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Berlin: YogaCircle Berlin / Yogamazé 300 Hr Teacher Training (Assistant)

Stephen will be in Berlin this spring to assist his teacher, Noah Mazé, during Noah’s 300 Hr Teacher Training at YogaCircle Berlin. Stephen will be with Noah in February and April to assist the TT. He will lead a few public classes at YogaCircle Berlin during this time. Stay tuned.

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Goodbye To Berlin

Ignoring the classes of mine that Jane has been to, we have only been to one yoga teacher’s class twice on this whole trip. Jelena Lieberberg teaches at Spirit Yoga in Berlin, and is also a lululemon Ambassador (like me). She teaches in German, but is able to communicate what she is asking so clearly […]

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Little Headaches

In general, I’m a pretty calm person. I can handles life’s big events, like job interviews, moving house, and travelling around the world by bike, with a fairly high degree of equanimity. It’s the little everyday things that get me stressed out. You know, things like going to the dentist and the post office. Guess […]

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Cabin Fever

We arrived in Berlin more than one month ago, and soon, very soon, we will leave for China. This is the longest we have been stationary since March. The weather in Berlin is getting colder, the days are growing darker. Our To Do list is slowly getting shorter, which means we have been staying in […]

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Gratitude

When you set out to do something big, you often think “I am going to do this”, “I am going to accomplish that”. But nothing big is achieved by one person alone. Every effort is an effort of “we”. Sure, Stephen and I rode 6,447 km in Europe, but WE – every reader of this […]

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好久不见

Long time no see, or hǎo jiǔ bu jiàn in Chinese, seems like an appropriate calque to use today. You see, I have never seen China. However, in a little more than one week, Jane and I will arrive in Beijing. Yes, it is true. We are officially going to China!!! Our passports are back, […]

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What It Means To Be Free

Woke up to the sound of tribal drums beating in the distance. Once again, I thought my Game Of Thrones reading marathon had finally gotten the better of me. But no! It is the Berlin Marathon! I leaped out of bed, pulled on whatever clothes were lying around, grabbed the camera, and ran outside. The […]

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Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

Nearly 80 years ago, despite outcry from around the world, the Olympic committee decided the Olympics should go ahead as planned, in Nazi Germany. Since we all know now that the IOC have taken a bribe or two in their time, I assume that at some point Hitler sent a few henchmen to visit various […]

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It’s Oktoberfest!

Do you know what happens when you’re in Germany in October (and late September, as it turns out)? That’s right. Oktoberfest! The world’s most famous place to drink very large beers. OK, so the real Oktoberfest happens in Munich, but that doesn’t stop the people of Berlin from gathering in Alexanderplatz to shiver in the […]

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Half A Year and Half A World Away

It is six months since spring was springing and we arrived in Rome to begin our journey. We have travelled almost 7,000 km through 15 countries to end up here, in Berlin, as winter creeps into the city. We hope to find out in the next 24 hours if we have passed the next hurdle, […]

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