Monthly Archives: January 2013

Reading up on yoga

I just realized my list of “must have” books isn’t getting any shorter, thanks to generous tips from fellow yoga students and teachers at last weekend’s course. Will simply have to restrain myself for a few more weeks: my education … Continue reading

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Teaching tricks?

The end of last week was spent studying and while I was away doing that, the rest of the family caught a nasty stomach flu and got pretty knackered. I’ve managed to stay clear of these during the past 3 … Continue reading

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Post-schooling hangover

Pheeuw – 4 intensive days later and my 3rd yoga teacher course module is over and done with. Only 80 more hours to go towards the 200hr certification, so well over half-way now. Feels great! Although it can be tough … Continue reading

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The Magic of Yoga

Two tough days of teacher training done and both last night and today I ended the day with teaching my own classes. Tonight I thought I’d have felt tired and perhaps even fed up with yoga – having been eating, … Continue reading

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Back to school, part 3

It will probably be a bit quiet here for a day or two since I’m spending the end of this week at my 3rd yoga teacher course. After this my studies will be well over half-way done, which makes me … Continue reading

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Savasana doggy style

We’re starting to find our daily routines as (fairly new) dog-owners. If I’ve got a morning class, Nessie stays at home. When I get back, we’ll go out for a brisk walk or run in the woods, after which she … Continue reading

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How to transform a tired yogi?

Didn’t sleep very well last night and with a full day ahead with 4 classes in a tightly scheduled row I was feeling a bit low when I got up. But once I got going with my first class, the … Continue reading

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