yoga Poses for Two People

All of you yogis and yoginis know the importance of building on…

Bhu Namanasana – Asana Instructions, Benefits & Contra-Indications

Bhu Namanasana – Asana Instructions, Benefits & Contra-Indications

Bhu Namanasana (spinal twist prostration pose) To perform the Bhu Namanasana, also…

My Ayurvedic Autumn Morning Routine

My Ayurvedic Autumn Morning Routine

Summer is gone, colours are changing and I’m getting cosy in my…

The Importance of Balancing Asanas

The Importance of Balancing Asanas

The Importance of Balancing Asanas Balancing yoga asanas or balancing yoga postures…

The Benefits of Doing A Yoga Teacher Training in India

The Benefits of Doing A Yoga Teacher Training in India

Do you love yoga and feel like it’s been changing your life to the better? Yoga has been scientifically proven to be rejuvenating for both body and mind and promote long-term health and well-being. The ancient science of yoga contains many mysteries, techniques and traditions that originate in India. Yoga stands for unity and aims to control the fluctuations of the mind. While some practitioners experience physical transformation and mental clarity, others feel also an increase in emotional stability and spiritual growth. What have you experienced so far?