Superman's secret

By Yoginit Posted in Humor Time, Small Nice Things Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Guess what we just found out? :) 

Energy Kick Cacao Bars

By Olive Aguas Posted in Food, Glorious Food Monday, 21 August 2017

My Raw Cacao Energy Bars.  Make a batch and so you can always grab one on the go. These will last a while so keep them in your fridge or freezer.  Raw cacao has an incredible amount of natural energy packed in it so it is a perfect pick me up snack or I like to enjoy them as a shot of energy before a night out since I’m a sober bunny. With raw cacao you can party all night without a hang over.  It is the number 1 source of magnesium, it supports the heart, increases brainpower, relaxes menstrual cramping, relaxes muscles, increases flexibility, de-stresses us, helps build strong bones and increases alkalinity.  Try and consume 1 tablespoon a day of cacao nibs, powder or butter a day. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup medjool dates 1/3 cup cacao powder 2 tablespoons chia seeds 2 tablespoons cacao nibs 2 tablespoons maca powder 1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder 1/2 cup slivered or ground almonds  

Meditation mind chats

By Yoginit Posted in Yoga, Humor Time, Small Nice Things Sunday, 20 August 2017

Sounds familiar, anyone? here's a little dose of humor on meditation...;) keep practicing!

Inside HOME

By Jill Satterfield Posted in Lifestyle Saturday, 19 August 2017

As I travel from one place to another, I am increasingly grateful to know that as long as I am safe and warm, I can be at ease. But when I think of ‘home’, intially I might find myself a bit homesick, or missing my familiar surroundings. When I remind myself that my true home is inside and has nothing to do with my external environment, I can relax again. It’s normal to wander from home – whether it be metaphorical or literal. Where we go, how long we stray and when we return is the basis for a practice in and of itself. My practice these past 5+ months has been to remember not to leave ‘home’ for too long lest I feel lost with no map and turned in circles (which I literally am in each new city). This practice of ‘coming home’ then, is one that I try to maintain with my heart open as much as possible while I am off the cushion and in the world. I am finding it a true life practice – practical, meaningful...

Always a way

By Yoginit Posted in Small Nice Things Friday, 18 August 2017

No matter who dark things might look in the darkest moments, remember there's always a way. Keep trusting.

Funny video: why men don't practice yoga

By Yoginit Posted in Humor Time, Videos Thursday, 17 August 2017

Have you heard about the "926"? aparently it's the reason why men don't practice yoga... it's related to smooshing men's jiggly bits ;)

Delicious green smoothie

By Insiya Rasiwala-Finn Posted in Food, Glorious Food Wednesday, 16 August 2017

1 frozen banana3/4 cup frozen mango1 cup home-made almond milk (or a substitute)1/2 vanilla bean scraped1/2 cup shredded spinach3/4 cup water or a mixture of ice and water1 1/2 tsp spirulina1 tsp maca (gelatinized) Blend until smooth. Serve with goji berries on the top. Revitalizing, energising and detoxifying. Our toddler loved it, he even asked for seconds. Insiya Rasiwala-Finn for Yogin'it

5 daily reminders

By Yoginit Posted in Lifestyle, Small Nice Things Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Here's 5 things to remind yourself daily. And we add a couple more: 6. I will love myself no matter what.  7. I choose to be happy and love what is.

Emotional Pain Chart

By Irina Verwer Posted in Lifestyle Monday, 14 August 2017

A while ago, I stumbled upon an emotional pain chart that showed remarkable resemblances to the yogic chakra philosophy. I love it when different theories meet and overlap.I also love this emotional pain chart as it is a quick help to see what emotion is linked to certain discomforts in your body. Be mindful though: don't use this chart to judge yourself or others, and always use your intuition to feel if the mentioned link is right in your specific case. It's a guideline, not something set in stone. You can view the full-size emotional pain chart by clicking on the little picture.The information for this chart comes from 'Heal Your Body A-Z' by Louise L. Hay. 

¿Integridad en el Yoga?

