I touch myself. Do you?

Especially for women, but for everybody really, it’s imperative that we check in with our bodies. By the way, with our minds as well. How is that going to happen if we don’t have a way of establishing contact? Whether we do it digitally, visually or by cultivating a regular physical or mindfulness practice, we must enter communication with our body – all parts of it. How else will we notice changes? How else can we become literate in the language of our body and intimate with ourselves?

Postpartum: pain is our friend

Postpartum: pain is our friend I thought selfcare was for losers Three weeks after my son was born I found myself on the sofa, curled up and in pain with

Five simple tools to prevent relapse during the pandemic

The pandemic is a catalyzer. Old demons resurface and are magnified. Here’s how simple yoga tools can help with getting out of your head and stopping the downward spiral.

Yoga – a lifeline for recovering addicts during the coronavirus pandemic

Lockdown, a vulnerable place When, in March 2020, public life came to halt in many countries, addicts were left in a vulnerable place. Isolation, the lack of human connection, is

For what we’re worth — is offering free online yoga going to ruin our business?

Spring 2020, half the world was on lockdown and yoga teachers rushed online to offer their services and community support. Many of them didn’t charge for their classes on zoom or via facebook livestream, degrading the value of yoga. Is the yoga world going to bounce back from that once this pandemic will be history?

Forty days after baby

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

The principle of joy

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Addicted to control

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Heal your heart first

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.

Setting sail

In yogic circles, setting an intention isn’t the same as a new year’s resolution. It doesn’t mean bending over backwards to reach my goal. You formulate your intention in the privacy of your mind and leave it at that. Still, something within re-aligns. It’s like the act of unfurling the sail on the mast. Then all there’s left to do is to wait for the wind to blow in the right direction. And one day, you just take off.