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September – it’s all about PRANA

Dear yoginis and yogis,
How’s your prana today? Whether you are just back from holidays, exhausted from the summer rush (I’m thinking of friends in Spain), recovering from an operation, or, like me, have recently spent […]

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Amandine Roche – Amanuddin Foundation

Amandine Roche is a Human rights lawyer, writer, photographer and UN Peace Keeper. I found out about her through an article in the French magazine Happinez and find her really awe-inspiring. She’s a […]

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August – lucky students, lucky teacher

Dear yoginis and yogis,
this July, I had many opportunities to reflect on the importance of teachers. One reason was that I was lucky to attend Uma Dinsmore-Tuli‘s day-long training on yoga for women in […]

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July – let there be light!

Dear yoginis and yogis,
June was marked by two yogic events for me : a weekend in Devon with the wise Satish Kumar and a weekend in the German Alps at the Bhakti Yoga Summer Festival. […]

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June – 5 years younger in 3 days

In three days, it is possible to rejuvenate enough to feel five years younger – I have recently experienced it again myself, and seen it on the faces of ten other people, at a yoga […]

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The improbable making of a yogini – my ashram experience

This article (describing how rocky my early yoga days were) was first published on the website  www.bookyogaretreats.com, a great ressource to find the retreat that’s right for you, when you need it most.

My ashram […]

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May – The multi-facetted world of “spirituality”

Dear yoginis and yogis,

My trip to Australia and Singapore was truly fascinating, and I feel very lucky to have had a chance to visit such amazing places as Sydney, Melbourne and the Blue Mountains. The natural […]

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David R. Loy, “Money, Sex, War, Karma”

This is a book I read with great joy, as it explains with simple and powerful words what I believe to be an exciting prospect for the future, and the mission call for socially and […]

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Spring equinox – the power of sound

Dear yoginis and yogis,

This spring equinox (or autumn equinox if you are where I am headed), I was lucky to be surrounded by sounds: Tibetan bowls, a guitar, a Celtic drum and groups of yoga […]

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March – how to be a balanced traveller

Dear yoginis and yogis,

March is a big-time travel month for Yoga in Action: I am writing to you from the French Pyrenees, I will be between London and Paris next week, and I am off […]

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