Be supported with your at home practice with Danielle guiding you through
My Daily Breath from the Alps!
Your daily breath practice is essential for growing your breath awareness and keeping your breath flowing and open after your 1-1 and group sessions.
This 16 minute audio session guides you into your session and out with 10 minutes of dedicated breathing. Let the sound of the mountains and Danielle's voice support you to relax and go deeper with your breath.
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Hand-selected & Handmade in India
I am a purest when it comes to handicraft traditions and have spent some time in Kashmir & Rajasthan (India) to understand their crafts and bring a small selection of beautiful handwoven & embroidered items from Kashmir; bamboo textile scarves; yoga mat bags, and Lululemon hairbands, to you.
Exquisite handwoven 50/50 pashmina/silk "chashm-e bulbul" stole from Kashmir. 150.-
This less frequently seen weave is done with silk & pashmina covering the surface with tiny lozenge shaped squares, earning it the delightful name of 'chashm-e-bulbul,' or "eye of the bulbul" (a bird). As this weave is a masterpiece of the weaver's art, it is normally not embroidered upon.
Pure wool ponchos with hand embroidered Aari work from Kashmir. 130.-
Kashmiri embroidery is known for the skilled execution of a single stitch, which is often called the Kashmiri stitch. Available in ivory and black each piece is a work of art with beautiful hand embroidered Aari work of flowers and leaves.
Ruby Cup 30.-
The Ruby Cup is a menstrual cup that is made of 100% medical grade silicon. Not only is the Ruby Cup healthy and safer to use than tampons, it saves the disposal of 11,000+ sanitary products, is cost-effective and it benefits schoolgirls in Nairobi, Kenya who receive a Ruby Cup at no charge with your purchase!
This social mission means that these girls don't need to miss a day of school because of their period.
Copper Tongue Scraper 10.- , mailed in Switzerland 11.-
A recommended daily practice in Ayurveda, tongue cleaning improves oral hygiene by removing bacterial build-up, food debris, fungi, & dead cells from the surface of the tongue. Using a spoon is not the same - it spreads the bacteria and doesn't get to the back and edges of the tongue like.
The bacteria & fungi that grow on the tongue are related to many common oral care & general health problems. In addition, decaying bacteria produce volatile sulphur compounds on the rear of the tongue and they account for 80- 95% of all cases of halitosis (bad breath). Your taste perception improves as well!
Copper may be the best metal to be used for tongue scraping is because the mouth is loaded with good and not so good bacteria. Copper not only seems to be toxic to the bad bacteria it also provides important enzymes that are needed for the healthy microbes of the mouth to survive. A copper tongue scraper will not only offer greater oral hygiene benefits while scraping the tongue it will also resist bacterial accumulation while not using the tongue scraper.
CD (Mantra) "Sharanam" with Johannes Vogt - 15.-
I met Johannes in India in 2009 when I was assisting on a Yoga Teacher's Training. I remember him singing bhajans accompanied by his guitar and thinking he had a wonderful voice and gift.
I was delighted when he released his first CD in 2016 which is simply beautiful. I use it regularly in my own classes and continue to enjoy kirtan with Johannes in Europe.
"SHARANAM means refuge, which give the mantras, songs and prayers on this CD!
May the CD bring peace to all listeners!" - Johannes Vogt
Click here to listen to a sampling of Sharanam songs.
In SANKALPA, the new album by Johannes Vogt, he is joined by friends as in his previous album Sharanam to bring a contemporary interpretation of Kirtan once again. The musician from the Black Forest touches the heart of the listener with his gentle voice. With the "Invocation" at the beginning, or even tracks like "Ganapati Moorya", Johannes follows on from traditional Temple Kirtan with fresh expression. Again and again different instruments are used.
This album offers an impressive blend of different elements and music styles through the harmonious combination of handpan, bansuri, strings and tabla. The English kirtan singer Daisy Bowman accompanies Johannes on several tracks including Gayatri mantra and the playful reggae version of "Jai Radah Madhava" where her voice adds warm soulfulness.