We all know the feeling: the one day everything flows and we’re high on life, but the next day we feel like everything little thing is too much and we feel we’ve burned up all our energy. This is what happened to me last week, when, suddenly, my body started doing strange things. While waiting for the results from my medical tests to come in, all I could do was to stop, and rest. Today, I’d like to you to know that you’re not alone.
Today I want to encourage you to stop and listen. To check in with your body and ask yourself what you need. Is it action? Is it silene? Is it movement? Is it stillness? Take some time today to really feel into your body before you make any decisions. Be, feel, observe, and then decide what to do, where to go.
I love having music on when I practice and teach yoga, and I know many of you practice yoga at home or at a local studio. As I love creating yoga playlists and my students in Oslo have been asking me about the music I play, I thought I’d share two of my latest yoga playlists with you.
For those of you in (or traveling to) Oslo this summer: I’m offering donation yoga in Sofienbergparken! This is an open class, for everyone – both beginners and more experienced yogis. We’ll combine traditional hatha yoga with flow elements, and have a loooot of fun together.
May started with a week long holiday with the husband on the beautiful island of Tenerife, after I finished my yoga teacher training. When I came home, I started teaching yoga in the park, I treated myself with lots of delicious spring food, a quick trip to Amsterdam, good books and fun with friends. This was my month!
As I sit down at the station and open my bottle of green juice, I think about traveling and how much healthy eating (and drinking!) and other travel hacks help with staying fit and feeling good. Today I’ll share with you my favorite healthy and grounding travel practices.
Oh how I love writing posts like this one! Reading, food, yoga and other beautiful stories: I’m just so excited about all these beautiful reads. I hope you enjoy my recommendations for this spring and summer.
I first made these squares in fall, when it was rainy and gloomy outside. I enjoyed them right when they came out of the oven, but only later I realized they’re so good when they’re cold too. That’s why I’m sharing them today with you, so you can bring them on your next picnic!
One of the things on my manifestation list for this year, was practicing yoga with some of the best teachers around the world. I love going to classes and practicing on the floor of my apartment, but there’s something about diving a little deeper in a weekend-long workshop. That’s what I did last weekend, when Tara Judelle was in Oslo to teach her Embodied Flow workshop.
I came home from Tenerife this week after the Yoga Teacher Training and a week of holiday with the husband, so that meant: back to work! It’s been very sunny here in Oslo and I love walking to the office and listening to podcasts. Today I’d like to share some of my favorite podcasts with you all.