“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

Half Marathon Challenge -Yoga for Runners (or Running for Yogis!)

I’ve recently signed up for my second ever half marathon! Do I like running? Well not really… I find it exhausting and quite painful to be honest. However, once I get into the routine, I kind of enjoy it (the warm weather and longer days really helps here!) Aside from my personal preferences, I do … More Half Marathon Challenge -Yoga for Runners (or Running for Yogis!)

Be Brave – What would you do if you were not afraid?

Fear is something very instinctive and inner in most human beings. It is normal to be afraid of the unknown, of changes or threats, of new things… Especially when you lack the confidence in yourself to overcome whatever is the test you are facing. In yoga, being brave is something that became important to me … More Be Brave – What would you do if you were not afraid?

“Yoga is so broad that we are eternal students, both in the spiritual and the physical side” Julia Arteaga

I came across Julia Arteaga on Instgram a few months ago. Her IG page, Yoguineando, was so funny and truthful that it was easy to get hooked! Natural from Spain and currently living in London, Julia’s yoga journey started a few years ago. Her practice has given her a life purpose, as well as a promising … More “Yoga is so broad that we are eternal students, both in the spiritual and the physical side” Julia Arteaga