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Hello. My name is Cheryl and I am a control freak. Well, at least I used to be. I love making lists; my life was under my complete control. Every vacation I take is perfectly planned with my amazingly detailed spreadsheets with several tabs detailing
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“By recognising that fear is part of the experience of moving forward, fear can slide into the back seat and you take that journey that you have been wishing to!” This sentence is the ending to an article that I have just read online. How
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The end of one journey begets the beginning of another odyssey; learning to teach vis a vis teaching to learn. Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response unlike our reactions, li
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… still it’s nice to finally do it and enjoy it! Reaching this Asana goal is for many students a long journey, a long trip for their body, a long way for their mind. I am one of these students and by writing about this pose I try to embrace this
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If I could incorporate one pose into every yoga sequence, it would be the Ardha Kapotasana or Half Pigeon pose. What I love about the pose is that it energises the body while also deeply stretching and opening almost all of my tight spots at once, na
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It’s hard to say when a journey starts or ends, it’s a never-ending process. Sometimes you pick up pace, and sometimes you slack off with excuses. I’d divide my journey thus far into four stages which have been shaped by various cir
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My journey to Yoga started in a rather uneventful way: I was a wide-eyed 21 year old fresh out of university and about to embark on the path of corporate slavedom in Melbourne. As with most impressionable 20-somethings, I jumped onto the Yoga bandwa
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The Journey Yoga was never in my favour. Why? Because i always thought it’s boring. ‘Hot Yoga’ was my 1st yoga class i attended, somewhere in early 2015. Then i started practicing Hatha Yoga with Tirisula Yoga in early November, 2 o
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It all started simply with searching for a stretching lesson, or maybe already a bit more. Turning 29 and daily sitting long hours in an office, my body started whispering to me… a pain here, tension there. Seemingly, my weekly Pilates session
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Personally, I can’t get enough of the lovely back bend Ustrasana, or Camel pose. It helps me open up my chest in preparation for Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow pose), and I like to go into Camel pose it in between rounds of Hanumanasana to str
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Santhosha the second of the niyama in the 8 limbs of ashtanga. Most commonly known as contentment or satisfaction. It is being contented with what we have and where we are at instead of wishing for things thewe don’t have. It is about keeping a pos
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The Corpse Pose Savasana or simply known as the corpse pose. For most yoga students it is their favorite easiest and most awaited asana as it indicates that the practice is about to end and it is consider it as the simplest asana because we just have
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In short, I like yoga.  My body seems to have found its balance and also gave me peace of mind. One of the many reasons that yoga has appealed to me, compared to other forms of exercise, is that yoga makes you compete with yourself and not others. N
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When we think yoga, the first words that come to our minds are ‘calm’, ‘relaxation’ and ‘peace’. Yes, yoga indeed does lead to the attainment of those words but beyond that yoga does even more.   Yoga is beneficial to every aspect of
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  When I heard about yoga about 15 to 20 years ago, the image that came to my mind was a group of people seated in cross-legged positions and meditating. When one mentions yoga these days, I picture ladies clad in colourful yoga pants doing the phys

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