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One of the biggest (and perhaps most dangerous) misconceptions about doing a Yoga Teacher Training is that you’re “done” after a 200 or 500-hour course, and that you’ve learned all you need to (or might want to) know about Yoga. That simply isn’t true: you never stop learning, and even after hundreds of additional hours […]
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Every time I am back in Sri Lanka I am reminded of why I love it so, and why deep connection exists with the beautiful island and its people. I am constantly writing about Sri Lanka because my hope is that fellow travelers are offered a glimpse into the soul of the country, and can […]
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First of all, let me start by saying that I don’t believe in the idea that you need to buy more stuff in order to travel better or be a better “Yogi”. So while I love a good pair of Yoga leggings or a Manduka non-slip mat, how many Yoga pants do you really need in […]
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Singapore is a small island in Southeast Asia that has quickly established a reputation for rapid urbanization and being a melting pot of cultures. Over the past few years, I’ve traveled to Singapore tons of times for work, but never got a chance to visit some of the city’s must-see attractions. To be honest, I […]
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As more and more people travel to Thailand for its beaches, food, temples and culture, unfortunately as does the number of people who are unaware of the cruelty involved with riding elephants in Thailand or visiting elephant shows where they are forced to stand on their front legs and trunks, paint and “play” soccer. However, […]
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I have been wanting to check out the Evolution Asia Yoga Conference for a few years, but I was never able to make it work with my schedule. To be completely honest, it had gotten to the point where it was ridiculous – I mean, it even took place in Hong Kong, my own backyard! I […]
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Are you struggling to keep up with your Yoga practice while traveling? It can be difficult to maintain your Yoga rhythm when you’re abroad and faced with new & exciting adventures, meeting tons of people, grappling with terrible jet lag and indulging in tons of delicious food & drink…sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in […]
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Mysore is located in southern India and is one of the main epicentres of Yoga in the world. It is one of the top Yoga destinations and draws thousands of Yoga lovers to practice, breathe and live Yoga for weeks (even months) at a time. Not only can you get your fill of Yoga, you […]
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Sri Lanka’s luxury and boutique hotel scene is on the up-and-up, with major brands like Shangri-La opening up to cater to the burgeoning tourist arrivals to this little island in the Indian Ocean. Shangri-La’s Hambantota Resort & Spa opened last June and is the newest luxury venture to open its doors in southern Sri Lanka, and […]
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Wondering what to do in Chiang Mai? Read on! Located in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai has become increasingly popular among tourists traveling to the Land of Smiles. It was even voted as the top city in Asia 3 years in a row by Travel + Leisure readers! As a religious epicentre, it has more than […]
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