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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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Lindsay Levin of Leaders Quest

yoga-susanne-haegele-invisible-giantsI first heard about her because one of my students is friends with her and gave me her book, Invisible Giants: changing the world one step at […]

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Satish Kumar (author, teacher and political activist)

I discovered this extraordinary man through the interviews in En quête de sens.

He teaches on ecology, holistic education and voluntary simplicity.
A former monk and long-term peace and eco-activist, Kumar has worked for social change […]

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Yogibanker

yoga-susanne-haegele-yogibanker“Bringing the City and alternative lifestyles together”. What I like about this blog is that it counters all the bad reputation earned by the “black sheep” in the […]

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