After practicing yoga for over thirty years down in the big smoke we felt called to move back into nature into an environment ideal to go deeper into the higher limbs of yoga practice. The Vedas suggest that when one comes to the middle of ones life (around 50) to change ones mode of life and spend more time on spiritual practice than on earning ones livelihood. This mode of life is called vanaprashtha (forest dweller). This same mode of life is suggested in many yogic texts. Although our modern society strongly discourages us to devote ourselves primarily to spiritual practice when one could accumulate wealth, we decided to take the leap.

This blog will give you updates of what we are currently working on and it will give us the opportunity to stay in contact with the many people and students we have worked with throughout the last few decades. Of course if you want to post any questions, your mountaintop yogis will do their best to answer them.

Asana and loving the Divine

Postures are arranged on the string of the breath, like prayer beads are strung on a mala or rosary. By stringing postures in such a way asana practice becomes transformed into prayer in motion. On the deepest level asanas are a way of expressing our appreciation and love for the Divine in a form other […]

The corrugation road of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

  Recently I noticed a few long-term students who had a technically very refined practice but something was still missing. Reflecting on their practice a trip through remote Western Australia many years back came to mind. We drove to Broome in a Holden Kingswood that must have already prominently featured on Noah’s ark. On a […]