Many habits and tendencies make us move away from who we truly are. We are seeking our selves, but we don't understand it is always present. Yoga teaches us that just being yourself is very simple. If you're seeking the answer to the question 'Who am I', read on 😉
“Try to respect the reasons your lifetrap developed in the first place. In your childhood, it was essential for your emotional survival. But what was once a help to you is now hurting you, and it is time to give it up. It is time for you to begin the slow journey out of self-denial… Continue reading Yoga and Schema Therapy: Similar Ideas from Different Angles
Yoga Nidra has a broad range of benefits that can help you to heal. It is a great antidote to excessive stress and suffering. It is the art of non-doing, a practice that allows you to simply be who you are.
Yoga and psychology are two fields that I am super passionate about. I love to integrate modern science with ancient philosophy, and insights from clinical practice with an experiential therapeutic approach. Do you share the passion and curiosity about yoga and psychology with me? And would you like to share your knowledge and experience in integrating both worlds? I will organize a brainstorm session each 3rd Sunday of the month through the Network Yoga Therapy Community: Yoga Therapy for Psychologists. You are most welcome to join and share your ideas.
A healthy posture improves overall physical wellbeing and also promotes healthy ageing. You can read more on the benefits of yoga for your posture, as well as a practice that may help you to improve your body posture, in this blog.
Yoga offers us a profound philosophy that goes beyond our individual purposes. This philosophy inspires us to connect with the world around us, and to live according to values (the yamas) contributing to the bigger picture. One of those values is ahimsa, most often translated as 'non-violence'. The practice of ahimsa may promote altruism, thereby helping us to build a more compassionate and caring world. Read on to learn how!
When working from home these days, finding some balance in your lifestyle is very important to stay healthy. We know that yoga offers many tools to balance your body and mind. However, on a busy day, it may be hard to take time for your yoga practice. How do you manage to do some yoga when you need it most? Here's some ideas on integrating the yoga lifestyle into your workday.
Yoga has been prescribed by doctors in India for ages. Only recently, our modern Western society has discovered the benefits of yoga as well. Yoga can be especially helpful to develop resilience to stress. In this blog, you will learn why this is so important for health and wellbeing in general.
Each year, we are organizing yoga trekkings in the Himalayas. Join us for the ultimate combination of trekking and daily yoga classes in Nepal. You will find this nowhere else in the world! Discover Nepalese culture while you are surrounded by the most impressive peaks of the Himalayas. Go back to basics, connect with nature and learn to listen to your heart when you dive into this adventure. We will take you on a different trekking every time, but it’s always an experience of a lifetime!
I've been teaching yoga therapy workshops for a few years now. A recurrent question that people ask me is: what's the difference between yoga and yoga therapy? In this blog, you'll find three core ideas on yoga therapy. In its essence, yoga therapy is a long-term process of self-development. It is about becoming aware of your own patterns and changing them over time, taking care of your own health and wellbeing.