The Burnout

It's been a year or may be a couple since I last wrote. The constant ebb and flow of my practice just pronounces the ever permanent nature of change. All I know right now is this: I love yoga. I love the practice. I love the philosophy. I love what it's done to my life. … Continue reading The Burnout

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Ashtanga Yoga Conference 2015

The conference was such an amazing and fruitful experience. Amazing, because I had the privilege of being in the presence of Ashtanga yoga's most senior teachers. One of whom is Nancy Gilgoff, one of Guruji's first students back in the 1970's. The conference was held in Ubud, Bali in collaboration with Ashtanga Yoga Bali Research Center (AYBRC). The other … Continue reading Ashtanga Yoga Conference 2015

Taking Refuge

The last 3 weeks have been personally challenging. My mother is very ill and it's been a one day at a time, hour by hour, breath by breath experience for all. I'm very grateful that the practice has given me so much refuge in facing my own fears and weaknesses. In an article that captured my "need" to … Continue reading Taking Refuge

A Journey in Yoga

Around this time, 9 years ago, I went to my first yoga class. It was a Bikram Yoga class in Manila, where I'm from and where I lived for 34+ years before moving on to other cities. I told myself that day that I'm not buying a mat until I've gone to 2 classes and … Continue reading A Journey in Yoga