Learning to Breathe

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7 Responses

  1. Trey says:

    And now you know, beyond any doubt, that you don’t like being in the weeds! Isn’t that incredibly awesome? There is literally no other way you could have determined that to the degree of accuracy you now possess, except by doing exactly what you are doing! I think the whole thing, including the misery, is wonderful. It sounds much like my four months in Russia, actually. Good times!

  2. Margaret says:

    I’m so inspired by your travels! I would love to complete a yoga course in Nepal!! Can you send me the website/details of the class you are taking?

    • Mila says:

      Margaret – I found the course through bookyogaretreats.com, and there are a bunch of retreats on there for Nepal. The school I am at is called Rishikul Yogshal. I am still reserving judgment on whether I would recommend it to anyone, but maybe it will totally redeem itself by the end.

  3. Javier says:

    Thank you Mila for your answer. I understand your mixture of feelings and I recognize myself in some of your words. In some travels I did I had experience this. I’m glad that Nepal give you these new wiew.
    Breathe walk and cycle 😉 and don’t forget to smile

  4. Jipe says:

    It was so nice to breath by cycling together between Allepey and Cochy in India. For me (solo cycling since 2 months) a real pleasure to meet you on the boat. Ok i have a Dahon Bike and not a Brompton. No matter , we are on the same vibe! Light Riding and discovering the world. Mila, Do’not change anything : cycle, yoga and smile with Dmitry !!!!

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