Hmmmm… this is a good side stretch. Maybe I'll do both sides one more time. A yes, just what I needed. *slowly opening eyes* I love outdoor yoga, its so refreshing. Can’t stand the aircon. Downward facing dog… ohh, shit I am tight between my shoulders. Maybe do some openers while I am still close to the … Continue reading Yoga with flies
It took me almost three weeks to fully see the magnificent beauty of Sri Lanka. Why? I don't know exactly. Maybe because Colombo is not the best city in the world to start your first solo trip. Maybe because Thailand was the only Asian country I have been before and I had trouble letting go … Continue reading Sri Lanka
Portugal was the first country I visited as a graduated yoga teacher. Last year, when my life was completely different from nowadays, I went to Omassim Guesthouse to go, for the first time in my life, on a 'me alone' holiday. Yoga and surf, relaxation guaranteed. And I fell in love. With Omassim, doing yoga … Continue reading Portugal
By choosing to become a yogi nomad I have to practice to let go of things.
I’m sitting on my yogamat. Breathing in deeply and then bowing my head towards my heart like the teacher asks me to do. 'Set an intention for the class' he says. 'It can be a word, or a phrase, just stay with the first thing that comes into your mind'. I try to let a … Continue reading Trust the process
And then, nobody came. I was ready to teach a vinyasa class. A nice warming flow because of the cold snowy day outside. Music on, some nice beats to get into the right state of mind. It was time to start the class, but where were my students? I realized that they would't come today. … Continue reading Nobody came