Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality

It’s that loving time of the year again 🙂 For anyone who has loved, loves or wants to love… Here is a Valentine’s present! My summary of a great book I read recently, Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel, can be easily replaced by this interview to the author. Esther Perel talks about desire, relationships, marriage, … More Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality

This 2018… Be Kind – To everyone, including yourself

Happy 2018, dear friends and readers 🙂 We start a brand new year from scratch, a moment that tends to make me feel quite emotional – reflect on the last 365 days and think about the coming 365 that lay ahead of us. As a good (ex) perfectionist, I always used to have New Year’s … More This 2018… Be Kind – To everyone, including yourself

Quick Xmas warm-up! Sun Salutation Step by Step

The Sun Salutation (AKA Surya Namaskaara) is one of the very basics when it comes to yoga, practised by both newbies and experienced yogis. However, I only learnt the series properly a few months ago, when I went to my first Mysore yoga class. The Sanskrit word is Surya Namaskaara, so write that down if you … More Quick Xmas warm-up! Sun Salutation Step by Step

BeLikeYoga turns 1! Anniversary reflections

At the beginning of November, this humble internet space celebrated its first year of life. I originally started BeLikeYoga to share my personal reflections about yoga, especially about its way of calming the mind and strengthening the body (and vice versa!). However, other health-related subjects I like (such as psychology, nutrition or books reviews) also … More BeLikeYoga turns 1! Anniversary reflections

A summer of little yoga (and not that much running)

Hello there! This is the anti-fit post, because as much as I like to write about yoga and exercise, the truth is that this summer has not been the fittest for me, despite being very much fun. More social plans, less Instagram challenges and the half marathon approaching fast (it’s actually next week!) left me … More A summer of little yoga (and not that much running)

“You can learn yoga on your own, but not from zero” – Interview to Irya Devi

Rosa Sanchez aka @irya_devi has been doing yoga for 7 years and started her 600 hours yoga teacher training after been practising for 3 years. As many other great yogis, I discovered her thanks to Instagram. Her honesty and the posts on her blog Mama Irya. La mama yoguini taught me a lot about yoga … More “You can learn yoga on your own, but not from zero” – Interview to Irya Devi