By Carolina Daza Posted in Yoga Sunday, 13 August 2017

¿Qué tan en serio debemos tomarnos nuestra práctica de Yoga ? El nuevo año solar ha llegado. 2014 lentamente avanza a medida que los motores de nuestros corazones y mentes se adaptan. Algunos tomaron vacaciones, mientras muchos otros siguieron trabajando y algunos cuantos se dedicaron a profundizar la prácita del Yoga. Recientemente, asistí a los Satsangs en Ashtanga Yoga Paris dirigidos por Linda Munro y Gérald Disse, creadores y profesores de Yoga, que me hicieron reflexionar profundamente acerca de la integridad en nuestro Yoga. A medida que sigo estudiando y avanzando mi práctica, me siento más conectada a mi centro de equilibrio, a mi corazón. Considero que un verdadero practicante de Yoga es aquel que no se espera hasta el inicio o fin de un ciclo para traer cambios en su vida. A medida que nos tomamos más en serio nuestro Yoga, nos comprometemos a evolucionar en nuestras vidas, a sembrar constantemente semillas; internas que nos acercan a nuestros corazones y las externas que inspiran cambios positivos en los demás. A medida que nos conectamos más con nuestros corazones nos volvemos más conscientes de...

Today's inspiration

By Yoginit Posted in Small Nice Things Saturday, 12 August 2017

This one is dedicated to you, yogis. Don't forget you inspire people everyday. 

Dalai Lama wisdom

By Yoginit Posted in Lifestyle, Small Nice Things Friday, 11 August 2017


The Maturing Yoga Industry

By Brook McCarthy Thursday, 10 August 2017

Outrage sparked by the recent New York Times Magazine, ‘How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body’ was as impassioned as it was predictable. Yet other, quieter voices responded ‘of course’. Any physical activity, from jogging to sneezing, can cause harm, and underqualified and inexperienced teachers have the capacity to harm in any situation, not just a yoga class. The silver lining of the article fall-out is the introspection it inspires as yoga teachers worldwide examine whether they could be doing things better. For Yoga Teacher Trainer Mark Breadner of Yogacoach who spent several years coaching elite sportspeople, it’s a matter of balance. “Joints need to be mobilised first, then stabilised, then strengthened,” says Mark. “If practitioners jump straight into strong poses without working first on balance and flexibility, or if poses are held too long, then yes, injury may occur. Healthy muscles, ligaments and tendons are in balance.”

Pre-Cleanse Before Starting Detox to Replenish

By Yoginit Posted in Lifestyle, Food, Glorious Food Wednesday, 09 August 2017

Ready to start the 30-day cleanse Detox to Replenish? We sure are! In this video, Marisa Silverman ("Raw Fit Girl"), takes you through Pre-Cleanse instructions. See you in the kitchen!  Haven't joined yet? Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //  with your username and we'll get you started!*  We can’t wait for you to join us and start your Healthy Transformation… your New You is awaiting! * This program is exclusive for Annual Unlimited Members. If you're a Free Member, you can upgrade here. If you're currently a Monthly Unlimited Member, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //  and we'll help you upgrade.

Raisin' the frequency

By Sonia Ribas Tuesday, 08 August 2017

Research has proven that healthy bodies vibrate at 60 MHz or higher. At lower frequencies, the immune system is compromised and we can experience deseases and feelings of struggle, anger, victimhood, shame, etc. At high frequency, we are more likely to experience bliss, happiness, joy, hope, balance, enlightement, unconditional love, feeling a part of all things. In the persuit of Feeling Good we try to achieve an incredibly high frequency. There are numerous methods for increasing frequency, all based in doing things that tap into our hearts and being in the presence of people that resonate with us.   

