In the natural health world, we eschew medication as much as we can for many reasons. In fact, here are many people who take upwards of five pharmaceuticals per day. Between 1988 and 2010 the median number of prescription medications used among adults aged 65 and older doubled from 2 to 4, and the proportion […]
Tag: yoga albir
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Yoga makes me feel…old. What's up with that?
The lady who asked the question I blogged about last week, “Yoga is meant to calm me, so why do I feel so nervous?” asked another great question yesterday. Gosh, I love students who give honest reflections and ask questions! Thanks, honey bunch. After class I noticed that her face wasn’t 100% bliss. Quite the opposite. […]
The qualities of a yoga practice – Santosha and Ahimsa
I had a great group come along for class yesterday afternoon. We did a practice designed for the legs and the âpana. We all had a good go at some standing balances, with a transition between two postures. And mostly everyone fell out of the poses at least once. Teaching a class is a dynamic, […]
Yoga is meant to calm me…so why do I feel so nervous?
This is a brilliant question that I received this week from a newcomer to class. This particular lady was recommended yoga by her doctor, so comes as a special case. Ideally, it must be said, such a person would have private tuition. But, the mere fact that she has managed to make contact and come […]
Up in the early morning
Up in the early morning on Saturday, I chanced to spy the alignment of the heavenly bodies. Sun, moon and star traced a straight line in the dawn sky, casting their reflections on the calm surface of the sea. As the heavens sang their coloured glory and the birds their joyful chorus, I was given […]
Authenticity in teaching yoga: Why it took me so long to teach.
The first time I ever practised yoga was in January, 1999. That is 19 years ago. How time flies. I knew from the very first class that I wanted to teach yoga, that it was my path. So, why did it take me so long to start teaching? One word: Authenticity. I had for the […]
Teaching yoga from the heart
Every day I wake up thinking about yoga. It has been like this for as long as I can remember. It is my deepest passion, my guiding light, the shining star in my sky. Yoga teachers are bound to one fundamental rule: you can only teach what you know. And knowing yoga is about doing […]
New Year, new you
Good morning dear yogis, or yogis-to-be! Wouldn’t you like to make 2018 the year that you take up yoga? Yoga is so ubiquitous now, it seems almost silly not to at least try? But why should yoga be everywhere, and now? Because it complements any other form of physical education or sport, but can also […]
Class Schedule – Horarios de clases
Hello beautiful people! here is a quick resumé of the classes that I am offering as of January, 2018: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday mornings at 9:30AM Martes, Miércoles, Jueves, Viernes por la mañana a las 9:30AM: GOA Altea, Carretera del Albir, 17, Altea (03590). Tuesday and Friday afternoons at 4:00PM Martes y Viernes por la […]
New post on alteayoga.es
Hey lovelies. I am trying to move over to alteayoga.es. So, any new posts will go there first. Here is a link to something I wrote this morning. Toodle-loo. https://alteayoga.es/2017/11/07/the-mysterious-path-of-the-yogi/