by Jelena Vesić
"Doing daily practice isn't easy or glamorous. It's messy, complicated, and at times, overwhelming. But I stay with it because all of the work and effort teaches me to be patient and loving with myself, even when I'm at my worst."
by Ellen Johannesen
"When the right amount of challenge and relaxation occur there is some sort of intelligence that kicks in." Ellen Johannesen shares her story of the secrets and epiphanies from her 20+ years of committed Ashtanga Yoga practice.
Jelena shares a glimpse into the internal struggles of maintaining a daily Yoga practice, and the source of strength, clarity (and sometimes friction!) she finds in having a teacher.
by David Robson
An interview with David Robson, Level 2 KPJAYI Authorised Ashtanga Yoga Teacher.
by David Robson & Jelena Vesić
TBT: flashback to that most glorious week spent sweating and flowing with the wonderful David Robson and Jelena Vesic - coming back to Zagreb this October!
by Kino MacGregor
We were thrilled to host world-famous Ashtanga Yoga teacher Kino MacGregor in Zagreb last September, and found the time between workshop sessions to catch up with her about the essence of her teaching and practice.
by Tom Richter
Seasoned ashtangi and Supersoul Tom muses on the important roles both our internal and external teacher play in keeping us focused in our Yoga practice.
by Rachelle Hicks
Dublin-based Yoga teacher and Supersoul Rachelle recounts her experience as a complete beginner to the Ashtanga Yoga practice. A powerful reminder that sometimes it takes going back to the basics to really get it: Breath is Boss.
Supersoul and Level 2 Authorized KPJAYI teacher Ellen Johanessen muses on her moments of doubt after years of practice, and rediscovering her faith in Ashtanga Yoga after joining her early teacher John Scott on retreat in Italy.
by Meghan Currie
Meghan Currie, also known as "the queen of arm balances," "Yoga-Fairy," and "all-round handstanding, motorcycle-riding badass goddess" is a mover, transformer and inspirer who is joining us again in Zagreb this July!
An interview with the fascinating Ellen Johannesen, born in Norway and a yoga teacher for more than 17 years.
by Philippa Asher
This yoga retreat was a unique opportunity to practice Ashtanga Yoga in its traditional form with Philippa Asher, one of the few certified Ashtanga teachers and advanced practitioners in the world.
Said to have been first described in an ancient text called Yoga Korunta, Ashtanga yoga is a disciplined practice of the body and mind, whose aim is to discover our True Self and thus live in harmony with the Universe.
Supersoul = ‘Paramatman’ (परमात्मन्) or the Supereme Soul, exists in the hearts of all beings. (Bhagavad Gita)
Yoga teaches us to live fully, selflessly and gracefully. Creating and holding space for this process, igniting possibilities for more conscious living is at the heart of what we do.
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