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SATYA – How To Learn Telling Your Truth Even When It Feels Hard

Have you ever heard of SATYA – the yogic practice of Truthfulness? Imagine yourself coming home after a nice shopping day. You just spent 300$ on some gorgeous boots and you feel a bit guilty, but hey, it’s been a while since you treated yourself and so what, money needs to flow, right? Your partner…

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Cool Curcuma Summer Smoothie

TURMERIC SUMMER SMOOTHIE A few weeks ago I came across a great turmeric summer smoothie recipe, posted by my friend Madhavi on her blog  and I was excited to try it. Are  you looking for a cool new summer shake?  I love this one, so I am happy to share it here with you! Curcuma also…

Coming Home

C O M I N G  H O M E…. I love to travel……I feel lucky that I get to travel for my work and sometimes I am being asked: „…But where is your home? Don’t you feel up-rooted if you are always on the road?“ My honest answer is no……I am excited and inspired…

Longing for Love?

LONGING FOR LOVE? Still one of my favorite quotes……have you found the love you long for? Often we think this love is coming to us if we are lucky, yet I believe we have to make ourselves ready to receive it. Over the last couple of weeks, while leading our retreat at Anamaya and having visits…

Winner of The Yoga Diaries Transformation Story contest

My Journey Back to Myself Posted on December 1, 2014 Name: Leah Johnson Location: Colorado, USA Occupation: Yoga Teacher

Happy Birthday, Montezuma Yoga!

This sunday, November 30th, we will celebrate Montezuma Yoga‘s 13th Birthday. I remember so very well how I arrived here in december 2000 from New York City and fell in love……Montezuma Yoga then was born almost a year later while lying in the hammock listening to the sound of the ocean and having a moment with a glimpse…

Yoga Diaries Contest

“The Yoga Diaries provides a raw, real look at the presence, the philosophy, and the play that is the practice of yoga. This book will reach right into your heart and offer a mirror for the aspects of your experience that delight you, distract you, and describe you.”   – Elena Brower, Author, Art Of Attention