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My Story

 It’s 29th of March, 2015. I’m sitting on a plane to Singapore, bored as can be and I have an epiphany… I shall start a blog! I don’t want to call it a blog as I’m not your typical blogger.  I’m as spontaneous as a thunder and as weird as a Siberian summer.  IContinue reading “My Story”

Light at the end of tunnel?

I have been an entrepreneur in the field of yoga for the past nine years. A small business owner, who like other small business owners is currently struggling with stacks of unpaid bills and government restrictions. The business has experienced both ups and downs through these years. There has been times when yoga has beenContinue reading “Light at the end of tunnel?”

All about Asanas – Viparita Karani

http://www.instagram.com/dia_yoga I wanted to start this little feed, cause I constantly keep telling my students about my favorite asanas, but I never feel that I have enough time to really share why they are my favs, what are the benefits and what are the proper alignments for home practice. I wanted to start this seriesContinue reading “All about Asanas – Viparita Karani”

Talking taboos or suffering in silence?

I got married two days ago and I’m over the moon, feeling ridiculously happy and complete. There was a moment though at the beginning of the ceremony that got me thinking. The priest started the speech with words: “The purpose of marriage for the individual is to start a family and create a happy home.Continue reading “Talking taboos or suffering in silence?”

The different faces of Motherhood

  If you are familiar with my story, you know that I have gone through utterly tragic battles to become a mother. From years and years of IVF’s to climbing the mountains to find the holy man with magic potion. You name it, I’ve done it… In my first marriage there was so much focusContinue reading “The different faces of Motherhood”

Create your own calm…

The crisis in the world teach us a lot about staying calm and patient instead of panicking. That’s what crisis do, they stop us so we have to breathe and observe what really matters. But sometimes only the idea of slowing down feels overwhelming. All the chronic rushing and achieving keeps us on the constantContinue reading “Create your own calm…”

Smile, my favorite medicine!

If you ask pretty much anyone who knows me to describe what I’m like, you’d possibly get an answer like “happy person” or a “contagiously goofy smiler”. This is something that I’ve heard about myself since I was little, and I couldn’t ask for a lovelier description. I might not be the prettiest duckling inContinue reading “Smile, my favorite medicine!”

The Power of Shinrin-Yoku

Yesterday I was sitting and chatting with my sister and a friend about the power of nature. About the harmony and balance that nature can offer us when everyday life gets too overwhelming and stormy. One of my favourite hobbies in nature is Shinrin-yoku or “forest bathing”. You might have heard me speaking about thisContinue reading “The Power of Shinrin-Yoku”