I don’t talk about my mother, in fact even my closest friends don’t know about her. I lost my mother when I was 7 years old. She had been struggling with breast cancer for a while by then. I always avoided talking about her to friends or people because I always felt and quickly realised…
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