When I began writing this post, I wanted it to be an experience sharing of sorts of what transpired during my journey of becoming a mother and immediately afterwards. The joys and insecurities of a young
Recently I’ve come across various articles talking about “real yoga” and how yoga teaching today has lost its authenticity and value. I find these articles very interesting. I agree with a lot that they have to say but just saying that “this is not true yoga” isn’t enough.
About a couple of months ago I completed my prenatal yoga teacher training course in Mcleodganj, Dharamsala. The school I chose to do this course from, was the Kashmir Shaivism School of Yoga, run by a lovely husband-wife duo, Mr. Amit Raina & Ms. Lina. This course was led by Lina, who has almost a ‘shamanic’…
I recently had the pleasure and honour of interviewing Michelin star chef, Mr. Pietro Leemann. Over our conversation
In Hindu mythology, the sun God is worshiped as a symbol of health and immortal life. The Rig Veda (ancient Hindu scripture) declares that “Surya (sun) is the Soul, both of the moving and unmoving beings”. Surya Namaskar means
I have been thinking a lot lately and I don’t know how far I am ready to go?
Ben and I spent the last year doing yoga and meditation in various places in India. I don’t claim to be an expert on yoga in India but I’m quite happy with
I recently happened to watch Kung Fu Panda 3 and I just can’t get over that movie! I could have sat again right after that show to catch the next one. Did anyone else feel the same?
Ben and I took a trip to Europe in the month of January and spent 2 months there. We were mostly in France because that is where Ben is from but we did travel quite a bit around. In Europe, it is sometimes difficult to find
2015 was dedicated to yoga. The journey began in January and the ending in December couldn’t have been better. Looking back now I don’t think I could have done one year in any better way and there is no way I could have
When we were living in Mcleodganj, I had a favourite ‘go-to’ spot there. It was a bench on a walking path right next to the Dalai Lama’s temple. After a visit to the temple I would usually walk down to this spot to just sit, look at the valley of Dharamsala and contemplate on life….
A while ago, I took up a course at the Tushita Meditation Centre in Mcleodganj, India. The course is called ‘introduction to Buddhism’. This, after Parmarth Ashram, was the next