Tag Archives: #vegantravel

Yoga Travel: London – 3 Places to Dance at Dawn

1. Secret Sunrise London Right before I came to London for the summer I was looking up ways I could dance outdoors or just dance in general. When I came across Secret Sunrise London, it went straight to the top of my list. As I’ve said before, learning how to dance fully, confidently and without …

Yoga Travel: London – 5 Vegan Festivals + Markets

Seriously, London is just amazing for all things vegan! It really makes travelling as a plant based eater quite easy (especially in comparison to my last travels in Africa!) – and not just easy but delicious, fun and interesting. It is also a chance to meet and learn from some really inspirational people who are …

Yoga Travel Guide: Belfast, Ireland

Vegan eating and drinking 387 Ormeau Road Well this cafe is an absolute treat! Let us start with the food , a 100% vegan cafe , I went for some cake and coffee on my first visit – the raspberry-choc brownie which are all made and delivered by local vegan bakery Crumbs Bakery alongside an …

Yoga Travel Guide: Zanzibar, Africa

Zanzibar was a very much spontaneous, unexpected trip for me and to be honest it felt like no where else I had ever been. I will admit, I naively went without much vegan travel prep. Plant based eating does not seem to be very common in Zanzibar but everything is definitely easily adapted and there …

Yoga Travel: Zanzibar- A Walking Path

Taking the first steps When I first arrived I remember walking my daily path from one hotel to the other where I teach yoga classes. It was my first day, I was unfamiliar with where I was and unfamiliar with Africa in general – the customs, safety etc. I had a vague idea where I …

Yoga Travel: Zanzibar – Finding comfort in asking.

Week two in Zanzibar and what I have been working with this week is – asking. That may seem like a pretty normal, easy thing for most of you but for me, at times, it can be a challenge. I am independent, I can be stubborn, I don’t really like to feel overly reliant on …

Yoga Travel: Zanzibar – Unsettling

  What I love about change, travel, new opportunities and unexplored horizons is the potential for growth.  This is one of the reasons why I love to constantly move around and be in new places, that feeling of being unsettled. It helps me to become more comfortable and familiar in different situations. It pushes me …

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 …