Hello, I’m Dini… a warm juicy welcome!

Thanks for checking me out before joining one of my workshops, retreats or teacher trainings to allow me to guide you deeper on your inward journey towards peace, love and utmost bliss. Let’s start with the Yoga. Rather cliché, I found Yoga to manage stress during university. Destiny was kind and led me straight to…

Rainbow Chai at the Bazaar

Our daily full and complete yoga practices have been following the chakras. It was no coincidence that on the day of Manipura, our inner sun and powerhouse, we had planned to explore Thirundum’s culture and bazaars. We hit the road, filled with a powerful sunrise flow and, as always, delicious breakfast served with ocean views…

Day 3 in Kerala

I open my eyes to the sounds of the Arabian Sea caressing Kerala’s sandy shores with it’s gentle waves. Fishing boats are bobbing in the not so far distance waiting for the morning catch. The Mohadzin starts singing his daily call for prayer from the nearby mosque. What an eccentric mix of people, cultures, religions…

First impressions of India

The 24 hours in Singapore came and went like a dream: A luscious spa and roof-top bath in the dim moonlight flickering through the misty air; a lazy morning after a great night’s sleep in the coziest white, fluffy hotel bed; a stroll through the miniature streets around Arab Street as the sweet little shops…

Vegan Bircher Muesli

The other day I wrote about the five koshas in yoga anatomy. Today, we emerge into spring with grounding. If music nourishes my open heart and bliss sheath (Anandamaya Kosha), Tantra strengthens my intuition and inner vision (Vijnanamaya Kosha), Meditation quietens my monkey mind (Manomaya Kosha) and Pranayam, breath work, balances my energy field (Pranamaya…