Yoga Travel Guide: Barcelona – 3 Cool Farmer’s & Craft Markets

One of the (many) great things about Barcelona are the markets – on any given day, especially during the spring and summer months, you are likely to come across some sort of street or indoor market. I think I came across at least twenty markets randomly when walking around the city during my last month …

Moon Bowl – Monthly Moon day nourishment

So what do you get when you put a pre-menstrual woman in the kitchen with a combination of some of her favourite foods? ……. A Moon bowl off course <3   I will share a moon bowl each month to celebrate and enjoy during this time for rest, nourishment and – off course no practice …

Yoga Travel Guide: Barcelona – 6 places for Organic Veggies

It is really great to see such an availability of organic and local veg/fruit in Barcelona – there is really no shortage and you can be sure that there is a store somewhere nearby to stock up on some local and organic produce- and the variety is huge , because well you know that little …

Yoga Travel Guide: Barcelona – 5 Great Coffee Spots.

Now I am by no means a coffee connoisseur, but I do really really like coffee and have drank quite a lot of it. While I try to not have more than one or two a day, my philosophy is if you are going to have a cup then it should be a good one! There …

When the summer solstice and yoga combine

Today marks the summer solstice and also the international day of yoga- quite an apt pairing of celebrations, in many ways. . The solstice marking the point where the northern hemisphere of the earth is most inclined towards the sun and when it actually comes to a standstill before beginning to reverse its direction. The …

Yoga Travel Guide: Dublin, Ireland

Ashtanga Yoga shala As soon as I walked though the door here I felt at home. John and Suzanne are both so warm, welcoming and just so lovely. I was here for a week to practice with one of my teachers Luke Jordan who was visiting and I loved everything about the place and the …

Uncertainty in the skies

I have been in Barcelona now for just over two weeks, and if you hadn’t heard already it is pretty hot over here. However, upon first arriving to this great city, I had a few days where I was nestled inside away from the rain and general greyness across the Barcelona skies.  I was observing during …

The Many Faces of Yoga – Dan Morgan

Photo supplied by Dan and credit to Jack Paul White. I had the pleasure of meeting the lovely Dan recently at a workshop he ran in Ireland – all things handstand and inversions. Dan is a Cardiff based yoga teacher and teaches workshops internationally. Not only is Dan a really great and knowledgeable teacher, he …

May/June yoga & skills events, Galway

There are some exciting events happening in Galway over the next few weeks and months. Here are some of them that are definitely worth checking out. It is great to have so much activity within the growing yoga community here and I hope we can support all of the teachers when possible so we can …

The Joy and Pain of opening the heart

  For me, part of what yoga is about is the process of undoing the lifetime of finding ways to protect hermes paris enamel bracelet by lucky \/brandon-veronica our heart, avoiding pain that we all inevitably experience and also with that blocking out the joy and love that is essential to a healthy,nourished heart. I …

The Many Faces of Yoga – Hamish Hendry

  Hamish Hendry is a certified ashtanga yoga teacher from England. Hamish teaches primarily in his yoga shala in London – Ashtanga Yoga London. I got to practice with Hamish and have a chat over tea him afterwards to talk about his experience on this yoga path.