From delicious recipes that feed the soul to insightful blog posts that stimulate the mind, you'll find it all here.
Intended for those who have been diagnosed with (or suspect they have) endometriosis, these impactful sessions will support you in living with this condition.
Sometimes, we want to do (or think we have to do) more than we can actually take on.
These pancakes are one of my favorite ways to make use of the abundance of fresh strawberries in summer.
This recipe takes me back to Morocco, where I’ve led yoga retreats while traveling through the country.
No matter if the rage you feel is connected to perimenopause or not, journaling can be a really useful tool to help you process, understand and act on it.
Recently, my man and I somehow landed in an increasingly heated discussion about Dutch politics, of all things.
I’ve seen a few posts in my feeds recently about platforms that offer summaries of resources, and it struck me how this desire to learn everything - and to learn it at speed - goes against the way our human brains naturally learn.
Even though it's still snowing here in Berlin, springtime has officially started.
The nervous system is your body’s command center. It helps you detect, process and act on the millions of data points our bodies receive.
In my sessions, I'm being asked quite often about how to deal with disagreements in relationships.
I sat down this morning in my favorite chair, with blankets and tea, our cats close by, and poised with my favorite notebook, a blue one that reminds me of a crisp sky.
I can already feel it in the air: the slight chill on the breeze, the cold starting to bite the tip of my nose.
Food is such a big part of our lives. Beyond the practical needs of sustaining our bodies with nutrients, what we eat - and how we eat it - can feed not only our bodies but also our souls.
Back in September 2010, burlesque star, model and businesswoman Dita Von Teese tweeted, "You can be a delicious, ripe peach and there will still be people in the world that hate peaches".
Across decades and demographics, the answer to what sexual liberation looks like takes a lot of different forms.
Chronic pelvic pain affects daily life in many ways, one of them being your relationships.
Whether they’re physical, material, sexual, emotional or psychological, setting your boundaries is a healthy thing to do.
Moving my body in a way that supports my cycle has helped me tremendously in managing both endometriosis and adenomyosis.
Truly heavenly brownies without any sugar, maple syrup or any other syrupy stuff… it’s possible!
In these past few days, I received more messages than usual from people who are going through a particularly rough time.
To support you as we flow into and through fall, I've written down some thoughts for you to explore.
What boundary setting can look like (and why it feels so hard to do).
When I initially shared about my endometriosis diagnosis, I received many messages of loving support.
A gorgeous, filling and quick salad for sunny days.
Cold, grey and rainy. These days call for warming soups. Such as this one, from my book ‘With a Pinch of Yoga’.
A long, long time ago, in a country far, far away, where the forests are very thick and dark, and the rivers very swift and strong, there once lived a woman.
Golden Milk, or turmeric milk, has become quite popular lately. And for good reasons.
Irina emits a healing energy that just feels good to be with. Each time we've met, I've relaxed into her presence, openness, authenticity and ability to offer support. She has helped me gain the perspective I needed to be more compassionate and gentle with myself. If you're ready to do the hard work of personal growth, I'd highly recommend partnering with Irina.
For me, it was a very magical experience to see how Irina could feel where my body's energy was 'stuck' and how she could guide me through unblocking it. In the end, I just felt the energy flowing through my body in a part where I don't think I ever felt it flowing like that before, or at least not for the last years that I can remember. I literally felt like my body was saying, "hello, there you are!".
I went into our first session feeling disconnected from my femininity, having had a long history of feeling stressed and anxious and not caring for myself enough. After putting Irina's advice into practice between sessions, I feel so much more connected to myself, aware of my cycle, and much more of a woman than ever.