Blissful, soft, spacious and totally meant to be

Totally meant to be Yoga interests me. It shows me a different dimension of life. Underneath the functional dimension of daily life with all its pleasures and problems, (work related) activities and social relationships, lays a layer where functionality and identity do not have a place. It is an unfocused,…

Welcomed, invited to explore and challenged at Yogashala

Yoga @ Yogashala This testimonial is a contribution by Gosia Wysocka who discovered the fruits of yoga at Yogashala. Since she moved to the UK, she has been looking for a similiar yoga experience. You can read her story below.  "Yogashala for me is THE place on earth for deepening my yoga practice. I…

From the obvious to the subtle in yoga posture practice

Discomfort in yoga posture practice How often are you not comfortable in your body or with the thoughts that your mind accumulates? How often do you experience discomfort in body and mind, one caused by the other, even in yoga posture practice? Yoga posture practice can be an invitation to get over…

Yoga and Resilience (3)

Part 3    Click here for part 2 Read about yoga and resilience in this post that Yogashala guest teacher Marcella Dean contributed to our blog. You can find her regularly on Sunday mornings at Yogashala, teaching from her deeply rooted love for yoga.  Sincere yoga practice bears fruits with time. I…

Yoga and Resilience (2)

Part 2      Click here for part 1. Read about yoga and resilience in this post that Yogashala guest teacher Marcella Dean contributed to our blog. You can find her regularly on Sunday mornings at Yogashala, teaching from her deeply rooted love for yoga.  Yoga comes into the picture I…

Yoga and Resilience

Read about yoga and resilience in this post that Yogashala guest teacher Marcella Dean contributed to our blog. You can find her regularly on Sunday mornings at Yogashala, teaching from her deeply rooted love for yoga. My perfect life How will you react when your life starts to crumble and…