Category Archives: Sports

Slouching away?

A few times I’ve posted quotes from Yamuna. She’s a woman with a mission and that mission is to teach us more about our bodies, how they function and how profoundly those functions (and any imbalances in them) affect our … Continue reading

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Spinal truths:

“The spine connects us to all our parts and is a major mover of our energy. Yogis say that a healthy and flexible spine is the key to longevity. We have to pick our parts that we focus on for … Continue reading

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What’s yoga?

One of the common misconceptions about yoga (at least here in Finland) is that it is only a relaxing experience. Now this is partly true, since the ultimate aim of any kind of yoga is to relax the body and through that … 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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A day for yoga and food

January 6th I hosted another yoga and food course together with Nina Westerback from Tosiruoka. It was our third venture together and this time we had a full house of 15 participants joining in. The day started off with a dynamic … Continue reading

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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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T-shirts and truths?

When it comes to yoga clothes, I tend to prefer tight tops and loose trousers. Tight tops because of headstand and other inversions; with loose tops the whole class can get an eyeful of something you’d rather keep to yourself ;-). … Continue reading

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