Tap is “to burn”.
Tapas is “a burning /fiery discipline” or “a constant and intense commitment”.
In today’s world, the meaning of tapas has been blurred by the practice of yoga which focuses on physical exercises. 229 more words
I was recently teaching a yoga class at a spa resort during sunrise, cocooned within a rainforest sanctuary and overlooking the Andaman sea. As the students were deep into relaxation and lying comfortably in Savasana (corpse pose), the calling of an insect broke the silence. 173 more words
Thank you Travel & Leisure Magazine for featuring Langkawi Yoga in their Southeast Asia edition! Here’s the feature :
“There are plenty of yoga retreats around Southeast Asia, but this one seeks to combine improving your asanas with the great outdoors. 167 more words
Tired of feeling unhappy? Looking for inner calm? The Star’s Louisa Lim gives you a few methods to consider.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out why being happy is imperative to every individual: it lights our faces from within, boosts our immune system, liberates us from the boundaries we’ve unintentionally set for ourselves and, ultimately, lets us live a more fulfilling life. 697 more words