Yoga Without Borders

Yoga for the most vulnerable groups When the practice does not understand age, class, race, gender or ability   Yoga Without Borders is a non-profit association whose objective is to make yoga a practice accessible to everyone, especially to vulnerable groups and those at risk of social exclusion. *Yoga for the elderly (Canet de Mar)…

Injury as a teacher

It seems a contradiction that many people are injured in the practice of yoga in spite of being a discipline thought to obtain the physical and mental health. Why is it produced? How can we avoid it? And although the best thing is to try not to produce it, what can we learn from it?…

Silence the mind

When we are on the mat we all know the theory: breathe consciously, align your body in postures and still the mind. But as soon as you start to move and the asanas become more complex, many well-known voices appear: “how complicated”, “I can’t do that”, “try harder”, “I have to get it”, “I should…”,…

What is Vinyasa?

CONSCIOUSNESS ON THE MOVE   What is Vinyasa? What is its origin? What does it consist of? Breathing constructs the most important and well-known transitions and sequences of yoga that are applied in almost all other styles of yoga. In these times of instagram in which yoga has become one more object of consumption, the…

And now to India…

I leave Sincronia for a time to venture into knowledge, a study trip to India where I will be delving deeper into Vedanta… What is Vedanta? we could call it a philosophy, although it is not exactly that, it is rather a tradition of ancestral knowledge, a vision that speaks to you of being, of…