On 21st of June, the International Yoga Day, I broadcasted this video, live on Facebook. A short talk on the origin and meaning of yoga. Enjoy it ;)
This blog isn’t a guide to meditation. This is about giving you real, practical and simple tips, based on our own practice, to overcome the biggest challenges in meditation.
What if I told you one bowl will not be enough?
If you ask me what is the one thing I should learn first and eventually master in yogic/ayurvedic cooking, my answer would be... knowing how to mix the spices!
The Sivananda Yoga Class Sequence is the practice of yoga asanas taught by Swami Vishnudevananda. It is well known in the yoga community as a classical yoga practice that goes beyond the physical and mental benefits of yoga.
I am a big fan of this one, it is delicious, sweet, healthy, Ayurvedic and best of, super quick to prepare!
This sequence of 12 postures is a yoga BOOM!
It is the ultimate workout as it balances every part of your physical body, your subtle energy or prana, and mind.
We have recently come across this great yet simple breathing exercise that stimulates your parasympathetic nervous system (the part of the nervous system that allows you to rest and repair). It helps you to let go of mental tension, physical tension and negative emotions!
This is one of the most popular recipes in our Ayurvedic Cooking Workshop. Dahl is an important part of the yogic diet. Not only is it a main source of protein and other important nutrients but because it's super YUMMY!
If you dive a little deeper into yoga philosophy you will find that there are four paths of yoga. Why so many? These four paths are the ways of yoga to suit the many temperaments in our human nature.