Yoga Teacher, Shala Owner,
Slow Fashion Advocate
Letting Go of Transcendence – Settling into Embodiment
Atha Yoga Anusasanam – Now the teachings of yoga begin
Like all of us, I’m currently wearing a few different hats in life. Of yoga teacher, shala owner, slow fashion entrepreneur, wife, and mum to four cats, while continuing to study and practise yoga.
YOGA & SAFARI TRIP
MAY 19 – 24, 2020
- Tuesday May 19- Depart Dubai (9am flight) and arrive in Lusaka. Stay the night
- Wednesday May 20 – chartered flight to the camp
- Thursday May 21 – Yoga/Safari
- Friday May 22 – Yoga/Safari
- Saturday May 23 – Yoga/Safari
- Sunday May 25 – Depart for Lusaka, evening flight back to Dubai
Who’s ready for an African yoga-safari adventure?
Join me for six nights (five nights in the bush) at the award-winning Sausage Tree Camp, on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River in Zambia.
We fly to the capital Lusaka and spend one night in the gorgeous boutique hotel, Latitude. The following morning we take a chartered flight into the Lower Zambezi National Park and our home for the next five days, Sausage Tree. This luxury safari camp, awarded Best Location in Africa at the 2016 Good Safari Guide Awards in 2016, blends luxury and comfort with the opportunity to experience one of the last remaining wilderness areas of pristine African bush, up close.
ONI EARTH KIND-FABRICS
Oni was born out of our love for India and a desire to support the slow-fashion movement. Our range of bed quilts are made piece-by-piece, slowly, kindly and with respect for the earth.
I had attended the occasional yoga class during my early twenties but nothing really grabbed me until I made a major lifestyle change and found Ashtanga yoga when I was living in Hong Kong.
To take part in a yatra is an important part of the yoga tradition. It is to go on a pilgrimage to a place of spiritual significance. For practitioners of Ashtanga yoga, travelling to Mysore India,
When we embark on the journey of learning the Ashtanga yoga sequence of asanas, invariably along the way we come into contact with asanas that we don’t really like.
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