When I first met Eve Grzybowski, I was in my 20’s. Like a young colt fresh out of the stable, I was busy finding my yoga legs. Meeting her grounded me and set me on the path of teaching. It’s amazing how a simple encounter can change one’s life forever. Before meeting Eve I was … More Life lessons learned from one of my first yoga teachers
People wonder what the heck is Self-knowledge. I’d say nothing more profound or meaningful has ever happened to me. Nothing is more astounding or astonishing than discovering the Truth that is indeed your self. Until I learned आत्मा विद्या Atma Vidya from my teacher I too had no idea that something as important and meaningful … More What is Self Knowledge
How many times have you started the new year, fired up your to-do list, committed to a new health regime and then by easter all your enthusiasm is down the shoot? I’m so like that, but this year I’m determined to change. That means cranking up the volume on my daily practice, taking long walks … More What happens when dreams come true?
You’ve started Yoga and you love it. It doesn’t take rocket science to immediately feel the benefits. You’re sleeping better, feeling more emotionally balanced and enjoying the community that Yoga brings. Your family and friends notice the difference too. You seem happier, more settled and able to cope better with the stresses of life. So whats … More What does it mean to “take your practice to the next level?”
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
We all have something we want to change. It could be our clothes, our car, the weather or even our partner. So often in daily life what seems great one minute is disappointing the next. And it’s hard not to feel that what would really give us lasting contentment is just out of reach. In … More Pure Ganesha