Rosa Sanchez aka @irya_devi has been doing yoga for 7 years and started her 600 hours yoga teacher training after been practising for 3 years. As many other great yogis, I discovered her thanks to Instagram. Her honesty and the posts on her blog Mama Irya. La mama yoguini taught me a lot about yoga … More “You can learn yoga on your own, but not from zero” – Interview to Irya Devi
Some things happen unexpectedly. The move to our new flat last May brought a few other indirect changes into my life that somehow are making me feel a lot more relaxed on a daily basis. So as much as yoga helped to find inner peace, it is good to know that it is not the … More 5 unexpected changes that helped me to live more relaxed
Fear is something very instinctive and inner in most human beings. It is normal to be afraid of the unknown, of changes or threats, of new things… Especially when you lack the confidence in yourself to overcome whatever is the test you are facing. In yoga, being brave is something that became important to me … More Be Brave – What would you do if you were not afraid?
I’ve recently finished another interesting book by Olivier James. This one is about how many of us these days, and our society, are affected by what he calls the Affluenza virus, which he defines as “a set of (life) values which increase our vulnerability to emotional distress. It entails placing high value on acquiring money … More Affluenza – How to be successful and stay sane by Oliver James
Book reviews is something I wanted to be part of this blog. I actually have a list of books I want to talk about here, but when I am in front of the blank page, I want to summarise them so well, without forgetting any of the details, that the whole thing ends up becoming complex and too time-consuming. The … More They F*** You Up by Oliver James
It took me a while to actually start this blog. It’d always be in my mind, but I didn’t want to start something I was not ready to commit to. I have enough “obligations” in life to just add another one – “why would I put that pressure on myself?” I thought. There is also … More Writing about what we enjoy, or struggle
I’ve done many different types of exercise over the last few years. Especially from 25, when I started working in an office, sitting down for 8 hours a day, and with a body metabolism that was not as fast as it used to be in my early twenties. Perks of getting old! Swimming, body pump, … More Finding yoga, finding my one and only