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A meditative moment before yoga practice

Why Do I Practice Yoga? Why Do I Teach?

Yoga came into my life for the first time in 1999, when I joined a class at a friend’s house. A few months later, I began attending the classes being offered at my gym, and although now I don’t consider gyms to be the best place to learn yoga (as I will explain more below), […]

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View from Bodhi Shambala Yoga Center

Brahmamuhurta Madness!

The alarm goes off.  My first thought is “oh nooo, I can’t believe it’s time to get up again!” My second thought is “should I snooze it?” It’s dark, the bed feels so deeply comfortable and warm; I can feel the law of attraction holding me to the sheets. I think, “why should I get up?” The […]

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Pilar doing yoga

Can You Have Your Cake And Eat It Too?

Weird title for a yoga blog, right?  If you know me you will understand why I need to write this, and if you don’t, stick with me for a little longer I will elaborate so you can see how this links to the practice of yoga. Here it goes: “My name is Pilar, and I […]

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Choosing The Right Type of Yoga for Yourself

As yoga keeps growing there is an abundance of styles and teachers all over the world that you can choose from. As you walk thru the path of yoga you may realize that the variety not only relies on the style but also the instructors. Some Yoga Styles It is said that in the beginning […]

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Costa Rica yoga center

Yoga at Espiritu Salvaje Center in Uvita

So, let me start by saying that when it comes to practicing yoga, I believe any space can work out as long as your heart is in there and you feel you can be present. But definitely, some places have a special aura that can make your experience more special and spiritual, a place that […]

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yoga and sustainable living

Yoga & Sustainable Living

Patanjali, known as the father of yoga, proposed a “code of conduct” to name it some way, for those in the pursuit of spiritual growth. This system is known as the Eight Limbs of Ashtanga Yoga, and the first two limbs are called: the Yamas and Niyamas. Basically, they are guidelines that outline a way […]

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