For me yoga isn't limited to the time we spend on the mat.
How we are and how we move in life is all yoga.
If we force ourselves to nail that pose better than the next person, that's how we'll be in life outside the yoga studio - forcing, struggling, never letting ourselves relax and just enjoy the process.
I've been in that place for a long time, constantly getting myself injured and feeling sore. Not funny at all.
What I came to after years of practicing all sorts of yoga is that we can only make a change when we slow down and start tuning into ourselves, instead of blindly following some concepts that are supposed to know our bodies better then we do.
Our body functions best when we give it the freedom to move and when we respond to what we feel. That's what I base my approach on.
I combine the basics of hatha yoga with Strala yoga and body consciousness approach to reach the place where our breath, movement and feeling become our best guides.
"Talent is universal, but opportunity is not"
- Nicholas Kristof
I believe that giving is receiving. And that every little tiny action counts.
Below you can learn and maybe even get involved in two projects I currently support. Because as Maya Angelou said, “As long as you’re breathing, it’s never too late to do some good.”
She's the first
She's the First fights gender inequality through education. They provide scholarships to girls in low-income countries so that they'll be first in their families to graduate from high school & train students everywhere to be global leaders.
"Because an educated girl is still the exception, not the norm, in too many places worldwide" - She's the first
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