How did yoga find you? Yoga found me at a time in my life when I was searching for a new tribe of people. People who were prepared to do crazy things with their body and mind, but still have compassion and remain grounded. Although I loved the physical practice, I know that […]
We met up with Jennifer Stephens, owner of Shambhavi wellness in Kalk bay and she blessed us with her beautifully scented Chakra teas. Where did your love of tea begin? During my Yoga Therapy and Ayurvedic training we were taught how to make Chai, authentic Chai brewed with whole milk, tea and spices. The most […]
It’s a short flick. Something of a “trailer” made up from the Teacher Training Courses of 2014. It gives a bit of a sense of how we work and the beautiful unfolding of content in the Teacher Training Course. Big thanks to Sara Ojembarrena for putting together this piece.
Dear fellow Yogis, What inspires you? What will you inspiration for 2015 be? We’re looking for the best image, accompanied by one word that will inspire you for the coming year. Load it to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Tag it #yogainspire2015, #yogacapetown and add @yogaforsportsza. Here is a picture of something that is inspiring – […]
The most effective method to advance a teachers practice and skill level is through short and intense training “retreats”. In between the intensive courses there is then time and space to integrate new knowledge and put it into practice. Four modules of 75 hrs each are on offer. Collectively they will make up over 300hrs. […]
The Anatomy Program is 8years old now. It has been steadily evolving. Each year adding or removing a little here and there. It’s got to the point now where I feel it is covering all the most important basics for yoga teachers and practitioners without overloading them. And in particular the safety aspects are thoroughly […]