Year: 2018

Coconut Rose Soap

I find it so relaxing to create things. Especially with all the Christmas hustle and bustle going on in the city I enjoy to slow down and dedicate time rather than money alone to my loved ones. With a few simple, organic ingredients you can make your own soap. It is super easy, inexpensive and there are no limits to your creativity as you choose your favourite ingredients,  scents and colours. These soaps make for a truly beautiful gift for the upcoming Christmas celebrations.   Coconut Rose Soap ∼ 10 Muffin Moulds ∼ 500 gr. Curd Soap 100 gr. Coconut Oil 6 Teaspoons Coconut Flakes 10 Teaspoons Rose Petals 4 Drops Essential Oil Rose   Grate the soap and melt the flakes in a water bath. The temperature should not be too high – otherwise the soap might change its color. Add the coconut oil and mix everything well. Stir in the coconut flakes and add rose oil to liking. Pour the mixture into silicone muffin moulds and immediately add a layer of rose petals, …

Playlist Winter

I made a new Yoga playlist and its perfect for the winter season! I often practice to these tunes at home, starting with a strong flow, peaking in a somewhat challenging pose like an arm balance or inversion to then dedicate the rest of my practice to a slow, smooth opening of tight muscles, ligaments and tissue. The sweet combination of Yang and Yin. Just what you need to bring some heat into cold winter days. Enjoy ♡ Playlist Winter

Spinach Coconut Soup

It`s this time of the year again where the days get shorter and we tend to spend more time at home, getting cozy. Soups are the perfect addition to one of those cozy days: easy to make, with a bare minimum of ingredients needed and so nutritious and delicious! This Spinach Coconut Soup will bring some color into a dark autumn day ♡ Spinach Coconut Soup ∼ Serves 4 ∼ 1 Onion 2 Small cloves of garlic 400 gr. spinach 1 Potato 200 ml. vegetable broth 400 ml. coconut milk 4 Teaspoons creamed horseradish Salt Pepper Finely chop the onion and mince the garlic. Peel the potato and cut into medium sized cubes. Sauté the onion, garlic and potato in olive oil on medium heat. Add the coconut milk and vegetable broth and bring to boil. Add the spinach and let it simmer on medium heat for 15 minutes. Purée the soup and bring to boil once more. Season with salt and pepper to liking. Serve with 1 teaspoon of creamed horseradish.

Yoga & Sound Bath

Folding Into Self – A Journey Home. On October 13, Janine Pool will join me in my All Level class at Patrick Broome Yoga Lehel to create a unique experience of Yoga & Sound. This very special class will nourish your body, mind and soul. While we turn the focus inwards in a practice based on forward folds, Janine will accompany your journey with hauntingly beautiful soundscapes that will leave you feel replenished, balanced and grounded. Recline and relax into a sea of pure vibration and ethereal sound, finding home to your most harmonic self. About Janine Janine is a musician and sound healer new to Munich from the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s a yogini passionate about biosonics and the transformative power of sound. Creating an immersive experience in rhythm, tone, and vibration, she guides you to tune in to your personal frequency to find inner harmony and well being. Janine is blessed to have shared her sound offerings at gatherings, retreats, and yoga classes in Bayern, Morocco, Costa Rica, and throughout California. October 13, 2018 5:30 – 7 pm Patrick Broome Yoga …

Workshop: Alignment Flow

Workshop Serie: Alignment Flow Nurture your body, feed your soul Guess what? I will be leading a workshop series together with this beauty at Patrick Broome Yoga Studios in Munich! Verena is not only an amazingly skilled teacher, she is also an adorable human being and together we will rock your world! In our Alignment Flow workshop series we will explore anatomical key points in the body: hips, back, neck & shoulders. In a flowing, yet alignment based practice you will tap into your very own anatomy and learn to speak the language of your body in a way that allows for healthy movement patterns not only in yoga but also everyday life.⠀ 15.9. • Happy Hips • PBY Schwabing • 2:30 – 4:30 PM 28.10. • Balanced Back • PBY City • 12:30 – 2:30 PM 10.11. • Stable Shoulders • PBY Schwabing • 2:30 – 4:30 P Price: Module 39,00 EUR, all Modules 109,00 EUR⠀⠀ For more info and bookings head over to Patrick Broome Yoga.  

Workshop: Yoga Basic

Have you always wanted to try yoga but didn’t find the right start yet? Or do you already practice yoga but want to fine tune your knowledge? In our 3-hour Yoga Basic Workshop you will explore the basics of Vinyasa Flow Yoga – from Sun Salutations to the meaning behind chanting “Om”. Vinyasa Flow is a physical, dynamic from of yoga, in which the breath is used to link one yoga posture to another in one fluid movement. We strengthen the muscles, improve endurance, balance and flexibility and close the practice with a meditation as well as final relaxation. There is no prior experience required and it doesn’t matter how fit you are – Yoga is for everybody. This workshop is the perfect introduction to the regular Yoga Basic class at YogaBee on Wednesday evening from 8:00 – 9:15 pm. Date: Sunday, September 16 Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm Location: YogaBee Price: 50 €

Workshop Series

Workshop Series: Hips, Back & Shoulders In this three part workshop series we will be looking at those areas in the body that often feel tight or at times even painful: the hips, the back and the shoulders. Dynamic strengthening creates stability in the body and gentle stretches soften tensions – both elements at play in our yoga practice foster well-being and health in our body as well as our mind. Part I: Happy Hips In this workshop we will take a look at the biggest joint in the human body: the hips. Being the joint between out lower and upper body, the hips directly affect our spine and especially the lower back. Influenced by our way of life these areas feels often very tight which affects us not only physically, but also mentally: the hips are known to store unprocessed experiences as “body memories”, which often causes tensions and restrictions of movement in the body. We will take a short excursion into the anatomy of the hips before exploring the body in a Vinyasa Flow …