On page 104 paragraph 7 in “Bringing Yoga To Live’ by Donna Farhi, she writes ‘…when we drink a cup of tea it is noe the same as the beginning as at the end. The aroma is strongest when the tea is first poured. We can appreciate that moment. The first sip is the hottest.Continue reading “Learning about Change”
One of my role models in yoga, Judith Lasater, talks about greed. She states that greed can come in two ways. One is a tendency grasp material possessions and physical comfort; the other is grasping for success. Any acquisitiveness of more than we need including big houses, cars, clothes, belongings even advanced yoga poses. ThisContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Greed on the Mat”
I am trained from a traditional yoga teacher training provided by Himalaya Yoga Valley based in Goa, India and Cork, Ireland. We follow Ashtanga style of asana practice and a glimpse of Iyengar. Therefore, we use props and variations during the classes to make it accessible for everyone. During the course I learned not onlyContinue reading “Drsti Yoga”
When you practise yoga asanas with me, I will encourage you to use props. Using props is one of the many acts of self-compassion. This does not mean that you are being unkind to your body if you don’t use a prop. For most of us, our body is undergoing changes al the time. ByContinue reading “How to make yoga bolster”
Hi there! Thank you for dropping by. I’m Darika and am a yoga teacher (among other things). I offer online and in-person classes. My approach to yoga asana is Ahimsa or tenderness towards selfe and others ( as much as possible).
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