November 19, 2017

t’s a fact. Human beings like habits. We do things, repeatedly. Every day. Over and over again. Because we’re used to it. It makes us feel good; it gives us a sense of comfort and control. We have hundreds of habits that help us through the day and that bring a kind of structure into our lives. A lot of these habits we’re not even aware of. On an automatic pilot we keep on repeating certain compulsive behaviour, often being rewarded by an instant gratification. When we take a closer look, we often see that these habits are not serving us really nor contributing to our wellbeing and happiness. Although it may give us a sense of pleasure on the short term, the long-term effects can be self-destructive one way or another. It becomes really tricky...

September 27, 2017

How yoga can be a beneficial anti-depressant

The shadow of depression

Depression seems to be the new epidemic in our society nowadays. Globally, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from one of the most common mental disorders worldwide. The World Health Organization estimates that depression will be the second highest medical cause of disability by the year 2030 after HIV/AIDS. Depression is a complex serious mental health condition and is more than just being sad. It has a great negative impact on both physical and mental health. People who are suffering from depression are in a state of low mood and unhappiness, lack interest and motivation and don’t see any hope for the future.  If not effectively treated, depression may become a c...

May 8, 2017

The popularity of yoga is rising worldwide. Nowadays the mental and physical health benefits of yoga are being more and more researched and the evidence for its positive contribution to wellbeing is growing. It’s being practiced all around the world and is starting to be incorporated in many different settings as a supportive tool in healing or therapy.

April 6, 2017

Supta Baddha Konasana. Open your heart and breathe through the vulnerability of the pose. Before we can let go what no longer serves us, we have to be able to embrace it to the fullest and accept it in all its aspects. We often have the tendency to push everything away we don't want to be in our lives. To avoid. To numb. To not feel. By doing this, we're still holding on.  We can't let go of something which we haven't held.  Freedom comes if we open ourselves for that what wants to be released. Observe. Hold it in your hands. Embrace it. Look at it from a place of compassion and acceptance. And from here simply just be with whatever there is. Knowing that it's ok. We don't need an instant fix. We don't need to solv...

February 16, 2017

One more exhale. A serene sigh. Slowly sinking deeper into myself beyond the physical boundaries of my body. I'm falling. Heavy as a massive rock. In the same time being lifted up, as a light feather. Blown into the empty space. Drifting away on calm waves of nothingness into still water. Sea of surrender. Peace. Sounds quiet down. Mind doesn't say a word. Softening silence within. Body becomes fluid. I merge with everything there is, yet being carried in the firm hands of the ground. I'm there. Here and now. In oneness with the infinity of this present moment.

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