Posts tagged yoga lover
I Should Go Do Yoga....For Digestion

Ahhh it's that time of year again...when we just can't say no to another roast potato and keep delving into the choccies even though you're already full. It's the season of indulgence which also means it's the season when most of feel a little uncomfortable in the gut region.

Never fear! In true You Go | Do Yoga style I have put together some top yoga postures you can practice while watching Love Actually for the nine-millionth time to help move things along in the digestion department. Now can someone pass the mine pies please?

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Feeling Free at the Yoga Barn, Ubud, Bali

When I left to go travelling in India and do my yoga teacher training one particular friend looked at me with a grimace and said, “oh you’re not going to come back a yoga dickhead are you?”. I assured her I wouldn’t, but that statement did come to my mind when I agreed to join my new friend Wei Ting at an ‘ecstatic dance’ session at the Yoga Barn. I was certainly sceptical, but have got into the habit on this trip of saying ‘yes’ to things I wouldn’t normally say yes to, and so we went.

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5 Reasons You Should Do Intensive Yoga Teacher Training in India

So, you’ve decided you want to become a yoga teacher, or maybe just deepen your own personal practice? There are thousands of yoga teacher training courses out there and it can be a daunting task trying to decide not only which school is right for you, but where, and what type of course you want to do.Here are 5 reasons why I would recommend doing an intensive yoga teacher training course in India over a longer course back home in the UK.

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What it’s like to do Yoga Teacher Training in India

As I’m writing I’m half way through my third and final week of an intensive 200 hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh, India. In just a week’s time I will be qualified to teach yoga around the world! It’s been an emotional 2 and a half weeks so far; I’ve felt sad, happy, deliriously tired, sensitive for no reason, ecstatic, frustrated, confused and overwhelmed, all in equal measure! My body is tired, my mind is brimming with new knowledge and I know there’s still do much to learn; not just in the next week or so, but for the rest of my life, now I have opened this door. I thought I’d share a couple of diary extracts from the last two weeks to give you a flavour of what it’s like here

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