Monthly Archives: November 2015

Balance, samata or samatva in Sanskrit, is a fundamental aspect of Yoga. A balanced approach of life includes an equal mood and the capability to feel the unity in the diversities. In order to be balanced, we have to be non-judgemental and treat others with impartiality, equanimity, equal kindness and compassion. One way to reach Balance in life...
More
This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature – satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles  – asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya Part 6: Where you are is...
More
This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature – satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles – asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya Part 6: Where you are is...
More
This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature – satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles – asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya Part 6: Where you are is...
More
This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature– satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles – asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya Part 6: Where you are is exactly...
More
This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature – satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles– asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya Part 6: Where you are is exactly...
More
Discover the eight folded path -Part 1 This article consists of 6 parts: Part 1: Discover the eight folded path – yamas Part 2: The power of love – ahimsa Part 3: Follow your nature – satya Part 4: Stay true to your principles– asteya Part 5: Live in alignment with your desire – bramacharya...
More
Since many years, I always have a tennis ball with me. This is on my list of the five things that I always carry (the other four are my yoga mat, tiger balm, tea, and a book). I absolutely need it, no matter where or when… No, I am not a tennis player… Actually this tennis...
More
Did you ever start crying uncontrollably during a Yoga class?! I did. It happened to me during my first yoga class, in New York city about 10 years ago…  If I remember well,  it was almost at the end of the class. The big room was crowded, full of young dancers from the Broadway Dance...
More
My background as a dancer brought me a lot of skills… but many injuries at the same time. When i really started my yoga practice a couple of years ago, i realized how much my body was broken, damaged and desperately needed some healing. At the start of my asana practice arm balancing was absolutely...
More
WordPress Event Theme