In her second food guide, Hannah Moss reviews the most important aspect of eating out in Mysore – coffee, cake, chocolate and ice cream. If you have a sweet tooth this one’s for you!
In this guest blog post Laurene describes her experience of attending a teacher training course with living legend Manju Jois in Brighton.
Hannah Moss’ in-depth guide to eating out in Gokulam provides an invaluable resource for Mysore’s yoga community and other visitors to the area. Now all you have to decide is where to eat first!
MC Yogi strikes back with his 3rd album. This time he’s running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the independent release of Only love is real. The Kickstarter video is awesome… Check it out.
28 days in Mysore have just flown by. We’ve had two festivals, amazing food, a stomach bug, intense practice and excruciating bodywork. It’s great to be back and reconnect with old friends and make new friends.
We’re in Mysore again after 10 months. This time we stay for 4 and practice with Sharath for 3 months. I’ll be blogging more about life in Mysore and tips for those interested in making the journey to practice here.