We are in Cambodia, the country with quite possibly the most public holidays of any nation in the world, 28 of them, for a long weekend in March 2018, on a yoga escapade with 5 other yogis and their partners. This is the hottest time of year in Cambodia with temperatures reaching as high as 40 … Continue reading Holiday in Cambodia
Borneo, an island in Southeast Asia’s Malay Archipelago, is unequally shared by the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, Indonesian Kalimantan and the tiny nation of Brunei. It’s known for beaches and ancient, diverse rainforest, home to half of all the world’s plant and animal species, including the most famous of them all, the … Continue reading From the Rainforest to the Sea
The reasons why men don't seem to 'like' yoga, what they really mean, and what can we do to help...
Truth has become an increasingly scarce commodity. What is your truth and how do you say it in the world?
In the 1960’s, in India, yoga had become an art form only the middle class and wealthy could afford. Everyone else was busy trying to feed their families. A Brahmin pastime, sort of like flying your Gulfstream today. B.K.S. Iyengar said ‘the west saved yoga’, because around the same time, young people flocked to India … Continue reading Is business taking shine out of yoga?
“Today, I achieve the impossible. I am whole, healthy and vibrant and capable of amazing things. I bring all my power and care to my practice. As I experience the impossible, I honour my heart and soul which have enabled this. I honour my body, and know that for me, making the amazing possible will … Continue reading Hero and Friend – the Warrior Poses achieve the impossible
As Singapore celebrates 50 years, a relative newcomer discovers that giving to the community is sometimes the best way to find purpose and meaning in another country.