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Free yoga podcasts: YEDtalks

Scottish yoginis Lindsey and Emma offer a series of FREE podcasts (=audio recordings, downloadable from the internet) about all things yoga, called “YED Talks” (YED = Yoga every day), which cover issues as […]

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April – “Soil, Soul, Society”: urban ecology with Satish Kumar

Dear yoginis and yogis,
as I wrote in this other article, the Indian philosopher and ecologist Satish Kumar is one of the living teachers I most admire and who most inspire me. He recently […]

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March – the yoga of food

Dear yoginis and yogis,

Your yoga practice can influence what you eat, and what you eat can influence your yoga practice. Did you know that? Many aspiring yogis have reported to me that as their practice […]

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February – How is your mindset?

Dear yoginis and yogis,
thanks to a recommendation from my friend Simone, I discovered the bestseller “Mindset – changing the way you think to fulfil your potential” by Dr. Carol S. Dweck. What an […]

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January – The power of “yogic sleep”

Dear yoginis and yogis,

Happy New Year! January is a time for new year’s resolutions, and I am happy to see that many London yoga studios offer “New Year’s workshops” which include a yoga nidra practice, meant […]

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December – “Your body, your yoga”

Dear yoginis and yogis,

Two fascinating books I recently discovered reflect a “new trend” in yoga teaching: having studied the human anatomy closely, some teachers are now moving away from “sacred” alignment cues such as “keep […]

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November – an experiment in healing

Dear yoginis and yogis,

I recently read about a fascinating scientific study conducted by Harvard psychologists in 1979. It demonstrates the power of mind over matter, a question dear to yogis.
For this study, two groups of […]

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October – Yoga for beginners – aren’t we all?

Dear yoginis and yogis,

Recently I discovered that the French wellness blogger “Yoga and Tea”  tried my online beginners’ classes on yogaconnect and explained what she liked about them.

I felt honoured to read […]

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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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