When it comes to yoga, a lot of misconceptions and myths always pop up, someone imagines cheerful girls in leggings with unreal stretching and says - well, no, I'm not flexible, this is not for me, someone thinks that yoga is for bright people on a diet of goodness and light, and, of course, does not want to count himself among them. It's not easy to figure it out.
What is yoga, how is it good and dangerous, how not to be crippled and permanently give up alcohol and other psychostimulants, how to find your teacher and not fall for marketing tricks, said yoga teacher Dmitry Sharushkin in the new issue of Rambler / Get-togethers. You can join his practices and learn more about yoga, meditation, nutrition and much more on his Youtube channel and website.
In the previous issue of Rambler / Get-togethers, the founder of the Surf Like Pro school Seva Shulgin and his student Grisha Ioffe, who found themselves in the midst of a pandemic in a Costa Rican village on the edge of the jungle, told how difficult it is to survive in this paradise, how to improve relations with the locals, why I didn't manage to return to my homeland and is it worth it to regret it.