Contentment & Discontentment Through Yoga + Should Everyone Chant OM?

As Yoga becomes ever more popular, the ancient and traditional aspects of it can sometimes become diluted or confused, and the messages send out to students new and seasoned can often leave us feeling even more confused than we were before even stepping on the Yoga mat. Practicing the postures is one thing, but gettingContinue reading “Contentment & Discontentment Through Yoga + Should Everyone Chant OM?”

Karma Yoga #fortheloveofyoga

  Every action can be turned into Karma Yoga.  Everything we ‘do’ – a thought, a word, a deed, leaves an impression, a mark or a samskara. These samskaras are essentially what define us; we are who we are and we are where we are because of what has happened before this moment. The lawContinue reading “Karma Yoga #fortheloveofyoga”

Abundance, Enough-Ness & Becoming Yourself

Spring is very much a season of abundance. Plants come into bloom, nature emerges from hibernation, and the lushness and light of life returns after a rather long, dark Winter. In the sacred text the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna even likens himself to the season of Spring, which is known in ancient Ayurveda as the ‘KingContinue reading “Abundance, Enough-Ness & Becoming Yourself”

Shambhavi Mudra: Find Clarity, Peace & Intuition and Re-set Your Sleeping Patterns This Crazy Christmas Time

Each morning here in India we’re privileged to meditate in front of this beautiful scene in amazing surroundings. Hearing the world wake up as we meditate is a fantastic way to greet the day, and we’ve been exploring different ways of practicing meditation and pranayama. ‘Mudra’ means gesture or seal. Essentially it is a wayContinue reading “Shambhavi Mudra: Find Clarity, Peace & Intuition and Re-set Your Sleeping Patterns This Crazy Christmas Time”

E-Book Release: Ancient Yoga Wisdom For Modern Yogis

Although it may be the physical aspect that first draws us towards Yoga, sooner or later we find out that there’s a lot more to this practice than touching your toes or holding a headstand…. The origins of Yoga don’t look much like our modern-day practice, in fact most of the postures we practice todayContinue reading “E-Book Release: Ancient Yoga Wisdom For Modern Yogis”