Yoga in Berlin: Chimosa ~ Yoga, Tea, Fitness
Today was the day! I started my 30 day membership with a very cool project called “Urbansportsclub” in Berlin. They offer a fitness flatrate in different sizes. I got size M, which allows me to attend classes in a variety of yoga, Pilates, and other fitness studios, beach volleyball, bootcamp classes, zumba, and much more all over Berlin. This is MY chance to explore the city more and to find some awesome YOGA places and meet people.
Today, I started with a 90 minute Jivamukti yoga class at CHIMOSA in Berlin Mitte/central Berlin.
I feel honored to have had 29 of my writings published in the USA and Canada, and 1 of them featured in a U.S. national radio show already. Here is a list wiith all links for you to find them right away when you need a little yogilation:
USA & Canada:
1. “5 Reasons to Move On” via YOGANONYMOUS
2. “6 Tips on How to Deal with Difficult People“ via ELEPHANT JOURNAL
3. Featured in a U.S. national RADIO SHOW: “6 Tips on How to Deal with Difficult People”
4. “6 Ways to Overcome Self-Doubt” via ELEPHANT JOURNAL
5. “5 Reasons to Stop Beating Yourself Up“ via DoYouYoga
6. “6 Tips on How to De-Stress“ via ELEPHANT JOURNAL
7. “6 Reasons to Have a Feel-Good Manager in your Company“ via ELEPHANT JOURNAL
8. “7 Tips on How to Motivate Yourself and Others“ via DoYouYoga
9. “5 Tips on How to Stay Positive in Transition Times” via DoYouYoga
10. “6 Ways to Fall in Love With Yourself” via MyYoga Online
11. “5 Reasons why it’s Time to Start Taking Action” via MyYoga Online
12. “5 Ways to Deal with Conflicts” via MyYoga Online
13. “5 Reasons why You Cannot Rescue or Change People“ via MyYoga Online
14. “The Positive Side of Breaking Up” via MyYoga Online
15. “6 Ways to Deal with Feeling Sad and Lost” via MyYoga Online
16. “7 Ways to Stop Overthinking” via MyYoga Online
17. “5 Reasons to Do Yoga at Work” via Gaiam TV / MyYoga Online
18. “5 Tips to Feel at Home Anywhere in the World” via GaiamTV / MyYoga Online
19. “Obsession with Nutrition – When healthy Eating is too much” via Elephant Journal
20. “4 Ways to Deal With Mistakes” via GaiamTV / MyYoga Online
21. “5 Reasons Why Feedback is Important” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
22. “5 Ways to Deal With Rejection” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
23. “Feeling Stuck? 5 Reasons Why Values Matter” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
24. “Trapped in an Unfulfilling Job? How to Find Out What You Want to Do” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
25. “Workaholism: When Working Becomes an Addiction” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
26. “Career Coaching for Athletes – Because Not Everyone Turns Pro” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
27. “The Art of Letting Go” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
28. “5 Reasons to Think Positive” via THE HUFFINGTON POST Blog
29. “How to Make a Decision” via The HUFFINGTON POST Blog
For all my in Germany published articles, please click >> HERE <<
Would you like to improve your balance, stretch your shoulders and strengthen your legs and upper back at the same time? How about Eagle pose?
I personally found this pose quite challenging at the beginning, however today I am doing it almost everywhere I can. It helps me focus and shut off my countless thoughts that can be sometimes be overwhelming. Also, lately I’ve been struggling with some sciatica nerve pain on my tights and looked more into stretches to relieve the tension there, so I found Eagle pose to be very helpful and relieving to me.
We’ve all been there. The same thought spinning around in your head, the worst case scenario playing on repeat in your mind as as you stare at your phone or email inbox, unable to stop thinking about a situation or a person over and over. Maybe you are obsessing about an outcome that you want but don’t seem to be able to achieve. So what you do? You start to worry, get upset, angry, or sad, and then make a decision entirely based on a temporary emotion (like sending a rude text or email or making an angry phone call). Sound familiar? Please stop right there. Do me a favor and put your phone away.
Let me introduce you to two terrible couples: thoughts and worry paired with imagination and anger.