• Versus Mandalas Wrist Fall

    Red let;
    Asymmetry run.
    Not be;
    Colour by imagination;

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  • Inhale Arms Up, Exhale Forward Fold, Repeat.

    When a person becomes aware that their breath and movement are dancing together at the same time, that person is developing more intelligent and efficient movement patterns…

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  • Thoughts on Trauma and Movement

    Journaling is how I get my thoughts out of my head, so I don’t have to keep dwelling on the same thought process repeatedly. Journaling helps me to let go of emotional baggage…

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  • We’re Moving Online!

    Were excited to announce that our new PATREON Page is now live! This subscriber platform allows us to offer online yoga classes, private classes and some other goodies! There are a few different monthly subscription levels so you can find the one that works best for you!

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  • Home is Earth

    In 2015 I began traveling to teach Yoga Teacher Trainings around the world. Every so often I used to leave my home for a few months to teach yoga students who wanted to become teachers, that gig lasted about 5 years, until COVID-19 happened. I love to travel and when I travel I feel that all my worries disappear, I feel at home! Throughout my life I have lived in different cities in Colombia, Denmark and Canada and I feel that the more one travels and sees the world the more one feels part of a collective, the collective that lives on earth. I grew up in Medellin, Colombia and I consider that city my first home, then I lived in Kolding (Denmark) and several places throughout Canada like Vancouver, the Okanagan, Vancouver Island and Toronto.

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  • Compassion, Starting with Yourself

    There is great importance in creating compassion for yourself so you can spread that care to others. I find it interesting on flights when during the emergency protocol announcement the flight attendants stress that you need to put your own mask on first before helping anyone with theirs.

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  • Saucha as a Way to Find a Deep Truth Within Yourself

    Saucha means purity, clearness of mind, speech and body. Saucha is one of the Niyamas of yoga and Niyamas can be interpreted to mean positive duties and observances. In the book “The Yamas and Niyamas: Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Practice” by Deborah Adele, she goes further with the concept of saucha by saying that we not only need to be pure in thoughts and words but also develop purity in relation to the things that we have no control of. She writes that:

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  • Druidry, Ancient Spiritual Practices in Scotland and other Celtic Regions

    The history of Druidry is hard to trace, early practitioners left almost no records of this ancient Celtic system of spirituality. What we know about Druidry comes from pre-historic paintings, drawings, and writings such as those from Julius Caesar. At the end of the Ice Age, people from Southern Europe traveled north to Scotland and other Celtic areas to settle, creating a culture with considerable knowledge of astronomy and engineering skills that are hard to comprehend even today. This period of early Celticism encompasses the development of Druidism, a highly sophisticated religious system that included poets, healers, seers, philosophers, judges, and teachers.

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  • Koshas: Getting to Know Them Through Asana

    Koshas are layers or sheaths that help us to move from the physical to the spiritual. There’s that moment at the end of an intense physical and mental practice, it could be running, yoga or chasing your nephews around a park for two hours, where you feel absolutely blissed out and serene. Have you felt that before? While your mind was focused and your physical body was working you managed to move yourself into a state of peace. According to yoga philosophy you have moved through the layers of the Koshas. Much like layers of an onion, the peeling of these layers helps us navigate to the core of who we really are.

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  • Karma Yoga: Acting Out of Love

    The principle of karma has been embodied in many ways. The movie Back To The Future II had a deep impact on me as a child. Firstly, I grew up believing that the release of Hover-boards was just around the corner, and secondly that our smallest actions have repercussions that are invisible. The movie demonstrates the Butterfly Effect, the theory that the flap of the wings of a butterfly can cause the formation of a hurricane.

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