This is probably the most exciting news I’ll ever share!
Our little family of two is growing and we expect a baby boy in December ♡ ♡ ♡
We are beyond delighted, grateful and in awe of this little miracle unfolding.
It has been quite a journey so far… from first nervous guesses on a Sunday with no pregnancy tests available due to stores being closed, to finding out while Yaron was still on a family visit in Colombia, to intense weeks of constant sickness accompanied by emotional rollercoaster rides to a – so far – very calm and content second trimester.
From what I learned, it is lovely to connect to other peoples experiences when the first baby is due so I`ll share our baby stories here in a little more detail for those of you who are interested in following this journey.
Much love from the three of us ♡
Finally this baby has gone online!
Check out my new webpage and let me know what you think ♡
One wouldn’t believe how much work goes into a webpage, even the most simple ones. There’s the texts, the picture material, the general idea for the look you want to create and then of course the design itself – a job I could never do but admire deeply.
There’s still some minor changes and additions in the pipeline but I already love it!
Hello lovelies ♡
Starting on Monday, May 20, I will teaching a weekly open class at the beautiful studio Patrick Broome Yoga Schwabing: Mondays, from 7:30 – 8:30 am. Join me in a gentle morning flow that will leave you feel nourished, at ease and energized for the day ahead.
This class has previously taken place at Patrick Broome Yoga Lehel – so everyone who has joined me there on Monday mornings is more than welcome to transfer to Studio Schwabing with me.
Studio Schwabing is quite the special location since its the oldest of the Broome studios and one of the first Yoga studios ever in Munich. The neighbourhood is also lovely with plenty of cafes and of course the English Garden in walking distance.
I can`t wait to see you there on the mat!
♡ Patrick Broome Schwabing ♡
Yoga & Soundbath ♡ Find Your True North
In this very special workshop I will guide you through a practice that will have you explore your outer and inner worlds – especially with regard to the year that just passed and your visions for this next cycle. We will tap into our hopes for this year 2019, laying the foundation to manifest and let go according to our heart’s desires.
Honoring the deep water element of winter, we will combine an active Vinyasa Yoga practice with Yin Yoga, through movement and stillness. Balance energy in a liberating flow for hips and lower back, exploring the edges of effort. Then completely let go and surrender into the longer holds and deep meditative release of Yin Yoga, a practice that stimulates connective tissues and nourishes joints.
Janine, a gifted musician from California, will join us on this journey with her hauntingly beautiful sound bath tunes. ⠀⠀
All levels of Yoga are welcome; experience with Yinyasa Flow Yoga suggested.
Saturday, April 13 • 2:30-5:00 pm • Patrick Broome Lehel
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, gently firming the petals into the mixture. Let the soaps cool down until firm and gently remove from the moulds.
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.