Ash-tanging out

Bali hasn’t managed to get rid of us yet and we still keep making friends with all manner of interesting people from all over the world. Committed Ashtangis Nathan and Rachel live and work in Cambodia and are two of the kula from our Ashtanga immersion at the Ashtanga Yoga Bali Research Centre

Marrying in 3 weeks with a Buddhist ceremony (no invite) and flying back soon, these two love-starlets shared a breakfast with us at the island-renowned, Yellow Flower Cafe in Penestanan. They’re both so much more than Ashtangis. Rachel does very worthwhile development work with kids in Cambodia for UNICEF and Nathan is a writer and journo.

Check out Nathan’s personal article and Ashtanga video, Yoga is a Revolutionary Act. Sharing a similar philosophy to our Ashtanga immersion teacher, Anthony, ‘Prem’ Carlisi, Nathan convinces us here that The Only Way Out Is In.

Anthony Prem Carlisi with Nathan A Thompson and Collette Davis of The Mat Movement

From left to right: ‘Prem’ Carlisi, Annelie, Nathan and Collette share coconuts and quips after Ashtanga Yoga Mysore at the Ashtanga Yoga Bali Research Centre.

Click on the link or the video to watch Nathan on the mat and read his article, Yoga is a Revolutionary Act. Best of luck for the big day, guys.

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Read more about our Ashtanga immersion at the AYBRC here.

Check out Nathan’s personal writing and freelance journalism website here.

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