Obviously quarantine has changed all of our lives, and if you aren’t an essential worker, you probably find yourself spending most of your time at home. Gyms and studios are closed, and if you live in an apartment in the middle of a city (like me), getting around and staying active is probably quite a … More How to stay fit during quarantine
These are weird, difficult times for us all and as many of my favorite coffee shops in Edinburgh are still delivering / open for take-away, I might post about that in order to support them in the following days. But before I do that, I am going to dedicate this post to a heart-warming phenomenon … More Virtual classes, virtual community
In my previous post I told you a little bit about my beliefs when it comes to nutrition, and also gave you a glimpse into the comments I get regarding my assumed eating habits as a (skinny) fitness instructor. Today I decided to share a few more thoughts and issue regarding body image as a … More Body image issues as a fitness instructor
It’s pretty funny that the two main topics in this blog are food (often times sweets) and fitness, but this combination is actually very indicative of my lifestyle. As I told you previously, I am a dancer and a dance, Pilates and Aerial yoga teacher. I live a very active life, training approximately 15 hours … More Work hard, play hard
As I started writing a post about coffee shops in Israel, a pretty typical post for this blog, I all of a sudden felt that it was a really shallow topic, absolutely unrelated to the things that have actually been on mind for these last couple of weeks. Although I don’t tend to share much … More When your body fails you
Aerial Yoga, or Antigravity, has become quite trendy in the last couple of years. It is considered to be a “softer” form of aerial arts, and its advocates will argue that it has been adapted for all people to try. A lot of classes are given at an open level or at beginners level, and … More Is Aerial Yoga your next favorite activity?
I love yoga. Usually when I’m in Israel I have a hard time fitting yoga classes into my very busy and active schedule, but in Edinburgh, my schedule wasn’t as tight. Pilates classes seemed to be less challenging than I’m used to, and there were less dance classes. That combined with the fact that the yoga … More Best Yoga classes in Edinburgh
So apart from being a coffee lover, a veganism advocate and a traveler, I am also a dancer, a dance teacher and a Pilates and aerial yoga instructor. My weekly routine consists of 10-15 classes, some of which are dance (both classical ballet and contemporary) and some of which are supplementary activities, like Pilates, stretch … More Pilates, Yoga and Aerial yoga in Tel-Aviv