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January on Yogobe – 15 min a day makes all the difference

01 January 2021 | By Yogobe

Welcome January, welcome 2021! Now, let us turn the page and leave a tough year behind so that we can look forward to a new year, with new opportunities. During the month of January, we wish to inspire you to invest in your health for the long run, by encouraging you to take at least 15 minutes out of your day for your well-being.

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Restorative yoga – an antidote to stress

06 December 2020 | By Mona Anand

I fell in love with restorative yoga – this amazing antidote to stress – 14 years ago when it became my friend in need and helped me through a period of illness. Here I share my experiences from this amazing yoga style, why restorative yoga is so powerful  and how it can be a tool for stress release. 

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How to face anxiety and stress this Christmas

02 December 2020 | By Mona Drar

Christmas tends to be a stressful holiday - and because of the pandemic, Christmas will be different this year. Maybe you can't celebrate Christmas with your family. Maybe your economy is at rock bottom. Maybe you are worried about your loved ones, or about the future? In this blogpost I share some thoughts on how we can meet feelings of stress and anxiety this Christmas.

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Full Complete Breath technique

26 August 2020 | By Ulrica Norberg

As babies we breathed full, complete breaths, then somewhere along the way we lost track of this breath. In the yin yoga practice the full complete breath is a marvelous tool that your attention travels on. Learn how you can find your way back to the full complete breath. 

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To live after cancer – nature therapy

28 June 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Taking time alone in nature can be a great way to restore your capacity. Research shows that in times of great need for mental rest, it's helpful to find an environment that doesn’t place any demands or requires any action. Get away from movement, busyness and social interaction – and just be in nature.

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Meditation as a sacred practice

24 June 2020 | By Yogobe

For yoga and meditation teacher Eleonora Ramsby Herrera, meditation is a sacred practice. It's a process without a means to an end. Meditation is there to remind you that you are perfect as you are. In this interview she shares her thoughts on meditation and how it can support you in life.

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Self-care strategies for yoga teachers in light of Covid-19 – part 1

06 June 2020 | By Eleonora Ramsby Herrera

Many yoga teachers are now experiencing high stress levels and financial pressure – yet are still showing up to teach (virtual) classes in support of other people’s well-being and to maintain some income. In this first part of a blog series about self-care strategies for yoga teachers, I write about recognition. The industry is not perfect, and one yoga teacher cannot change it alone. Recognition is an important step in moving towards constructive solutions.

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Living after cancer – growing after cancer

31 May 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Positive psychological changes can be developed after going through cancer – I talked to Fabian Bolin, a survivor of leukemia and the CEO and co-founder of the app War on Cancer, on the subject. Read more about post traumatic growth and strategies to process what you’ve been through here!

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Live with, after and next to cancer – all of you

03 May 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Cancer affects our physical body, but also our mind and mental wellbeing; our entire existence. Treatment to eliminate cancer cells is of utmost importance, but we need to remember that it takes more to regain balance after cancer knocked us. Discover how the five koshas can help us see we're not just physical beings.

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