Posts from September 2016

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What’s Next? After Your Yoga Teacher Certification

by anjayoga

You got your yoga teacher certification.  Started teaching some classes.  And loving it.  Now, you are asking the question: What’s next? What other courses should I take? We get so excited about our training and subsequently sharing it with our students that we want to add more. And there are so many courses and training […]

Travel Essentials

by anjayoga

Ayurvedic and Yogic Travel Tips “Not all those who wander are lost”  J. R. R. Tolkien I love to travel. Explore new places, and revisit the old. I could write an easy about travelling but instead I want to share some of my favourite ways to stay grounded, balanced and well during travelling, flying, across […]

Get some colour on

by anjayoga

Inside the Changing Room at Active in Style With autumn fast approaching it’s time to introduce some colours, brightness and vibrancy to our yoga practise. It’s rare you see me in black leggings and luckily there is now an abundance of colourful and fun yoga outfits around. Recently I went to Active In Style’s shop […]

Heatwave Survival

by anjayoga
Yoga Morocco

How to stay cool and calm in the summer heatwave Wow, the summer goes on here in London. It feels like we haven’t had one for too long and now we have an Indian summer and it’s hot. So if you are finding it difficult to cope I have some tips for you. The Cooling […]

Hydrating with REN

by anjayoga

REN = Clean When I first came across REN skincare I was intrigued already. REN means clean in Danish and Swedish and I (being Danish myself) presumed that it must be a new Scandi super eco, clean, skin friendly skincare range without excess of chemicals or artificial perfume. Well, REN is in fact 100% British […]

What does Ayurveda say about Green Juice?

by anjayoga

Green Juice in Ayurveda? One of the question we get a lot as ayurvedists is: What is the ayurvedic take on green juices? Well, in Western culture we hear a lot about juicing, juice fasting, raw food and salads. But in an ayurvedic diet raw and cold (in temperature) foods are rarely suggested. In this […]

Yoga in the 1st Trimester

by anjayoga

Yoga in early pregnancy – is it safe? Generally if I have a new enquiry from a women (that I don’t know) who is pregnant I suggest she waits until 14 weeks. And then joins the specifically designed pregnancy yoga classes. There are so many benefits to pregnancy yoga that you may wonder why she […]

Ashwagandha – a balancing herb

by anjayoga

A balancing herb Ashwagandha is one of the most popular ayurvedic herbs both traditionally as well as here in the Western world. For good reasons. This herb is an adaptogen: It helps us increase our resistance to stress and restore balance again. Often Ashwagandha is referred to as the Indian Ginseng for this reason. Herbs […]