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Yoga Outdoors: Removing The Conditions From Your Practice

Posted by on Apr 21, 2016 in Global Yoga, Yoga Philosophy

Yoga Outdoors: Removing The Conditions From Your Practice

By: Katie Lee Why is removing conditions from your yoga practice and your life so important? On my most recent adventure in Colombia where I had practice a lot of yoga outdoors I met a fellow traveller from North America. After talking for a little bit the subject moved to yoga. He expressed his love of yoga and how much he benefited from his practice…at home. He explained that in no way could he practice yoga outdoors in nature, only at his studio in his home city. He...

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Simplicity and Finding Happiness Through Yoga: David’s Ostional Story

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Ashtanga Yoga, Global Yoga, Yoga and Healing, Yoga Asanas, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Teacher Training

Simplicity and Finding Happiness Through Yoga: David’s Ostional Story

Like many a great love affair, David Autio’s relationship with yoga begins with meeting a girl. This, however, is not a boy-meets-girl story. The day after he graduated from college, David boarded a plane to Guatemala, with intentions to seek adventure as he made his way down to Panama. Somewhere in Nicaragua, however, he met a girl. “She was the happiest girl I’d ever met in my entire life,” he says. She was the hostel’s yoga instructor, and David “somehow got...

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Cosmic Chakras Part 2: Insights From The Planets

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 in Ashtanga Yoga, Global Yoga, Yoga Teacher Training

Cosmic Chakras Part 2: Insights From The Planets

A framework to understand our energetic body In our last post, we discussed the sensitivity cultivated through continuous Ashtanga practice. Overtime, yoga practice increases our awareness, helping us become more and more attuned to both external and internal stimuli. As this evolves, it’s useful to have frameworks within which to study our experiences. Not only do these frameworks give us a guide for making use of the new information self-awareness provides, but they also...

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Yoga Teacher Training in Big Corn Island: Top 5 Reasons

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training in Big Corn Island: Top 5 Reasons

When you make your way, all the way, to an ashtanga yoga teacher training in Nicaragua you want it to be extraordinary. We had been looking for a great place to host our trainings apart from Ostional for a long time. We had tried several places when Ildi, the owner of the center on the island, contacted us and asked if we were interested in doing a yoga teacher training in Big Corn Island.  It just felt right from the first moment and after that it just kept getting...

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Yoga Teacher Training in Big Corn Island

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training in Big Corn Island

There is an imaginary  cube inside the planet with the eight corners or vertices emerging on eight points on the surface of the planet. One of the corners is in Big Corn Island, Nicaragua,  located in the Caribbean. Big Corn Island is also the new destination for It’s Yoga Nicaragua’s 200 hour yoga teacher training. The locations where the eight corners springs up from the subsoil and meet the surface are referred to as The soul of the world and it is...

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Yoga in Nicaragua to connect with yourself and nature!

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Ashtanga Yoga, Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga in Nicaragua to connect with yourself and nature!

We are Chris and Denise, founders of globeseekers.com, traveling long-term and starting this blog to learn & create impressions and infos about the countries we come across, but more than about informing it is about inspiring. Inspiration to live your dreams, to travel the world and learn about places, experiences & people in different ways. Yoga Teacher Training with It’s Yoga Nicaragua After surfing perfect point breaks in El Salvador for weeks, swell season...

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