Patience is a quality associated with the root chakra, the Muladhara chakra. The root chakra is associated with the element Earth. Earth changes slowly andRead More
Patience is accepting the unknown, indefinitely. When we cultivate patience, we accept things as they are, for as long as they are meant to beRead More
Compassion arises spontaneously when sadhana (practice) clears and calms the cit (mind). By embracing the reality of impermanence, we perceive the true fragility of everything. Read More
Ananda is a word used in both yogic and buddhist lexicons. It means pure bliss or joy. It is often found as a suffix inRead More
Breathe like you mean it.
The breath is the link between the exterior and the interior yogic practices. It is not in vain that pranayama is the fourth of theRead More
The ego is like the appetite: the more you feed it, the more it needs feeding.
Of course, musn’t forget Sol at Prana in Benidorm.
Namasté. I forgot to mention Trine’s yoga classes in Salú Salú, el Albir. She teaches in Norwegian. Om.
Namasté. I updated the about section.