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The greatest treasures

"I have only three things to teach: simplicity, patience and compassion. These are the greatest treasures in life" - Lao Tzu This statement seems nearly too simple and basic doesn't it? When we start to embrace a self-discovery journey, we often crave knowledge,...

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Past-lives: proofs and reasons why it matters

More and more I work with past-lives during private spiritual consultations and group workshops. I have done so for years and the more I do it the more I am in awe of what can be found and achieved by working on them. You have had hundreds of them you know... Well,...

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Find your intuition, feed your soul

Intuition is a gift that all of us receive from birth, like an inner capacity. We can choose to ignore it or listen to it, to neglect it or to feed it. Whatever you give attention to grows and increases, so does your intuition. The world we live in now loves to...

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Sun Salutations – Surya Namaskar A and B

In Vinyasa Yoga, we most of the time start with a couple of rounds of Surya Namaskar A then B. The purpose is to warm up the body while lengthening and strengthening the body before going deeper into other poses (asanas). There are many variations of Sun Salutations...

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Ujjayi Breath

Ujjayi breath is the 'yogi breath' - the one that you should ideally learn and practice during your yoga class. Use this breathing technique when you hold poses in Hatha yoga and allow the flow of your breath to lead the movements in Vinyasa yoga. Ujjayi breath...

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Hip Opening Sequence

Hips opening poses are a must in today's society. We spend so much time sitting that the muscles shorten and tighten, triggering all sorts of reaction in the body, from sciatica problems, to sacro-iliac pain and lower back problems, naming a few. The 'hip joint' is a...

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Sweet stretches for quadriceps

Ending our week on quadriceps, I feel that I have found new ways of stretching and targeting different muscles to find those sweet spots that feel so nice to work on. We have learned about our body and why the quads are so important to pay attention too. A lot of knee...

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Hamstrings close-up

This week, I had planned to focus on Hamstrings and Quadriceps. It turns out we only focused on our hamis, paying close attention to lengthening and strengthening them. Next week, we will take a closer look at our quadriceps then! Saying that we only focused on our...

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Foot, ankle and knee week: what we have learned

This week's focus in our Hatha yoga classes was 'foot, ankle and knee'. I was a little bit nervous to bring up this theme as a start; I wondered how students would react and how interesting the class would be for them. After looking back, I realise that first my own...

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