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Tag: yoga

Hoi An

Hoi An

I took a night bus from Dalat in the rain. This time it was the more uncomfortable type if bus, with less space and was unlucky to get an upstairs seat for the curvy roads. Luckily, I could sleep throughout most of the journey and […]

Morning cleansing

Morning cleansing

I’m often asked, what are the changes yoga brought into my life. Maybe once I take a calm minute and make a list, but here I want to share one thing I talk about surprisingly a lot to my friends: my morning routine, my morning […]

What if you don’t feel like getting on your yoga mat

What if you don’t feel like getting on your yoga mat

Do you practice yoga for a while now and you don’t miss a day? Or did the day come, when you don’t even like the idea of getting close to your yoga mat? Well, yoga is just like anything else – there are tons of […]

The 5 most common misconceptions about yoga

The 5 most common misconceptions about yoga

There are plenty of misconceptions about yoga, and somehow I tend to hear more comments and questions on it, since I am practicing yoga. As a yoga teacher I guess I hear team even more often. I collected the most common ones and share what […]

Private yoga and community yoga

Private yoga and community yoga

Private yoga and community yoga would be the two extreme end of yoga practice? One may say. But I love to do both and  find it inspiring to combine them in my teaching practice. Private yoga Based on my experience this might not be the […]

Yoga and the corporate well-being

Yoga and the corporate well-being

I spent years in management in a multinational company. Now I am a yoga teacher. It is super easy to categorize the reaction I got from people on this change. Either: “Heh? You crazy? Well, good luck for making a living out if this…”,  or: […]

How to prepare for your (first) yoga class

How to prepare for your (first) yoga class

Here are a couple of suggestions how to prepare for your yoga class – it doesn’t require additional time, rather just a bit of attention. Even if you have some experience in yoga practice, this may be a good reminder to you as well. 1. […]

Review – Samma Karuna 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

Review – Samma Karuna 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

If you are considering to enroll to a 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training program and Samma Karuna is among your options, this summary might help you to get a little insight to the program. My personal experience of the training in November 2017 is availabe […]

Inner journey

Inner journey

Spirituality alert! If you place yourself to the “with two feet on the ground” end of the rationality scale, and lose your interest in a millisecond as soon as people start to speak about ezoteric experiences or share theories without scientific facts, then maybe this […]

Life after graduation

Life after graduation

The course is finished. So the next day I wake up and I have absolutely no clue of what to do. There’s no schedule, no to do list, I don’t have to study for the next test. I have free time. It is a new […]