Learning The Art of Surrender

Today I’d like to talk to you about a very special topic close to my heart. It’s an important topic in making progress in your Yoga practice. Do you truly know what it means to “let go?” As I’m writing this I’m looking out the window and I’m amazed at how nature sometimes acts as […]

2 Ways To Improve Self-Awareness

Have you ever heard the phrase “where the attention goes, energy flows“? This is crucial if we want to apply Saucha (Purity), in our minds.And this is exactly the topic we are going to discuss together today… How to cleanse our minds and cultivate more purity in our spirit by following the first Niyama, Saucha. […]

Cleanse your breath and energy with these 2 techniques

In this post, you’re going to discover how to integrate Saucha (purification) into your breath through 2 powerful breathing exercises. (If you missed my previous posts related to Saucha, you can get caught up by clicking here.) Saucha, which means “purity”, can be easily applied to your body: through a cleansing routine and specific asanas, which […]

Your 30-minute “Saucha” yoga sequence

Have you had a chance to think about Saucha — and apply it to your life this past week? If you’re not sure what I’m referring to… you can catch up by clicking here. Saucha, the first Niyama, is all about how we should take care of ourselves.This means keeping things clean and uncluttered. This concept is valid […]

Saucha: Cleanse your body, mind, and spirit

Exploring Ahimsa — the first Yama — has truly been a deep inner journey that has brought back emotions and memories for me.Rediscovering the power and intensity of the Philosophy of Yoga is always amazing.I’m grateful for this connection I’ve made with you. Is the time to keep going with the journey towards Niyamas. First […]

Ahimsa in your Meditation and Affirmations!

If you’ve followed along recently, you’ve learned how to apply Ahimsa (or non-violence) into your daily life, your asana practice, and your pranayama breathing exercises. But what about meditation? Ahimsa can be applied here as well.Sometimes during meditation, one particularly annoying thought may arise and completely distract the mind.Other times it might be extra hard to stay […]

Pranayama: How to cultivate Ahimsa with your breath

Today I’ll discuss how to integrate Ahimsa into your pranayama practice (breathing exercises). As you know, a complete yoga routine includes the practices of asana, pranayama, and meditation. Ahimsa, which literally means “non-violence”, is intuitive to apply to our asana practice. For example, you must avoid forcing the body into a position and hurting yourself. But how […]

Your 15-minute “Ahimsa” yoga sequence

Have you had a chance to think about Ahimsa — and apply it to your life this past week? If not, no worries these things take time and persistence. I recommend giving it some thought this week. Making a change in our habits — especially deep habits like how we perceive ourselves and others, how we […]

Ahimsa: The paradox of the western yogic world

Today, we’re going to start the incredible journey towards Yamas and Niyamas. This will help integrate the principles of Yoga into not only our practice but also in our daily lives! Now the best part… the introduction of the Yama Of The Month! This month we’ll start exploring one of Yoga’s most famous principles… Ahimsa. This is […]

A new upcoming project… are you ready?

Hi! How’s your self practicing going? But, most of all… How do you feel in your daily life? I still remember the words of one of my Masters, who once said… “Judge your practice not by the way you practice, but by the way you LIVE.” These words blew my mind. As you know we don’t […]