Welcome to Evelyn's Yoga Blog!
Here you will find a collection of essays on various topics, which are all linked to yoga.
I welcome your feedback, comments or thoughts on these, so please feel free to use the 'speak your mind' option :-).
If you have ideas for future blog topics, I would love to hear from you!
Namaste and enjoy!
Move, Meditate, Contemplate – Meditation in Action
Moving and Meditation together are more effective to combat stress andpromote mental health and well-being.
What is Yoga Stamina?
Let’s face it: Our modern lifestyle and resulting body movement and posture is a far cry from the life and regime of the traditional yoga practitioners. When you factor age and a history of injuries and illnesses into the equation the discrepancy widens. I found this out the hard way when my left shoulder collapsed […]
Change your Thoughts
Change your Thoughts
I was never one to practice fast but I loved the constant flow of my practice – from one posture to the next one breath at a time, being absorbed in the moment and feeling unrestricted and – most of the time – at ease. This all changed when my shoulder (or my whole body?) […]
It always amazes me how the universe can work in strange, mysterious and wonderful ways. And the deeper we delve into our yoga practice, the more we become aware of the synchronicities (or synchro-destinies) in our environment – through little signs like seemingly random conversation, articles, books or dreams. I always had a fascination of […]
Uniquely Yogita: Evelyn’s Malas
Each of Yogita Yoga Malas is hand-made by Evelyn and the associated gem stones have individual qualities and energies – each Mala is uniquely different! As beautiful complement to your Yoga and Meditation practice, Malas encourage you to pause, breathe and realign with your intentions. They motivate you to trust and believe and not lose […]
Last Friday, July 31st, we celebrated Guru Purnima: An occasion to give thanks to our gurus, teachers and spiritual guides. The first time ‘teachers’ enter our lives is probably in primary and secondary school and then possibly during tertiary education or when we enter a trade – some of those teachers we like, some of […]