The first time I stepped on a yoga mat I had no idea where it would take me. I just thought it’s time to do this. At first, yoga happened in fits and starts. My chiropractor had been urging me to take yoga more seriously, but at that time as a dancer with daily classes, … More My life is Yoga
When John and I first struck up a conversation after hearing about each other for years, we both had our heads down writing books. Not much has changed in the last 5 years. The subject matter is different but were both still at it. We are loving the daily routine of writing, yoga, more writing, … More What’s new in our corner
It’s been such a joy for me to create the above film reflecting the feelings and inspirations gained from participants on our workshops, retreats and trainings. We feel so fortunate to be able to share yoga in so many beautiful places and share with some incredible beings. In the coming weeks and months we’ll be in … More We’re on the road again
Here in Germany I am experiencing the fluctuations of Spring not quite becoming Summer. The change of seasons is the time that Vata Dosha is most predominant. We often feel scattered, stressed and don’t sleep or digest well. That’s why this weeks guest blog by Lauren Rose Burke is perfect. I hope you enjoy her healing soup recipe. … More The Perfect Healing Soup for the Change of Seasons
Namaste! It’s so wonderful to share Yoga and to be able to inspire others to teach and share too. Thats why over the next few months i’ll be featuring Yoga teachers who have inspired me! Our first featured writer is Romina Di Federico. Romina is a Yoga and meditation teacher who lives and works in Sydney. Romina … More Am I a Yoga Teacher?
I did, today while lying wide eyed in relaxation after my practice. Here in Bali its Nyepi, the Balinese New Year and after a raucous night of drumming and banging away the evil spirits, the day has bloomed into a garden of tranquility. There isn’t one car or motorbike on the streets, nor a plane … More Have You Ever heard the Sky Talk?
It’s Christmas, time for family and friends to celebrate with good cheer, while couples kiss under mistletoe and children squeal in delight at candy canes and Santa. Amidst the commercial hype, we all actually dread, lies a tradition and value system both inspiring and fulfilling. The holidays are the perfect time to dive deep into … More 3 ways to have a Merry Yogi Christmas
I’ve never really understood frogs until one came to live in our toilet last month. It all happened quite suddenly. One minute the toilet bowl was empty and the next a frog was squeamishly clinging to the edge as I flushed. Even though I cringed at the site of his little legs kicking against the … More The Nature of Frogs and Cheesemaking
A few days ago a few local teachers and I were talking about the Business of Yoga or should I say the Busyness of the Yoga BIZ. On comparing notes we discovered we spent more time on the computer, working out marketing strategies or coming up with clever ways to get people to our classes … More The Busyness of the Yoga BIZ
Byron Yoga Teacher Training in the Ishta System October 15-November 30, 2012 Being a Yoga teacher is much more than an Occupation- It’s a way of life. Are you looking for a comprehensive program which includes inspiration to take your Yoga off the Mat and into the world? An intensive program that gives you both a … More TAKE YOUR YOGA PRACTlCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL