31 12, 2020

4 Things to Leave Behind in the New Year – and 4 to Bring With You

2022-12-13T16:43:18-06:00By |Categories: living yoga|Comments Off on 4 Things to Leave Behind in the New Year – and 4 to Bring With You

The end of the year always evokes a sense of contemplation for me. What worked over the past year, what went so unbelievably wrong - all of it. This year was.... special, to say the least. Reflecting on 2020 definitely

28 11, 2020

Yoga Destinations Around the World

2023-02-05T18:03:35-06:00By |Categories: living yoga, multi-destination|Tags: |2 Comments

There are plenty of reasons why yoga and travel simply go hand-in-hand. The awakening experiences they both provide, the establishment of connections, and the way both facilitate an open mind - these are just some of the reasons why many

16 06, 2020

stuck abroad during the 2020 lockdown

2022-11-25T02:38:08-06:00By |Categories: living yoga, Romania|Comments Off on stuck abroad during the 2020 lockdown

I never expected to become stranded in Transilvania - in Romania at all, for that matter.  When most Westerners think of Transilvania, their minds imagine a place dark, haunted, and sheathed in isolated wilderness.  Perhaps also conjuring up images of

20 07, 2019

20 reasons to take a yoga teacher training – even if you don’t want to teach!

2023-02-02T15:16:19-06:00By |Categories: living yoga|3 Comments

If you're reading this right now, you've probably got the idea of taking a yoga teacher training bouncing around somewhere in your mind. It's a natural thing that happens to many yogis once they reach a certain point in their

8 05, 2019

5 Ways Solo Travel & Yoga Made Me a Better Person

2022-12-06T11:05:53-06:00By |Categories: living yoga, Travel Tips|Tags: |Comments Off on 5 Ways Solo Travel & Yoga Made Me a Better Person

For most of my life I’ve felt lost.  Out of place, homesick for a place that I’d never been to, a place I didn’t know existed.  All I knew was that I didn’t belong where I was; whether that was

26 02, 2019

Ahimsa: Non-violence in Thought and Action

2023-11-10T17:43:29-06:00By |Categories: living yoga|Comments Off on Ahimsa: Non-violence in Thought and Action

Ahimsa, the first of the five yamas laid out in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, is the practice of non-violence, both towards oneself and toward all other living beings. When non-violence in speech, thought and action is established, one’s aggressive nature is

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