October 8, 2019

Ever since I had my first moon cycle, I started to feel quite weakened by it and I knew it wasn't like the periods that my friends had, mine was different, mine would leave me rolling into a little ball and crying in pain.

I remember my mum saying that it was the same for her before she had my brother, that she ended up in hospital often due to it.  I remember having to miss school, or call home sick due to the pains...

July 7, 2019

During 2018, I realised that I was experiencing some conditions that were a call for attention so I started a search for answers and underwent many therapies in which I found some really interesting things that I wanted to share with you. The therapies I had were many and in this blog post, I will only share one of them, so this doesn't turn into a book hehe not yet anyways!

 One of my friends recommended a Colombian therapist...

June 26, 2019

"All paths lead to One"

It is likely that we have all noticed the similarities in spiritual traditions in which the teachings are pretty much the same yet they are given different labels/ words to describe the same insights

I have always felt particularly attracted to Buddhist and Indian philosophy, and while in Greece, we were asked by one of our teachers, Demetri, what were the precepts of Buddhism, there was silence.  He said...

May 22, 2019

I’ve been asked a few times if it’s normal to feel emotional or get teary during or after a (yin) yoga class... and an example I can give of why this might happen is this… A few days ago I gave myself a facial at home, it is rare I do this, but this time I did it “properly” and even used steam to do it, after I did it, my skin had a breakout. Now, it’s clear to me that the facial allowed my skin to purge old oil, bacteria and...

March 26, 2019

With the arrival of spring, I've noticed that many people are being affected my colds, allergies and different ailments. So, today I'm sharing some of the medicinal uses of natural ingredients that most people have at home. I learnt some of these uses while in India visiting a spice farm plantation in Goa 


- Relieve upper respiratory infections: Ayurveda suggests making a tea with cloves to lessen or prevent colds and flu...

March 16, 2019

I don't know about you, but I have been deeply feeling the heaviness of what's happening around the world. In spite of me not watching news or TV, I have been hearing about too many unfortunate circumstances, near and far.

It saddens me to know that there are so many people suffering out there and to not only see but also feel how that magnifies to a collective fear and affliction, that's why I felt the need to share some techn...

February 16, 2019

Once upon a time, there were six blind men who lived in a small village. One day one of the villagers mentioned that there was an elephant in the village. They had no idea what an elephant was so they decided that even though they would not be able to see it, they would go and feel it anyway.

 All of them went where the elephant was and touched the elephant.

"The elephant is a tree," said the first man who touched his...

August 29, 2018

Have you ever gotten to a point in your life where you feel you've hit a wall, when things don't go your way and you feel that the universe is not necessarily on your side? 

If you're a human being, this has probably happened to you, or is even happening now, so I wanted to share a realisation I had a few days ago... 

While at gym, I watched a dragonfly crashing over and over again against a  glass window. From where I was stand...

July 24, 2018

I recently attended a workshop with the amazing Meghan Currie and it helped me feel myself from the inside as a new soul experiencing a body for the first time. I realised how much we all normally do, but how much of this doing can be automatic and often unperceived within our bodies and our scope of awareness. 

I have been reading a book called "Fascia" by David Lesondak and he talks about something called, Interoception...

May 13, 2018

A few weeks ago, I attended a workshop in London called Becoming Supernatural, led by Dr. Joe Dispenza. What was said in the workshop made so much sense to me that I started reading the book right away and it's blown me away!

First of all, I saw Dr. Joe Dispenza on a documentary called "Heal" and became fascinated with the idea that we have infinite potential for healing absolutely anything  and achieve as much health, wealth,...

October 5, 2017

There are things that we need to remind ourselves as often as we can, whether we are recently starting the practice of yoga or are seasoned practitioners. 

1. You and your body are totally unique and so will be your expression of yoga postures. 

Trying to look exactly the same as your neighbour in a yoga class is almost an impossible thing to do. We all have different body structure; proportions of body segments, muscle ins...

August 16, 2017

This is such a simple question that all yoga practitioners could benefit from when feeling anxious or self-judgemental.

When we ponder about this question, an immediate response would be, for myself, of course! However, if you have ever gone past pain to make your posture look like your neighbour's in your yoga class, ignoring your body's feedback, you might be doing yoga for others, and not truly for yourself.

While it is a gre...

July 16, 2017

“When the breath wanders, the mind is unsteady, but when the breath is still, so is the mind still.” Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Before you continue reading, pay attention to your breath, which nostril is predominantly open? 

(you can cover one nostril and check by breathing in through the uncovered nostril)

In yoga, we normally talk about "nadis" which are energy pathways through which "prana" (divine energy, life force) flows through....

June 11, 2017

In yoga tradition, shatkriya or shatkarma are cleansing techniques used to purify the body and mind which improve circulation of prana (vital energy/breath) and/or blood throughout the body thus bringing health and harmony to the whole system. 

The first thing I do every morning is drinking a glass of warm water with lemon. The benefits of this are well known but this flush the digestive system and rehydrate...

May 29, 2017

In 2014, I was living in New Zealand, looking for a for a job there, and there was a particular place I wanted to work at (for convenience mainly). I did a training and trial to work there and after half an hour of trial, I was told that they had made their decision and t wasn't me who they would take, I thought that there was something wrong with me, (in the same way I had this thought every time a relationship didn't work ou...

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