While it’s true that we can’t cater to all of everybody’s needs all the time in everything we do, we can still increase our inclusivity.
Thoughts, inspiration, and latest learning materials.
Big world: ways of being inclusive when teaching English yoga classes worldwide As teachers we have a duty to maximise the inclusivity of our communication.
We push ourselves to learn and use more complex language as we improve our language skills. So unlearning the desire to complicate our grammar use
Approximately two billion people speak English nowadays, so there are countless variations of the language. From country to country, region to region, and person to
Over the past few months, I’ve been speaking to many newly graduated yoga teachers. It’s curious to see how everyone experiences their training so differently.
When I finished my 200h teacher training, I felt unqualified. I believed I was nowhere near prepared to teach and, in that moment, decided teaching
Why would you want to live according to your dosha constitution? As you now know, in ayurveda we study the individual and live and eat according to
Food is prana. Prana is energy. The energies are rajas, tamas and sattva, which define your well-being. Consuming an ayurvedic diet according to your dosha
An Honest Guide for Your Daily Life: Truthfulness (Satya) and introducing the THINK-method. ‘Tell me the truth’, my mum said. ‘The truth’, I answered. I
Your thoughts and emotions are your biggest obstacles when searching for a purer reality or simply; a happier, healthier, stress-free life. Our thoughts are our
And why you didn’t succeed before. Isn’t it wonderful?! The new year gives you a brand new chance to start over! A new beginning and