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Volcanoes and Yoga

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 Posted in AFTER Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga in the World, Yoga Teacher Perspectives | No Comments »

If you’re a keen observer of daily events, it would be hard not to rate the recent turmoil affecting air travelers in northern Europe right up there with the major stories of the year. Who would have thought an active ...

Forget the science, save the planet!

Friday, March 26th, 2010 Posted in Yoga in the World, Yoga Teacher Perspectives | No Comments »

Like you, I like to live a life which shows my passion about the environment. Like you, I recycle paper and glass waste at home. I try and buy locally produced food and goods from my neighbourhood greengrocer or weekly ...

Acting out our compassion

Thursday, March 4th, 2010 Posted in Yoga in the World | No Comments »

A yogic practice brings with it many blessings. For me, a welcome feeling of ‘sensory deprivation’ descends upon me as I ‘descend’ upon the mat. It brings my mind to stillness but also centres my heart in preparation for the ...

If only there’d been yoga at Copenhagen!

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009 Posted in Yoga in the World | No Comments »

We’ve just witnessed the greatest assembly of world leaders gathered in the name of the environment in the one city and at the one time. Some 15,000 delegates and 100 world leaders representing 192 countries attended a two week climate ...

Celebrating the season with Yoga

Monday, December 7th, 2009 Posted in Yoga in the World, Yoga Teacher Perspectives | No Comments »

It’s December and there’s high tension in the air. It’s not just the ever bubbling and changing political landscape which has dominated recent time here in Australia. Rather, it’s that feeling of extra demands on our time and yet not ...

Honouring Affirmations

Friday, November 6th, 2009 Posted in Yoga in the World | No Comments »

Barack Obama, America’s first African American president is now a year in office. Such a significant milestone, usually greeted with not only much fanfare both domestically in the US but often by world leaders generally, has been somewhat overshadowed by ...