Diveagar

My accommodations in a remote village of the Konkan Coast are not for the faint of heart….I have a bucket and a faucet, that’s a plus.

My accommodations in Nasik were ‘very’ deluxe in comparison.

Oh and there is a spider the size of a bike helmut running around inside my room…

About EssentialYoga Studio

Roberta has been practicing yoga since 1988 and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She has trained under master yoga teachers Swami Padmananda, Patricia Walden, Manouso Manos, Father Joe Pereira, Zoë Stewart, Karin Stephan, Liz Owen and others. She continues to study with her Iyengar teachers, Patricia Walden and Peentz Dubble. Roberta has studied yoga at the Ramamani Iyengar Yoga Memorial Institute in Pune, India during June 2011, February 2014 and attended Abhijata's intensive in Pune, India December 2016. Roberta is currently enrolled in Peentz Dubble's two year Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Program. Additionally, Roberta completed training and certification with Elise Browning Miller as 'Yoga for Scoliosis' instructor. She completed a 500 hour Hatha Yoga Certification program with AURA Wellness Center and is registered with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 500. She has been a Certified Meditation Teacher since June 2007 and has been an Usui Reiki Practitioner since 1989. Roberta's Personal Practice Philosophy: Health issues have changed and deepened my practice. You will see many photos of me using a variety of props. On days I don't feel well, instead of saying, "I can't practice today", Iyengar Yoga has taught me to say, "How can I practice today".
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4 Responses to Diveagar

  1. Richard Hudak says:

    What strikes me about all such posts, Roberta, is that this is nothing like “roughing it” in the states. There’s always some public infrastructure to ward you off dangers, like avoiding the Hanta virus or the plague in New Mexico.

    There are all these dangers or nuisances to which the local populace is typically already acclimated, like the ants, for better or worse. Here we may rely upon the national culture to provide enough of an adaptation. There it’s all culture shock.

    Good on you for braving this and for having the wherewithal to share it with us.

  2. Lauren Remes says:

    Haha!! Get a cutting board and kill that spider!! Getting ready to head out and missing India already.

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