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Relieve yourself from daily stress.
Slow down with me.
Simply take a break and do Yin Yoga.
Sit still. Stretch. Breathe. Continue.

 

Yin Yoga with Marianne‘ supports you with videos and blogs on Yoga, Breathing, Meditation and Coaching to slow yourself down and to calm and balance your body, mind and heart.

Judge not!

Judge not!

How not to judge? We all judge ourselves and others constantly. I am sure you and I would love to stop doing it, but how do we do it? Are you curious too? This blog on 'Judge not!' will tell you how you can start to feel more peaceful inside whilst connecting with...

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Mind healing

Mind healing

How delicious it would be to simply be able to press DELETE sometimes and start all over again. How fairly easy would it be to simple use the RESET button? A healer taught me that the higher my vibrations are, the more people that I will attract that also vibrate at...

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Always be yourself

Always be yourself

Let's shine a light on what is truly important to you. What would you like to dedicate your energy to? What would you like to reinforce? But also what would you like to finish and say goodbye to? What behavior would you like to change? Time to choose: ‘What will you...

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Peace on earth

Peace on earth

Max Strom on how Yoga can save the world: peace on earth. Max Strom lives in Washington D.C. (United States), works as a yoga teacher, speaker and is the author of ‘A life worth breathing’ and ‘There is no App for happiness’. He invited me to have dinner with him and...

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How to get more clarity in life

How to get more clarity in life

The whole month of May I have been asking myself: "What is my path?". A way of finding answers to our questions is by looking at signs that we are given. They are out there; only we need to sit still from time to time to actually become aware of them. So some others...

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Dealing with sound sensitivity

Dealing with sound sensitivity

The whole month of May I have been asking myself: "What is my path?". A way of finding answers to our questions is by looking at signs that we are given. They are out there; only we need to sit still from time to time to actually become aware of them. So some others...

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Coaching Yoga Teachers

Coaching Yoga Teachers

For a while I have been wanting to write to you about Yin Yoga, Acupressure, Acupuncture and Neurofeedback in relationship to Selective Sound Sensitivity (Misophonia). After having received the question: "Have you had any success helping people who suffer from...

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Collaborate instead of compete

Collaborate instead of compete

Have you just started teaching Yoga? Have you got about 0-2 years of teaching experience? Have you come across all kinds of challenges like long hours, low pay, all level classes, energy draining circumstances and still not being able to pay your bills? Do you need a...

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Teaching Yoga in Africa

Teaching Yoga in Africa

After having taught Yoga in Tofo in 2014, I realized I had the desire to go back, so I did In 2017. During this Yoga Travel Trip I learnt quite a few lessons. Some at a more personal level and other lessons were more about how to organize classes in Africa, teach them...

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The power of your gesture

The power of your gesture

Having taught Yoga in Mozambique in 2014 and 2017 has given me quiet some lessons. My main lesson? How to be creative whilst teaching Yoga in Africa and on how to approach my classes! In this blog I’d like to share with you what I have learnt from this current -...

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Sound Healing

Sound Healing

During dark and rainy days in Amsterdam, I felt the desire to go back to Tofo in Mozambique, where I had taught Yoga in 2014 and I decided to go back in 2017. Teaching Yoga abroad had been such a wonderful experience back then that I felt the urge to go back. In this...

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Sound Sensitivity

Sound Sensitivity

In the previous blog on Sound Sensitivity I asked myself the following questions: “What can we do to live a flexible, healthy and happy life in a world full of sounds?”. Like I said, I am on a quest myself to move from 'hating sounds' to 'loving sounds' again. It is...

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