Na pierwszy ogień Ashtanga Yoga Morjim. Miejsce, które mnie zachwyciło, nie tyle może miejsce, co nauczycielka, która je stworzyła - Sharmila Desai. Nie znajdziecie wielu informacji w social mediach na jej temat, w sieci też niewiele zdjęć - jeśli już, to zobaczycie ją w bardzo skromnym stroju. Zobaczycie coś, co odbiega od typowego zdjęcia joginki … Czytaj dalej Z cyklu – Moje jogowe odkrycia – Ashtanga Yoga Morjim
Goa - so many stories about Goa one can find on the internet. Hippies, trance and techno parties, drugs.... Is it all true? Been to one party, haven't seen real hippies, don't do drugs so... I don't know. I stayed in Morjim - small village actually, really quiet, not many parties, mostly families with children. … Czytaj dalej Goa, India – perfect holiday destination?
Beatles AshramRishikesh is said to be the yoga capital of the world. You will find many ashrams and yoga schools there. The Beatles came to Rishikesh in 1968 to learn transcendental meditation. They were invited by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to his ashram, which now is called The Beatles Ashram. You can see couple of pictures from … Czytaj dalej Rishikesh, India – the Holy City
This is my second trip to India. After visiting Rishikesh, Morjim (Goa) and Mumbai I am now in Mysore. What brought me here? Again yoga. If you are an ashtangi at some point you may want to go to Mysore to study in the famous KPJAYI. It is the ashtanga yoga institute founded by Shri … Czytaj dalej Mysore, India – yogis’ asylum
My first time in India. Trip planned. I was supposed to spend a month in Rishikesh and a month in Morjim, Goa. Yoga, yoga, yoga. No travelling, no sightseeing. But I ended up in Mumbai. Want to know how did that happen? 😉 So I decided to stay longer in Rishikesh and also in Goa … Czytaj dalej Love big cities? Let’s meet one of the biggest cities in the world – Mumbai!
I visited Thailand over 2 years ago. I was there 3 weeks and it is for sure not enough to see all the beautiful places Thailand has to offer. This post is about three of them in central and northern part of the country. Let's start with the first place 😉 Sukhotai Historical Park Well … Czytaj dalej Thailand – Sukhotai, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai with the most beautiful temple I’ve ever seen
Paris is absolutely stunning - yes, It's crowded, yes, there is lots of tourists but! It's also beautiful, full of amazing architecture, great restaurants, museums and many many more. Couple of days in Paris is pretty enough to have fun and come again to see more. 😉 THE SIGHTSEEING Well The Eiffel Tower is a … Czytaj dalej Paris – architecture, food, fashion …. I want to go there one more time!