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Malta Yoga Masterclasses with Dini on 3, 4 & 6th Sep’15

Chilling near Elounda in Crete, next to an ancient leper colony and fascinating fortressed island, I’ve had time to update my yoga schedule. If you happen to be in Malta early September, I hope to see you at one or all of the events below:

Vinyasa Flow, Thursday 3 September 7-8h30 pm

An invigorating session which will include it all: Flow, strength, balancing, reversing, relaxing and more. Not suitable for absolute beginners. More info and updates on Facebook.

Yin Yoga, Friday 4 September 7-8h30 pm

A soft, simple and meditative session made up of long-held seated poses, providing the opportunity to cleanse deeply and let go of anything no longer of use to you on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. More info and updates on Facebook.

Donation: Both classes above are 15 Euros each, or 25 Euros if you attend both. Only advanced booking (email) and payment will safe your spot. Spaces are limited.

Yoga Masterclass: Yin, Yang, Meditation & Pranayam, Sunday 6 September, 10am-12pm

A unique and extraordinary two hour yoga session including

– powerful Pranayam to unleash any knots from your subtle energy channels

– invigorating Vinyasa sequence to boost your Pranic flow

– rejuvenating Yin Yoga to turn inwards and slow down

– meditation & Chakra cleanse to nourish your body, mind, heart and soul

Donation: 20 Euros. More info and updates on Facebook.

Logistics: All classes are held in the beautiful settings of Lily Agius Arts Gallery, 54 Cathedral Street Sliema (two minute walk from Zara’s near the ferry terminal). Please advice in advance if you need to borrow a yoga mat.

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Pictures taken by beautiful Angela from H is for Happiness Photography whose guest post we can look forward to here soon.


108 Sun Salutes – Malta did it!

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Well done! So grateful to be part of this. Thanks to everyone who joined Michelle and I – near and far. Fantastic energies. Bring it on 2015!


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The hustle, bustle and creativity everywhere on the island was one of the first things that struck us, after having spent four months in Greece and Sicily. Whilst I love those countries also, and cherish their culture which is tightly linked to old customs and traditions, it is this latter attitude that also seems to hold them back. The old is to be cherished, respected and learnt from, for sure, but not at the expense of embracing the new and surrendering to the non-avoidable fact of constant change.
This is something Malta has not been able to ignore. Throughout history, change has been the only constant in this little nation’s backdrop. Today, one can feel this in flexible, adaptable attitudes of people and places. Construction everywhere. New shops, galleries and cafes popping out in random holes along old city walls. Proud Maltese arts and crafts and other products inspire locals and internationals alike. The air breathes freshness and inspiration. The Maltese cannot but exhale fully and completely to allow all this new energy in. I breathe. I smile. I dance. I am happy. This island does the same.
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Sicily by night

Siracusa by night

Siracusa by night
Siracusa by night

A text from our friends:

Already in airport in less than an hour. My bus driver chased another bus in the small streets of Catania. Then blocked the street, then told me to jump on that other bus. The other bus driver stopped at the next ticket machine, got out to buy me a ticket and then gave it to me to validate. Then took me to the airport. So nice! Italian service, and always with a smile.

We could tell plenty of stories to try and describe the incredible friendliness we’ve encountered in Sicily, but still wouldn’t do these jolly folks any justice. Blessed may they be. If everyone had a share of their savoir-vivre, generosity and happiness, the world would be a much better place!

Marzamemi by night
Marzamemi by night
Marzamemi by night
The Sicily we left behind