YepYoga’s guide to Pokhara

After a bumpy bustour I arrived at Pokhara. What a difference with Kathmandu and what a beautiful lake! Yoga Not a lot of yogastudios with a schedule of different styles. Some hostels/guesthouses organize classes, mostly when they have a teacher as guest/volunteer (see below). Check out the flyers. (Info as …

YepYoga’s guide to Kathmandu

I stayed a week now in Kathmandu, Nepal. Coming from the Netherlands there was some time needed to land. In fact it’s the soft version of India. The people are very kind in general. Here are my favorite tips and addresses Yoga Pranamaya Yoga – the most know yoga school here. A …

YepYoga’s guide to Paris

I have lived more than six years near Paris, so I couldn’t resist making a guide for Paris. In general the schools have been selected whether they have multiple styles and walk in classes. In Paris the walk in classes are pretty expensive, count on €20 but… I practiced my …

Review Serenity guesthouse

I stayed 6 nights at Serenity Eco Guesthouse and yoga in Canggu, Bali, Indonesia. Somebody recommended it to me as yogi’s heaven. In a review somebody wrote “Everybody is into yoga etc., not my thing ” so I knew I had to go there ! I definitely liked the place …

YepYoga’s guide to Canggu

It’s almost over. But first six days in Canggu Yogaschools ! Prices are for a drop-in class in INR, 100k = 100.000 rupiah (ca. $7,50 / € 7,00), most schools have cheaper multiple class passes) Serenity – guesthouse with single and double rooms and dormbeds offering yoga. Huge population of yogi’s. (100k) …

Intuitive flow – Ubud

In Ubud there are around ten yoga studios. Intuitive Flow is the smallest of the big three and has been recommended by one of my friends. Intuitive flow is founded by Linda Madani. Her lineage is yoga pranala (“a combination of asana, pranayama, meditation, mudra pranala (Balinese qi gong) and …