My Temple Stay in Guinsa, South Korea

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My Temple Stay in Guinsa, South Korea

This summer I was lucky enough to go to Seoul, South Korea, for one of my PhD projects. I was looking forward to work with the research there, and also to explore South Korea. One week in Seoul and I was already aching to be in nature, and this was my chosen destination: tucked in the middle of two mountains was Guinsa, a fairly recent temple from the early 20th century, dating back to 1945, and epicentre to the Cheontae school of Korean Buddhism. […]

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Fears aren't always what they seem

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Fears aren't always what they seem

On a recent flight back from Guadaloupe island I watched the Sharkwater Extinction documentary. I had seen the first Sharkwater movie years ago and was deeply moved by it. The creator of the 2 movies, Rob Stewart, was Canadian and around my age. Through his passion and love of sharks (and a lot of hard work), he was able to make a huge difference in shark conservation and in the banning of shark finning. He explored the human/shark relationship, the fear of sharks, and the huge impact that shark hunting is having on our ecosystems. What I love about his films is that he shows the beauty, curiosity and playfulness of sharks. He reminds us of our connection to these incredible animals, and then he exposes what is happening to them. He shows us how human greed is affecting our planet, and also how we can make a difference. […]

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Vegan Spinach Dip (from BS recipes)

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Vegan Spinach Dip (from BS recipes)

We had a another lovely Luna Yoga Anniversary Class last night, with a fun, challenging āsana practice by Jenn, accompanied by sweet, reminiscent music played by Jason and attended by a large group of our wonderful Luna yogi community. […]

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Sweet Sixteen?

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Sweet Sixteen?

Two days before my 16th birthday, one of my very good friends passed away suddenly from meningitis. About a month earlier my grandfather also passed away. I was already becoming an angsty teen at that time, but I think the loss of 2 loved ones added to my slightly depressed, dark side. I remember feeling a little lost, and questioning the meaning of life. It wasn't until several years later that I discovered yoga and started to see the light again. […]

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Croire en ses rêves

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Croire en ses rêves

Salut je m’appelle Myriam je suis professeure de yoga et musicienne. Il y a deux ans, quelqu'un m’a demandé ce que je ferais avec des millions de dollars. […]

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BYOB: Bring Your Bag

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BYOB: Bring Your Bag

Our community is the backbone of our studio, so  when we found out SAKSAC was a Montreal-based company, we were delighted to be carrying their pretty & reusable mesh bags in our eco-boutique. [...]

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Making Perfect Scents

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Making Perfect Scents

Walking into the Luna Yoga studio is a mood altering experience and one of the ingredients of that experience has now been bottled for you to take home. We are happy to announce the launch of Audre Leigh’s EO collection, their signature essential oil blends with two different scents: May Chang + Clove, and Basil + Lime. […]

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