Today is the International Yoga Day and since you are subscribed to my newsletter I am sure that you already are a super yogin. This is the reason why, in this special celebration, I would like to ask you five questions about your practice and experience. So please, as an outpouring of your generosity keep reading and answer one or all of them. Continue reading “Happy Day of Yoga!”
North America´s Algonquin tribes named the June´s full moon “strawberry moon” because it marked the best time to harvest wild strawberries. In all ancient traditions of the planet, Ayurveda included, the moon has been linked to the cycles of Nature. On the 17th we will be enjoying it in its full splendor and if you want to take advantage of all its benefits, I share with you some lunar ayurtips that you will love. Continue reading “The strawberry moon is here”
There are many nutritional tendencies that talk about the importance of breakfast. Some say that it is the most important meal of the day, others strongly disagree with that. What does Ayurveda suggest about the first meal of your day? Continue reading “Is breakfast necessary?”
We are so trained to believe all that comes through our minds… We never question what we think nor we stop to contemplate how it conditions our vision of the world. Interestingly, yoga is a state of wholeness that spontaneously arises when we stop thinking the wrong way.
Are you crazy busy with a ton of fascinating things that you have to do and love to do? That should never be an obstacle for your spiritual practice. Tantra-yoga promotes a life in which everything can be used as an opportunity to grow internally, it is the essence of conscious living, but How do we put it into practice? Read the following tips: Continue reading “Practice for busy people”
On Saturday 18th we will enjoy a full moon and during this weekend I invite you to cultivate the lunar pulses inside because they will increase the flow of soma, nectar of eternal bliss, in our body-mind-heart and in our lives.