Being mindful takes work. It takes maintenance and hard work and a lot of intention. If you already commit to the practice of yoga and want to try out a more serious venue, or if you’re brand new to the practice and are ready to test out the waters in a group setting, here are a few options. From come and go festival to all-day retreat, options for a great ...Read More →
Mindfulness does not conflict with any beliefs or tradition, religious, cultural or scientific. It is simply a practical way to notice thoughts, physical sensations, sights, sounds, smells. Anything we might not normally notice. The actual skills are very simple, but because it is so different to how our minds normally behave, it takes a lot of practice.
Animals and young children are very good at being mindful, in the present moment. ...Read More →
I want to share my experience of my TT with Evolation as is a tranning that changed my life and the collective keeps inspiring me.
I was living in Spain at that moment, I am a truly believer that “Everything happens for a reason”; some time before the training I sent to the universe my intention to do a Hot yoga TT but never set a date as most of them ...Read More →
Yogi style is both functional and stylishly representative of an empowered, carefree way of life. Form-fitting yoga pants provide flexible comfort and versatility for free-flowing movement. A fitted tank top moves with you from pose to pose. Long locks pulled back into a high bun or braid prevents hair from falling into your face. Yogis rely on these essentials for an energizing, mindful and revitalizing practice. But if you prefer ...Read More →
The word “silence” doesn’t really say much. In Sanskrit there are many words for silence. “Maun” and “nishabd” are two significant words. “Maun” means silence, meaning you don’t speak; it is an attempt to create nishabd. “Nishabd” means “that which is not sound” – beyond the body and mind. Beyond sound does not mean absence of sound, but transcending sound.
In silence we can hear and clearly see our inner dialogue ...Read More →
While many, many years ago yoga was mainly viewed as a practice for hippies and naturalists, in recent years it has gained popularity throughout the United States, South America and Europe as a way to heal the body, gain strength, feel more confident and so much more. As the perception of yoga has changed over the past few decades, certain cities across the country have particularly embraced yoga culture, and ...Read More →
Florence Le Boulanger
Trained in Bali, December 2014
how many classes are you teaching now?
At the moment I teach a 60min class that I set up in an architecture practice.
Some of my past experience: I did several covers in London bridge HotYogaSociety and gave classes in HotYoga Montpellier, in my home town in France.
what have you been doing since we (evolation) last spoke?
Since I took the training, my ...Read More →
Yoga may not be the first type of workout that comes to mind when contemplating which style of rigorous exercise an athlete might choose. However, yoga provides many benefits to both the mind and body that can be appealing to those in an athletic profession. Many notable athletes have been known to use yoga practices to enhance their athletic abilities. Some of the more famous of these athletes ...Read More →