INSPIRATION SERIES: Rosie Moreton

So Rosie, take us through your average morning routine… Well actually, I started writing this interview when I was in Asia, and now I’m in Austria, so my morning routine has transformed, but ultimately some things are the same anywhere. Here I am waking up at about 7am, making tea or hot water with apple cider vinegar to wake up my digestion, teaching yoga in the morning for one hour, meditating for 10-20 minutes, then I make myself breakfast. I love some kind of vegetable, eggs and some avocado or olive oil at the moment, but today I had turmeric […]

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INSPIRATION SERIES: Natasha Kochan

Up next in our Inspiration Series we are on the other side of the desk, answering our own questions ourselves, so that you guys can get to know us better, and also so that we can share some of our sources of inspiration with you. First up is our little Canadian ray of sunshine Natasha… So, Natasha! Take us through your average morning routine. For me, the best part of every new day is that it is welcomed without an alarm! I spend the first hours of my morning practicing yoga in silence (preferably in a beautiful space in nature, […]

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Balance

Unlikely Yogis: How We Define Balance

We’ve all heard it before. We say it all the time on our social media. But we can all throw the word around so easily, without getting to the nitty-gritty of what “balance” actually means to us. Especially in a yoga industry saturated with a tonne of beliefs around what a healthy, balanced life looks like. Let’s get real for a hot minute, shall we? For starters, a balanced life is not necessarily a beautiful thing, worthy of Instagram. We mean it when we say you do not want to see Rosie before she’s had 10 minutes of “quiet time” upon […]

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An Open Letter to the 25 Year Olds

  Things this year seem a little different, as if we are slowly but surely moving along a scale of continuity, where we’ve moved on from having absolutely no fucking idea what tickles us. We know now what we like to do, but we’re starting to wonder if we can make a living doing yoga on beaches, drinking coco bongos, talking to strangers and then writing about it all. We feel we have a lot to prove. The pressure of impressing people weighs heavily, because at this age, success seems to be how many people we know, how many countries […]

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