I’m so grateful to share today’s second podcast episode and the wisdom of my teacher Heidi Michelle with all of you. It’s all about living in integrity with your values, being mindful, how yoga saved her during her depression, living yoga and teaching peace in the crazy world we live in! This podcast is made
About 10 days ago, I traveled to Rishikesh, India for a one-month yoga teacher-training program. Why Rishikesh? Rishikesh possesses multiple identities. It is a holy city to Hindus, marked by the Ganges River (often referred to as “Mother Ganga”) flowing through it. The city is also called Tapo Bhumi, translated as “place for meditation of
I’m (Aleks Glitzeric) happy to announce our yogatraveljobs.com podcast – from today on we’re sharing every Thursday a real honest talk with an inspiring yogi or teacher – all around the world! This podcast is made for you to learn something new, feel inspired and also connect with yoga communities further than just your hometown.
The practice of yoga has been so powerful and influential in the lives of people all over the world that the desire to learn and know more about it has led to increased interest in pursuing it as a career. The spike in new yoga teachers is growing immensely and there is much curiosity about
Today, the topic of discussion is about how to create a perfect space that invites you back for more, time and time again. That perfect area that makes you feel at peace. A little she-cave if you will. The idea is to create this little refuge in our homes or outdoor space that will make
My aunt has a lot of cats. In order to keep peace between the cats, she has squares of carpets that help establish each one’s “territory”. Basically, cats have an instinct to hide in boxes to stay hidden from danger or potential prey. This instinct is so strong that (read more about why cats do