Kombucha - from backyard brewing to international trendy beverage, find out why the WanderingYogi swears by it as a replacement for that mimosa... Just opened a bottle of my Tarmonic kombucha. Unfortunately, I may have overestimated time for fermentation, and the kitchen is covered in sticky fermented tea, with the slight smell of apple and … Continue reading Kombucha Kulture
Oh no, a yogi who knows their numbers. I had to start analysing trends in our yoga - we are two years old (I have wanted to do it before now, but have resisted the desire, one way of me practicing aparigraha, the letting go of my past work life). The questions we get around … Continue reading LET THE NUMBERS SPEAK – OUR ANZA WANDERINGYOGI STATS
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WanderingYogi guides retreats, one day workshops on element of yoga practice, and courses on meditation practice. TAPAS FOR EVERYDAY - MEDITATION SANGHA starting wednesday january 17 - wednesday february 14 This is part of the WanderingYogi meditation series. This sangha is for all meditators, beginners and experienced. For more information on what to expect, read … Continue reading UPCOMING EVENTS 2018
Ahimsa - 'Non-harmfulness (harmlessness). To not wish harm to any living creature — not even to any lifeless object.' The Hindu mystic Patanjali wrote a scripture called the Yoga Sutras, where he outlines yamas (restraints, or what one should not do) and niyamas (observances, or what one should do). Ahimsa is the first of the yamas, often considered … Continue reading Ahimsa – be brave with your thoughts
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The yoga we practice as ANZA Wanderingyogis
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Learning to breathe mindfully is just one of the many benefits of yoga. We inhale and exhale about 20,000 times a day...