Written Word

I love to write. I love yoga. I love to daydream and stare at the clouds moving across the skies. Most of my words come to me when I am in Shavasana or gazing into the horizon, focusing on nothing, just being. Over the last few years I've collected my thoughts on a blog called Samastithi Nine and I've recently started writing on Medium, both links are below. I also send out a monthly newsletter, Tüz ~ a Hungarian word meaning Soul Fire, to my students and you will find links download them below. I hope you will find something in either of these mediums that sparks joy in you.

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Tüz, Aug 2020

I speak about how we are all buddhas, but how do we recognise and embody that? Thoughts on Silence & Meditation. 

Anatomically, we do a deep dive on what a Breath is and how it works and some myths - all thanks to a gorgeous teacher - Leslie Kaminoff. 

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Tüz,July 2020

Tools that helped me in "finding my bliss" but also assist me in living with integrity in all spheres of my life.

The shape of our spine & how we can adjust our practice & our teachers cues to better support it.

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Tüz,June 2020

How to move with the Moon: how those who menstruate practitioners can sync their practice to the phases of the moon.

A gorgeous banana bread recipe

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Tüz, May 2020

My thoughts on feeling all of your emotions deeply

Feeling Wheel : a tool to help you with it

Immunity yoga sequence

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Tüz, April  2020

Yoga beyond Asana : Ishwara Pranidhana

Sanskrit Names : Downward Facing Dog & Standing Forward Fold

Muscles : Serratus Anterior, Rhomboids & Trapezius

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Tüz, March 2020

Welcometo Tüz 

How to Practice at Home

Japa Mantra : Maha Mrityunjaya