Still when I watch the photos above of me, Leon and Ditte at sunset outside Hvide Sande or the photos of Leon surfing at Agger Beach last weekend in the most amazingly bright sunny weather I ask myself: IS THAT REALLY DENMARK......Read More
In the coming week, I start 3 new Yoga classes in the local Fitness Center (Fitness World) and while the world of modern fitness centers may not have the most "yogic" ring to it, I find that the diversity of members in a gym is huge. It's for everyone. And so it the Yoga revolution: For everyone... Even MEN!
Below is a Danish article written by one of the few male Yogis in Ribe, Thomas Nielsen.
Hvis Kasper er mig for 6 år siden, så havde jeg grinet af ham, siger Thomas Nielsen, stress og depressionsramt - og kigger på Casper. Lederen af Fitness World i Ribe er med for første gang. Yoga-instruktøren Line har overtalt ham til at deltage. Han skal vide, hvad det er, har hun forklaret ham.Read More
I really had ambitions to blog more this summer. About lovely loyal Denmark, about the smaller & bigger trips we've been taking here, about my cute yoga-loving niece, about the awesome time at Roskilde Festival, about the yoga here. But here we are 3 months later and here's my first Denmark 2016 post...Read More
It's that time of year again and gratitude quotes (and turkeys) are just about all over the place. But "feeling gratitude" is important not only this time of year, gratitude is something we should incorporate as a conscious practice every day until it becomes a habit...Read More
With dedicated yoga practice that goes beyond the physical aspect, we can all learn to be more present in the unfolding of each moment. And maybe in this way enjoy every previous day in our life more and with more awareness. And that's worth a lot today with our modern busy lifestyle if you ask me.Read More
Being back in Denmark in this late Autumn season is just as beautiful as I was secretly planning it to be. November in Denmark has been super mild this year and nature's colorful autumn coat was still there when I arrived...Read More
Oh how living in Shanghai makes you appreciate small things: Walking bare-foot, fresh organic food, the west-coast wilderness, quiet small towns, being bored, having time, doing yoga under a blue sky, running in nature, tap water.Read More
Choosing to be an expat and living in another part of the world than your family doesn't have to mean choosing a life apart from your family. It can indeed strengthen relationships and the mutual appreciation of each others existence. It all depends on perspective and our mental attitude towards each other and this incredible life of ours <3Read More