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Yoga in the Land of 1000 Hills

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 in Global Yoga

Yoga in the Land of 1000 Hills

Allie Huttinger is an American living in East Africa. She is a public health professional passionate about environmental health and sustainable development. Since moving to Africa 3 years ago, Allie has opened a yoga studio, Yego Yoga Rwanda. She trained with It’s Yoga Thailand and It’s Yoga Nica in 2013. Here Allie tells us about starting a yoga studio in Africa and her experience training with It’s Yoga Nica. You can connect with Allie through FB and Yego Yoga...

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My Yoga Puzzle

Posted by on Jan 30, 2014 in Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua

My Yoga Puzzle

by Johanna Eriksson Johanna Eriksson is a former professional mogul skier from Åre, Sweden. Her passion is skiing and of course yoga. She is also the author of a cook book which has enabled her to travel through South America during 2013.  She completed her 200 hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training with It’s Yoga Nica in November 2013 and her goal is to spread the power of yoga among the skiers in Åre. You can contact Johanna on FB. Johanna Eriksson. My personal yoga...

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Feed Your Soul With Yoga And Travels

Posted by on Dec 20, 2013 in Global Yoga

Feed Your Soul With Yoga And Travels

I love yoga.  And I love to travel.  Both feed my soul in a way that is hard to beat.  So I do both as often as possible. I have a daily yoga practice that is just that:  part of my every day.  Sure there are days when I don’t get to a studio, days when I practice for 30 minutes and days my practice is breathing deeply and sending love to the world as I rush to keep appointments and commitments.  But I just about always make time for yoga.  It is a discipline I have...

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Los Niños de San Pedro

Posted by on Oct 29, 2013 in Global Yoga

Los Niños de San Pedro

Hi! I am Samantha, a recent graduate from It’s Yoga Nica! After my yoga teacher training in September 2013, I was inspired to keep exploring myself and the world around me, which led me into an amazing part of Guatemala- San Pedro La Laguna on Lake Atitlan. After just a few weeks here, I fell in love with the scenery, Maya culture, and most importantly the people. Staying with a family,I had a chance to see the “real life” for those living in Guatemala. As...

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Saving Turtles in Los Cardones

Posted by on Sep 15, 2013 in Global Yoga

Saving Turtles in Los Cardones

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Taoist Yoga – Balancing Yin & Yan

Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Global Yoga

Taoist Yoga – Balancing Yin & Yan

“Qi is the basic material of all that exists. It animates life and furnishes functional power of events. Qi is the root of the human body; its quality and movement determine human health. There is a normal or healthy amount of qi in every person, and health manifests in its balance and harmony, its moderation and smoothness of flow.” — Livia Kohn, Health and Long Life: The Chinese Way   I am really excited about teaching my first classes based in the principles of...

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