Practice yoga in Laos, with Montse

You can find me teaching yoga at the Yoga in Vang Vieng studio in Laos, from 25th of September.

If you are planning to visit Laos this autumn, make sure to add Vang Vieng to your route. 

 


You are ready to make changes in your life, but…

you are too busy…  maybe you are a freelancer with a complicated schedule… or  maybe you have many responsibilities and have to make too many decisions a day and just need to let go… or maybe you are ready to embrace a healthier life style but don’t know where to start…
 
Sooo… that’s why yoga online and yoga retreats are the ideal solution for you.
 
Perhaps you’ve never tried yoga, or only have taken a few classes, or maybe you are drawn to meditation but don’t know where to start because ‘I can’t sit still!”
Sooo… try yoga online or a yoga retreat and find out if it’s for you.
 
You want to lead a more creative life and need to make more time to do the things that bring you joy,  but have a very demanding job with many responsibilities and can’t take time off for a full 90 class in a studio…
let me help you
    •  With a home practice online so you don’t have to go anywhere especial to do yoga.
    •  With a practice adaptable to your own time, with private online classes, or group classes you can replay at any time.
    • With set flows and routines that will free you from having to make decisions during your practice.
    • With short practices to use at different points during the day to give you a creativity boost, a reset to the day, or a great start for energy and focus.
    • With a friendly and safe guidance; available to answer your questions or doubts and to mentor you through your journey.
    • With emphasis on a safe and sustainable practice that works for you and your lifestyle.
    • With help finding out what practice is the best for you (and might not be with me) or for different moments and circumstances.

“Montse Gili takes the fear out of yoga and allows you to go at your own pace. She gets to know you and your body and gently pushes you, when she knows you can do more.  Always with warmth and humour. She has changed the way I practice yoga.” Alice Bunker-Whitney

“Today is your opportunity to make your tomorrow better. If you think of it from the point that your today is the result of your yesterdays, it’s clear that what you are doing today is either moving your forward or moving you backward. That’s why you want to grab today by the horns and make the most of it as you can. Do that enough times and you’ll start to see signs that your todays are getting better, which only sets you up better and better for tomorrow. You can find yourself in negative or positive spiral based on how well you are spending your days. Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.” – Dalai Lama