9 tips for Home Yoga Practice, by Kino MacGregor

By Kino MacGregor Posted in Yoga Monday, 07 August 2017

1. Place—Create a sacred space and practice in the same spot every time. Place a photo of your teacher in front of your mat so that you are reminded of him/her when you practice. When I practice at home I see my teacher and I get inspired to practice. Sometimes I pretend that he is in the room with me and it definitely motivates me. If you have the space leave your mat unrolled to claim the space for practice from other things in your life. It’s better if you have a spare room that you can devote only to yoga, but not everyone has that luxury. Just the space of a yoga mat can be a precious resource so claim it as an altar to the spiritual space within yourself and your life. On days when you don’t feel like practicing just go and stand on your yoga mat at your scheduled practice time and see what happens. If the energy is strong in that spot it will pull you forward into the practice. If you change into your...

Is Detox to Replenish a Vegan Program?

By Yoginit Posted in Lifestyle, Food, Glorious Food Sunday, 06 August 2017

Thinking of joining our Game-Changing Cleansing Program but don't want to give up Animal Protein? No Problem at all!! Detox to Replenish will meet you were you are and offer you many options for you to Upgrade your Health while having FUN! Marisa Silverman (Raw Fit Girl) talks about Plant vs. Animal Protein in this video. Don't have the manuals yet? Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //  with your username (exclusive for Unlimited Yearly Members). Don't forget: we're here to help and support you! Share your concerns / feedback on email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //  and our Facebook Pages @detoxtoreplenish and Share your pictures on Instagram @detoxtoreplenish #detoxtoreplenish.

Headstand for Beginners

By Yoginit Saturday, 05 August 2017

Have you always wanted to try Headstand but don't know where / how to start? Kim Jeblick takes you through Shirshasana-headstand "King of the Poses", offering a step by step instruction on how to use the wall as support for your  practice. Kim will teach some key points such as where to place your head, how to position the arms and how long to hold the posture when you are just starting to practice. Headstand has many wonderful benefits for the entire body and is made more powerful by concentrating on the space between the eyebrows while holding the posture. Let us know if you have questions!

Find the Silence

By Elena Brower Posted in Lifestyle Friday, 04 August 2017

Been exploring this in asana classes in NYC recently: find the silence everywhere. Locating the silence in our bodies, as a global experience, throughout the form of the pose, feels like a healing. In our interactions, we can find the silence in our gestures, our words, even our actions. We can find the silence in our eyes, in our thoughts. Find the silence everywhere. See how that feels. Elena Brower for Yogin' it

Poverty and profit: the path of a 21st century yogi

By Brook McCarthy Thursday, 03 August 2017

Ah, yoga teaching in the 21st century. The path of poverty and virtue, right? The road to yoga rock stardom? Or to creating sustainable, 21st century business? Competition among yoga teachers in Australia’s big cities is getting tough. In my role in online marketing specialising in yoga and wellbeing businesses, I’ve heard from countless experienced teachers with established businesses who are seeing a serious decrease in their business due to the increasing number of yoga teachers about. This is especially the case in Sydney where, anecdotally, there are more yoga teachers per neighbourhood than anywhere in the world. I’ve seen and heard it all: from severe aversion to discuss pay, to expenses introduced by a studio after a visiting teacher’s workshop is over; from unacceptably long periods waiting to be paid, to an inability to write an invoice. I’ve been privy to yoga teachers being pressured to sign contracts that severely limit their opportunities to teach outside a studio (while said studio doesn’t provide enough classes to make a livable wage), and studios whose teachers frequently request more remuneration when their student numbers are...

Magical, mystical light

By Yoginit Posted in Small Nice Things Wednesday, 02 August 2017

oooh the beauty of nature.... and its mysteries....

True happiness

By Yoginit Posted in Lifestyle, Small Nice Things Tuesday, 01 August 2017

Happiness and richness.

Yoga Bitch - musical humor time

By Yoginit Posted in Humor Time, Videos Monday, 31 July 2017

Music video about funny things around the yoga world. Made us crack a smile :)

The power of hugs

By Yoginit Posted in Small Nice Things Sunday, 30 July 2017

When words are not needed...

About Teachers

By Yoginit Posted in Small Nice Things Saturday, 29 July 2017

We are so thankful to all our teachers... and also hopeful that we have the strength to enter through all the doors they've opened for us.