The Bliss List. Here are our favorite yogi friendly, healthy and delish cafes in the hipster yogi, surf haven of Canggu, Bali. Namaste!!!
here’s some clips from my recent appearance on a local Vancouver TV show, urban rush, with Mike + Fiona, two hosts who are incredibly perceptive, fun and make everything entertaining yet interesting…
we made some chai, from scratch. enjoy.
What is life like when we act from a place of no fear? When we tune into our truth and our inner light? I cannot think of a more POTENT day than this one to offer up a guided meditation that I created in collaboration with Halfmoon Yoga called “Embodied Light.” Use it whenever you want more […]
“Welcome to 2012, a time of transformation, change and new consciousness. You roll your eyes as you read this. Welcome to another new year, you think. This is the year when everything is going to be perfect, your new years’ resolutions are going to stick and the next 365 days are going to be better, more creative, and more satisfying for you, your family and everyone you love and care about, way more than the previous year, and yes, we’re going to achieve world peace as well. Before you unleash your innercynic, hang in there for a moment and breathe. “
I just returned back to Vancouver and Ucluelet from a visit to a city I still call Bombay – my birthplace and former home town. Amongst the highlights were; spending time with family + friends, teaching some Blissology + Yoga workshops at Yoga Sutra, researching more spas for an upcoming Asia Spa magazine feature on Bombay spas; and casting my “eagle eye” over the yoga alignment at a Vogue, India photoshoot featuring local yoga instructors, that fortuitously enough, a friend from Vancouver, the super-talented Martin Prihoda, was shooting. One of those small-world stories. Read on for some of Yogue’s Mumbai insider tips.
Feeling inspired after a “Cultivating Prana” a weekend of Vinyasa Yoga and Ayurveda with master teachers Dr. Robert Svoboda, Dr. Claudia Welch and Dr. Scott Blossom.
Proving that seaweed is not only something you swim through in the ocean or bite around your favourite sushi roll, is local Vancouver company Ancient Secrets.
Contrary to popular belief, an oh-too-sweet chai latte at Starbucks is really not the same as a cup of home-brewed “masala” chai, which is what I grew up with in India. You simmer a varying combination of delicious spices that warm up milk into a balancing brew that’s perfect for a cold winter day, something I love especially here in the damp climate of the Pacific Northwest.