“My children have all left home and I needed a place where I could rediscover myself …”
Yoga teacher training physically, mentally and emotionally challenges and changes you. It is not just about learning how to become a yoga teacher of physical asanas, it’s about diving deeper into your highest self so you can authentically share the gift of yoga, the gift of connection. It’s exciting, daunting, very long and fast all at the same time …
Our yoga teacher training graduate Lauren recently caught up with advanced level Jivamukti yoga teacher and Wise Earth Ayurveda master teacher Katie Manitsas. They had a chat about Katie's upcoming ‘Yoga of Birth’ course here at Krishna Village and other topics around womanhood, self care, and living one’s purpose.
With every New Year, a healthier and more fit life tends to be what everyone aspires to lead. While sticking to a lifestyle change isn’t always easy, if you start small, chances are you’ll be amazed at the results.
I remember the day I heard about the Krishna Village like yesterday. I was in New Zealand on a Working Holiday and I stumbled upon a beautiful, eco-friendly relaxation retreat and guesthouse. Located on a private beach, Shambhala, in sunny Golden Bay within the Abel Tasman National Park ...
Family van life in the world of Jinti, Chris and baby Aya sounds like the stuff most people daydream about. Jinti elaborates on a typical day: “We wake up at sunrise and drive to wherever we want to go swimming. I have an hour to myself where I can do yoga, read or meditate while Chris looks after Aya.
Walking towards the paddock amidst the dew and early morning light, a group of around twenty cows becomes visible, calves and their mothers huddled around the milking shed. A mixture of black and white friesians and light brown and white Indian gyrs, they are waiting patiently to be herded after the daily 5am milking