Yogi Travel Guide

Yoga Travel Guide: London

Practicing Yoga Ashtanga Yoga London I was very lucky to get to spend one month practicing here with the very welcoming community at Ashtanga Yoga London. This shala is run by certified teacher Hamish Hendry and his wife Anna. Not surprisingly the shala is full and busy from 5.30am – 10am (which was the time …

Yoga Travel Guide: Seaweed and Shells in Sligo

I love Sligo and ever since my days visiting or spending time there with my many surf-loving friends I have really loved it. The stunning landscape and the relaxed outdoorsy feel to the place that usually comes with seaside locations. There are beaches to walk or sea to swim in if you are brave enough, there …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Yoga Travel Guide: Glasgow, Scotland

This year turned out to be the year for me to discover Glasgow – which is a pretty cool city. Here are some of my favourite spots – with many, many more left to discover and more and more awesome places popping up all the time.

Yoga Travel Guide: Barcelona, Spain

Yoga Ashtanga Yoga BCN As an Ashtanga yoga practitioner I tend to seek out the Ashtanga community when I am looking to practice with others. This is a really nice space with authorized teachers and I had a lovely practice there, with very gentle and intuitive adjustments. I would definitely recommend it as a welcoming …

Yoga Travel Guide: A day in Edinburgh

  I love Edinburgh city, the architecture, that old worldly feel to the place, the atmosphere on the streets, the people and all of the great spots to hang out. You can take a wander through the beautiful streets, pop into some of the excellent vintage shops, have your almond milk cappuccino and then take …

Yoga Travel Guide: Galway, Ireland

  My home city and a wonderful place for all things yoga- Yoga classes, workshops, good healthy food spots and just a great place to walk around and enjoy the unique and special atmosphere that Galway has like no other. Yoga Yogafootsteps (me!) in Trikonasana. Yogafootsteps I first began practicing yoga in 2011 and have …

Yoga Travel Guide: Wexford, Ireland

I got to spend one year living in Wexford, Ireland last year. It really is an undiscovered beauty of Ireland – full of stunning beaches, forest walks, rivers for swimming in during the summer and most of all SUNSHINE. It really is the sunny south-east, most of the time! One of the great things about Wexford …

Yoga Travel Guide: Anjuna, Goa, India.

I spent 3 months living in Anjuna which is an area in Goa, South India. I was practicing ashtanga yoga with one of my teachers who lives there. During this time I met some wonderful people and great places. After three months there and searching for the best places to eat, drink, hang out I …