My love for astrology, numerology , and yoga made me search to find my future prediction. “How New Year 2018 will be for me, my family and my yoga students?” Every year, I keep wondering. I need to know more before I set my 2018 Yoga Intention Circle, in the first week of January 2018. … Continue reading 2018 Yin & Yang YEAR: “Are you ready to brace for change?”
BLESSING JAR 2017 gets on my holiday activity list for my yoga class as a part of the detachment from the year 2017. I love meaningful activities in which all can participate and use their time of reflection in expressing GRATITUDE for what life brought them in the year 2017. Even though you still remember … Continue reading YOGA: Blessings Jar 2017 Full of Gratitude.
When Covid hit our lives in March 2020, I was in a full speed of my yoga therapy study; fully immersed with my classes and yoga teaching. Suddenly, it felt like somebody pulled the rug from under my feet and I was falling. I was caught in the moment of life (like many others), not knowing how … Continue reading How Covid taught me to live in the present time.
Yama and Niyama in a nutshell, enjoy reading.
One of the most beautiful aspects of yoga is that it is non-discriminating; it can be practiced anytime, anywhere, by anyone. And this practice can mean a lot of things. The first thought that comes to mind for most when they hear the term yoga is the asanas (postures), but this is only one aspect of yoga; one limb on a tree full of possibility. Actually, living a yogic lifestyle means you are seeking peace with the world and with self. These two ideas are known as yama and niyama. The way I would describe this to myself during my teacher training was: observe thyself and seek restraint with the world. Easier said than done, but this is supposed to be a journey so take it easy on yourself.
For this article I want to focus on Patanjali’s five yamas, what they represent and how we can begin to incorporate them into…
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Meditation helps to connect with Nature inside of you.
HELLO MY FRIENDS - TO BE! My name is Veronika, certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), and recently, I was asked about difference and similarities between Yoga and Yoga Therapy. "Nobody knows but everyone wonders." My yoga therapy clients commented “I didn’t know what to expect because yoga already feels so good,” so I hope that this … Continue reading Yoga vs. Yoga Therapy, who knows difference?
On June 21st. – International Yoga Day, Cancer solar eclipse - a day after Summer Solstice, I completed all requirements to become a Yoga Therapist at Ajna Yoga, with a fresh career path in front of me. "How could I achieve this in such a chaotic time when all was falling apart, destroying many dreams … Continue reading How I Became A Yoga Therapist In The Time of Covid-19.