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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 3

13 June 2020 | By Eleonora Ramsby Herrera

Each of us have our own way of coping with the stressors that we are faced with. This last part of a mini blog series on self-care strategies is about action. On how to move from reflection towards action. Take my suggestions and develop your own self-care toolkit! Remember that you are not alone nor helpless in this.

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Self-care strategies for yoga teachers in light of Covid-19 – part 2

10 June 2020 | By Eleonora Ramsby Herrera

Research shows that caregivers are at risk of experiencing caregiving burdens – therefore is important for the yoga teacher to reflect on what they consider their professional role to be. Doing so could help to confirm what their current job description is and to act accordingly. What is the duty of care within your role?

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Going outside, being lost, and staying found

07 June 2020 | By Yogobe

Our surroundings may affect how we feel, think and live. How can nature change your yoga and meditation practice?  Follow yoga teacher Frida Boström and go outside to meditate, find a favorite place, sharpen your senses and just breathe.

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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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To live with cancer – little + often = a lot

05 April 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

The life challenges that cancer brings sometimes seriously impairs your energy levels and ability to move around. With new circumstances you have to find new ways to increase wellbeing even though your physical ability has decreased. Is it possible to do yoga if it is not physically possible?

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What is my path cultivating?

11 March 2020 | By Luke Bache

I want you to be aware of what it is you really want to cultivate through your practice. Are you on the right path? Be curious and ask questions! For example if it is ok to ask yourself if the teacher in front of you is a person who inspires you both on and off the mat. Does their philosophy match with their everyday actions? When we take our first step on a spiritual path it is important to ask these questions to know what the path is really cultivating. 

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To live next to cancer – don't forget yourself

08 March 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Spouses and partners to cancer patients have a higher risk of illness. The stress and the increased demands in caring for a loved one may be too overwhelming. This is why self-care is so important. You need to care of yourself, for yourself.

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Låt kroppen röra sig – med Anja Bergh

04 March 2020 | By Yogobe

Anja Bergh är yogaläraren, inom Embodied Flow™, som alltid sprider ljuvlig energi och utmanar oss att röra oss friare, på sätt som vi tidigare inte gjort. Vi ställde tre frågor till Anja runt yoga, rörelse och nervsystemet – läs hennes tankar runt hur effektivt det är att arbeta med nervsystemet samt hennes tips till nya yogalärare.

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To live with cancer – Increase intensity to decrease fatigue

16 February 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Cancer related fatigue is one of the most common side effects cancer patients suffer from. An overwhelming exhaustion that affects all aspects of life. But new research shows that there's one action that has proven very effective to alleviate and reduce fatigue. Learn more here! 

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Status update - Server attack

11 February 2020 | By Peter Munteanu

This blog post is your update to what is going on at Yogobe HQ since our servers were attacked in the morning of February 1. If you are a member or visitor and want to know more, this is the place to find information.

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Being authentic – with Satu Tuomela

11 February 2020 | By Yogobe

Authentic Flow is built on intuition, embodiment and exploration. We asked Satu Tuomela – founder of Authentic Flow, senior yoga teacher and member of Team Yogobe – three questions on the topic authenticity.  And this is truly a yoga style channeling her entire life philosophy. Get inspired to explore authenticity in movement!

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To live with cancer – take part in your own wellbeing

26 January 2020 | By Sara Ivarsson

Yoga can be a great tool to improve physical and psychological symptoms as well as emotional health – learn more here! 

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