Meaningful Monologue Episode 1: The Eight Steps to Freedom

I’ve decided to share this vlog in hopes that people might actually be interested in a bit of yoga philosophy. I hope you find this vlog informative and useful for your own practice on and off the mat. And if you have questions, comment below or DM me to discuss! 😉 https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2447624702136915&id=1605437079689019 Join our yoga …

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Why be afraid of GenSan and not Manhattan?

The people of Philippines’ Region XII have been working hard to promote tourism because it’s honest-to-God filled with beautiful scenery. But when your own government, i.e. Philippine Embassies all over the world, and your own people, e.g., Manilennials and Baby Boomers NOT from Mindanao, are discouraging tourists to come down here, then we are wasting millions of pesos in advertising and thousands of work hours just to promote our region.

Modern Miseries

Why is our generation so miserable? We have everything, all the conveniences that technology has to offer. And yet, when we go through our Facebook feed, it’s all full of depression, hate, desperation. To add fuel to the fire is the comments section, which I feel should forever be avoided. We have more modes of transportation …

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Yoga Teacher Training (RYT 200) in the Philippines

At Bodhi Yoga Center, we believe that yoga is a lifestyle and that our practice doesn’t end when we leave the mat or the studio. We practice our yogic values in the way we work and play. And we take fun very seriously. Spend a month-long immersion in the heart of laid-back General Santos City …

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My Journey to the Primary Series

Marichyasana D. Bhujapidasana. Supta Kurmasana. These are some of the poses I have yet to achieve in my 3-year on-again-off-again relationship with the Ashtanga Primary Series. These are postures with intense binds that not only require flexibility to attain, but strength to maintain the bind as well. I practice yoga not because I have asana …

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