It can be just as daunting as it is exciting to start a new activity and yoga is no exception to that. Whether you start to practise in a fancy yoga studio or at a more down to earth community centre, here’s a list of few unwritten rules that most yogis around the word follow. … More Yoga Etiquette – Good-to-knows for new students
I am in the process of moving this blog to a new host at some point this week and wanted to give you a heads up on this. The address will stay the same but if you are following this via WordPress reader don’t forget to add the link to you bookmarks. Very excited about … More Moving!
Coming from a country known for its lack of sunlight sunscreen was not something I had dedicated much thought of until I came to Cyprus almost a decade ago. Growing up, one bottle of whatever sun protection my mother happened to come across at the shop was more than enough to cover for the whole … More Protecting yourself from the sun, naturally
Working together with Hadjios Valley Villas and Gym in Mazotos, Larnaca, I am now offering three weekly classes at their premises. We want these classes to be accessible to everybody in the community of Mazotos, the nearby villages and also the tourists visiting us. This is why we offer the classes at a very reasonable … More New Yoga Classes in Mazotos, Larnaca
This past week has been the Mental Health Awareness Week (at least in the UK.) However, mental health is obviously not an issue just for one week a year, just like a good mental health is more than just absence of a mental health problem. Stress and anxiety for instance are issues that touch all … More 7 Yoga-inspired Tips for Anxiety and Stress // 7 x Joogan inspiroimaa vinkkia stressin hallintaan
The days of full moon hold various beliefs and significance for most cultures and across spiritual and scientific realms. In Buddhist ideology, full moon days are important as a time for religious reflection. Some cultures see the moon as a feminine (yin) symbol, representing the rhythm of time. The round circular form of full moon … More May Full Moon Yoga
We all know how important drinking enough water is and now with summer upon us, the sun reminds us of that as well. Whilst it can be easy to pop into the nearest kiosk for a half a litre bottle, or get an extra litre from the guy selling drinks on our way to that … More What’s In The Water?
Practise and non-attachment can seem to be very contradictory terms as we usually associate practise with the expectation of some sort of results. Yet together these two form the principles that the whole yoga system as we know it today rests. You might have heard your yoga teacher to say the words ”just let everything … More Abhyasa and Vairagya
Back in December I wrote about bullet journaling and how I was giving it a go. Four months later I am loving the method as it really helps to bring structure to my life. Several of my friends have taken up BuJo-ing as well so I thought I do a little update about the whys … More About Bullet Journaling
In the last post I wrote about moving away from things that just do not feel right, even if reason can tell us otherwise. Needless to say, the topic of recognising when it is time to change the course and refocus energies has been in my mind a lot lately. Not that I have gone … More Spring Clean