Stop chasing dreams and be here and now. Your life is already perfect.
When studying yoga you realise that life is actually like a vinyasa. Full of transition and change, from beginning to the end of life. A constant process, a flow, of things coming and going. To be willing to take part of life, breath by breath, moment by moment, is to be brave. We all knowContinue reading “Life is like a Vinyasa”
What does that mean? Being you? Have you ever been thinking about how you would describe being you? The authentic and true you, where you do not transform into something else or adjust to what others think you should be. What do you believe in, what are your inner dreams? Do you have some behaviours,Continue reading “Be you”
In my ongoing yoga teacher training I am now reading about yoga philosophy and I wanted to share something from a book called The Yamas and niyamas by Deborah Adele. The first of the five yamas in the yogic ethics (or guidelines) is Ahimsa – non-violence. Exercising yoga with this in mind means that youContinue reading “Ahimsa – Non-violence yoga”
I have just finished reading one of the proposed books in my yoga teacher training – How Yoga Works by Geshe Michael Roach (click here for more info about the book). A book explaining the Yoga Sutra (the oldest and most famous book about how yoga works) in a more easy and understandable way. TheContinue reading “How Yoga Works”