Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 7, 8 and some of the Yamas & Niyamas.

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 7, 8 and some of the Yamas & Niyamas. “Seeking out people and experiences we would normally avoid provides a fertile place to learn new things about ourselves and about life.”  –  Deborah Adele, The Yamas & Niyamas: Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Practice Sunday 23 October No luck this first day of the Ashtanga week. Stefano has got a >> Read More …

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 6.

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 6. In many styles of yoga, full and new moon are seen as the perfect time to practice yoga. The planets are impeccably aligned, there is a peak of energy or it is the ideal moment to self-reflect and set new intentions. New beginnings, lunar energy, you name it. Personally, I love to teach a slow flow with >> Read More …

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 5 with Timelapse Video.

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 5 with Timelapse Video. “The two hardest tests on the spiritual road are the patience to wait for the right moment and the courage not to be disappointed with what we encounter.” – Paulo Coelho. And since we are all so full of patience nowadays, I give you a 54-second timelapse of my 17 minute practice on Tuesday, >> Read More …

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 4.

Diary of a Lazy Ashtangi – Week 4. In 1989, the New York Times describes how the protected Bengal Tigers in the Ganges Delta regularly used to kill people. Someone came up with the idea of wearing a human mask on the back of the head. It was explained that many species use a similar technique to fool predators. Butterflies, beetles and caterpillars have patterns >> Read More …