Monday, September 26, 2011

                       Argentine Tango Workshop With Ogie Mendoza

Beginners Class
Time:- 1 till 3 p.m
Date:- 27th, 28th, 29th October
Contents:- Academic Basics, Postura (Posture), Abraso (Open/Close Embrace), Entrada and Salida, Ochos (Forward & Back)

Intermediate Advance Class
Time:- 3 till 5p.m
Date:- 27th, 28th, 29th October
Contents:- Axis, Boleo (Front and Back), Sacadas, Barrida

Price Lists:
Beginners Workshops $390 BND  (Inclusive of Milonga Nights 28th & 29th October)
Int/ Advance Workshops $520 BND (Inclusive of Milonga Nights 28th & 29th October)

Per Workshop for Beginners $130
Per Workshop for Int/Adv $173

Venue: Yogi Bliss Health & Spa Studio
Contact: Elaine C at 8846848

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Desiree Rumbaugh in S.E.A 2012

                Event Schedules for Desiree Rumbaugh in South East Asia

Thailand & Cambodia (Tour-December 28th till January 9th)
Hong Kong Pure Yoga (Workshop-Feb 10th till 12th)
Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Workshop-Feb 14th till 19th)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Workshop-Feb 24th till 26th)
Manilla, Phillipines (Workshop March 2nd till 4th)

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Yoga Workshops 7th & 8th October 2011


Nicole is a certified yoga instructor & a student of Anusara Yoga. Since discovering yoga in 2005, her practice has transformed greatly with Anusara ~ a school of Hatha Yoga grounded on the uplifting Tantric philosophy of intrinsic goodness and the sophisticated Universal Principles of Alignment. Her classes are progressive and heart-oriented, inviting students to discover their true goodness. She has trained under the Sivananda Yoga Ashram in Kerala, India and is a student of one of the most senior Certified Anusara teachers Desiree Rumbaugh who she wishes to acknowledge with immense appreciation.

She is co-founder of True Yoga in Boracay Island, Philippines where she resides & teaches

7th October 2011
Workshop 1 – The Heart of a Warrior (9.30am till 12pm)
Workshop 2 –  The Key to Hip Opening(3.30pm till 6pm)
8th October 2011
Workshop 3 – How To Backbend With Strength & Grace (9.30am till 12pm)
Workshop 4 – Soar Into Grace.  (3.30pm till 6pm)
Workshop Fees:-      $95 per workshop 
                                    $360 for 4 workshops
Early Bird Discount:-$80 per workshop
                                     $310 for 4 workshops     
The early bird discount applies on or before the 22nd September.
**Open for all levels (Beginners, Intermediate & Advanced Students)**
    For more information, please contact Jac at 8930886

Friday, September 2, 2011

Wrist Free-Energy Yoga Flow

Power Yoga-Backbending With Grace

Daily Om by Madisyn Taylor

A Question of Balance
One-Sided Relationships

Relationships can become out of balance and one-sided if we don’t occasionally check in with each other.

One of the most beautiful qualities of an intimate relationship is the give and take of energy that occurs between two people. In the best-case scenario, both people share the talking and listening, and the giving and receiving of support, equally. Occasionally, within any relationship, the balance shifts and one person needs to listen more, or give more. Generally, over a long period of time, even this exception will take on a balanced rhythm; we all go through times when we take more and times when we give more.

However, there are also relationships in which the balance has always felt one-sided. You may have a friend whom you like, but you have begun to notice that the conversation is always about their life and their problems and never about yours. You may also have a friend who seems to require an inordinate amount of support from you but who is unable or unwilling to give much in return. Over time, these relationships can be draining and unsatisfying. One option is simply to end the relationship, or let it fade out naturally. Another option is to communicate to your friend that you would like to create a more equal balance in which your concerns also get some airtime. They may be taken aback at first, but if they are able to hear you, your friendship will become that much more sincere. They may even thank you for revealing a pattern that is probably sabotaging more than one relationship in their life.

A third option is to simply accept the relationship as it is. There are many one-sided relationships that actually work. One example of this is a mentor relationship in which you are learning from someone. Another example is a relationship in which you are helping someone who is sick, disabled, or otherwise needy. In these instances, you can simply be grateful that you are able to help and be helped, trusting that the balance of give and take will even out in the big picture of your life.