Hey ladies and gentlemen,
A few months ago, the team down at GOA made a fab little video about the yoga and wellness programs that we run. I, of course, am the yoga teacher. That’s me on your right, with the braid. So, click the link, watch the video and dream of quiet mornings in front of the sea, doing hatha yoga, breathing in the salty air, luxuriating in the silence and the sound of the waves.
Even yogis get sick. Yep, you read it here: the end of the year is upon us and with it, the cold and dark months of the northern winter. Now, admittedly here in Altea, the winters are not as rough as those of my native Canada. But, the rhythm of life is just as hectic, if not more given the general disorganisation of the Iberian culture. So, I have just spent a week on the sofa, sick as sick thing. I thought I would share with you a pranayama technique called Bhastrika or bellows breathing. It is a useful technique for clearing excess cold and damp from the body by nourishing the fire element. So, watch the video and give it a try. Any questions or doubts, leave a comment and I will get back to you.