events | Tuesday 19th February 2019
Back in November I attended a symposium at Triyoga Camden about yoga and food. This is a topic that I’m particularly interested in given I suffered from eating disorders for about 10 years. Although I’m feeling way better now, I consider myself in a perpetual recovery process - I’ve learned how to live with it and to avoid putting myself in situations that trigger my anxiety. I kind of get my control issues under control.
The board of speakers was composed of Tom Norringto...
Asanas | Sunday 20th January 2019
Downward facing dog is certainly the first inversion which is taught in a yoga class. Per definition, an inversion is any posture where your head is below your heart. Downward facing blog is indeed an inversion. In deep inversions, the hips and legs are also above the head. It’s postures like shirsasana - headstand - or salamba sarvangasana - shoulderstand.
Benefits of the posture
Meditation | Tuesday 1st January 2019
Meditating can be fascinating for those who don’t practice; one might think that nothing is happening at first glance. However practitioners can’t stop praising how impactful and beneficial it is. Before I started doing yoga I was having a hard time getting the ins and outs of meditation. Standing still with your eyes closed for minutes… they say relaxation but all I see is boredom, and boredom gets on my nerves. What are we supposed to think about whilst meditating?
Active and dyn...