YepYoga’s guide to Sri Lanka

I’m now in Hikkadawu, Sri Lanka. The island is more surf orientated than yoga orientated. There are some beautiful places thought to practice. As always I made a list of the yoga on the island! Still under construction Hikkaduwa Cafe Bodhi – twice a day (9:30 and 16:15) yoga with …

Acroyoga warm up

Today I made a little sequence to warm up before doing acro yoga. It starts with a bit of stretching and basic yoga poses, then the heartbeat goes up with some classic and ashtanga sun salutations and at the end we prepare the core to fly or base!

International Yoga Day 2018

Next week, 21st of June it’s the international Yoga day. Everywhere on the world, people will do the same sequence consisting of a warming up, asana’s and pranayama. In Rome it will be held at 18:30 at Campidoglio. They will do the following sequence You can download here the sheet …

I believe I can fly

During my holiday in Chiang Mai and Koh Phangan this year I started practicing acroyoga. Don’t ask me whether it’s yoga (spoiler: it’s not) but nevertheless you learn a lot about your self. Last year I was too afraid to do it, even in front bird (see photo above) I …

YepYoga’s guide to Pokhara

After a bumpy bus tour I arrived at Pokhara. What a difference with Kathmandu and what a beautiful lake! Yoga Not a lot of yoga studios 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. …

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 …

Sun Salutation Y

At the beginning of the session I like to do sun salutations to warm up. If I haven’t done twelve I’m really less flexible. Usually I do the hatha sun salutation like I learnt at my teacher training, but I also like the explosiveness of the ashtanga vinyasa variation. So …