Monthly Archives: December 2012

Spring Schedule

Classes for spring have now been scheduled and it’s looking good :-). Lots of fun stuff ahead for both beginners and more advanced practitioners. Hope to see you often on the mat! Mondays: 16.15-17.30  Power Yoga at Tekla, Tapiola, Espoo* 18.15-19.15   … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings

This Smiling Tiger now takes a few days off blogging to spend quality time with the family. I hope you all get to do the same. From all of us to all of you: A Very Merry Christmas! 

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Puppy notes, part 1

Pheeuw, puppysitting sure is hard work. Had to steal a few moments from my duties while our “baby” Nessie sleeps under the kitchen table, because judging by yesterday, soon enough we’ll be up-and-running again. It’s been quite a while since we’ve … Continue reading

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The patter of tiny paws

After a few weeks of anguish, we finally decide to take the plunge and get another dog. Even though our family probably is way too busy, too disorganized, too loud, too sociable and too restless. So, what should we do … Continue reading

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Day of sorrow

As all our thoughts and hearts reach out to the families in Connecticut, I would like to share with you the words of a true yogi and a very wise woman, Beryl Bender Birch. She posted this through her Facebook … Continue reading

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Pilates (and everything else) on the go

Spent the beginning of this week in Sweden studying the wonderful art of pilates with my teacher Monika Ruokokoski. Three truly inspirational days, which I’ll tell you more about later. I’m so excited about all the new things I’ve learned that … Continue reading

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What we could have done without:

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