Herbal Magic

I discovered a super fine magical herb called triphala a few years back while digging my nose into a book by Kartha Singh Purkh called Herbal Defense. It was said to have amazing healing properties, w ...

Skinny secrets

I think the favourite pastime of all Bengalis is eating. We seem to have bottomless pits otherwise known as stomachs and mostly we like to eat foods, which indicate zero knowledge of nutrition. Sorry ...

Taking a glance at ashtanga yoga

In this lifetime, I have been blessed to practice a form of yoga known as Ashtanga. The practice combines physical postures with breath, specific gazing points and engagement of energetic locks in the ...

Taking a glance at Ashtanga yoga

In this lifetime, I have been blessed to practice a form of yoga known as Ashtanga. The practice combines physical postures with breath, specific gazing points and engagement of energetic locks in the ...

Respecting the goddess

Each time I travel somewhere out of Bangladesh (or go to certain villages here), I always marvel at the quality of clean air in places other than Dhaka. Aside from the happiness I have, knowing that I ...

Putting me first

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” ~ Audre Lorde Non-attachment I notice in my yoga practice and also in t ...

Sedentary no more!

Anika Rabbani is a certified yoga instructor who teaches at Studio107, Gulshan 2. Drop her a line at [email protected] or find her on Facebook “Anika's Yoga” or twitter @yoganika ...

Sedentary no more!

As you read this, I’m guessing you possibly are seated on a chair by your computer, or peering into your smartphone, or perhaps hunched up over a newspaper. If I were you, I would straighten my ...

Anika Rabbani

Anika Rabbani is a certified yoga instructor who teaches at Studio107, Gulshan 2. Drop her a line at [email protected] or find her on Facebook “Anika's Yoga” or twitter @yoganika.

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