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Name Yvonne
I speak English
German
Age 43
Gender Woman
Status Not single
Zodiac sign Cancer

About me

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I want to create my life as a continiously reminder to live in consciousness. Love and curiousity are my fuel to satisfy my spiritual needs. Human connections are essential for me I enjoy to be in the nature and with myself, being and spreading happiness.

My vocation

Enjoy being with family and friends and doing Mindfulness and Yoga practices :panda_face: :smiley:

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icon-wio Yvonne bookmarked the event En bici sense Edat
  • 23.08.2019 15:49:54
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
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Volunteer workshop to learn to ride a trishaw. It is part of the global movement Cycling Without Age.
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Cooperative with a social economy centred model. They are working democratically with a vocation for service, social and environmental commitment. They promote the bicycle as a means of ecological, economic, healthy transport and sustainable mobility.
Biciclot works with social entities, schools, institutes, educational centres, public administrations and individuals by offering mechanics courses, courses to learn to ride a bike and safe circulation and a self-repair space.
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Yvonne
icon-wio Yvonne wrote something in the It's all about happiness
  • 21.08.2019 15:53:39
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
What is your favourite Incense and why?

I tried all kind of incense sticks. But finally my favorite incense is the blue Nag Champa. It makes me happy and relaxed and feel like home. I also like the smell of Palo Santo but I'm always struggeling to keep it burning.

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  • 19.08.2019 18:43:25
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icon-wio Yvonne collected the Birthday gift! Look out for yours on your special day!
  • 19.07.2019 19:45:40
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icon-wio Yvonne wrote something in the Tools and Practices
  • 19.07.2019 18:05:10
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  • Barcelona
Reducing plastic

Those are my favorite helpers so far. Like @Calvin77 mentioned I also try to use a tote bag to go shopping. Also, I use a bag to buy vegetables without plastic, a bottle that I fill with filtered water, a cup of bamboo when we do a picnic and straws made out of metal. I also stopped using liquid Read more… soaps. Most difficult for me is to reduce packaging from food like cheese, tofu or yogurt. My kids love yogurts but not that much the one with glass to make my own one I didn't find the time yet. For the other items, I still need a solution.

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  • 19.07.2019 10:48:10
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icon-wio Yvonne wrote something in the Tools and Practices
  • 17.07.2019 12:06:31
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
Barcelona yoga conference - what can you expect there?

Now that I went I also need to say: yes it was really hot! So the other years it wasn't like this? Thanks for sharing @Thergreen

Yvonne
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  • 12.07.2019 9:36:24
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
Happiness - is my anker. a space to connect and come back.
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Barcelona Yoga Conference - Review
My first time at the barcelona yoga conference and it was an amazing experience. So many amazing attendees from all over the world, famous teachers, good food and great music.
I was touched by some of the teachers Patrick Broome, had good laughter in David Lurey’s class, got challenged by Dario Read more…Calvaruso, experienced new sensations with Juan Dong and flew away with Shiva Rea. Luckily I didn’t plan to attend many classes and I was asking myself how others could keep up with the amount of classes and different styles? Also sometimes it was hard for me to choose to which to go. Sometimes I just choose it by a preferred location. What was your favourite?
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JEngeleiter The first BYC - unforgettable
The BYC will take place for the 10th time next year. I guess the family will work even harder to make this conference amazing.
The 9th conference was a great event. I joined as karma yogini in the kitchen team, that cooked thalis with Vasu Dev. You do "lose" a lot of Read more… time while you can not attent the entire day. But it calls you out of bed for the first lessons and you can still join many good teachers. We had laughs, we debated in the kitchen and discussed while forming energy balls or hearts. Especially I could enjoy the kirtans on the stage right infront of the kitchen.
Besides the karma "doings" the inner me was amazed by my first live Krishna Das kirtan and his workshop. As well sometimes I sneaked into the classes to observe Patrick Broom or other teachers. I do love the variety of methods and insides. The two yin classes were so different and so inspiring at the same time.
The organization of the Festival is super good! Everything was set up, easy to find, to understand and it was easy to become a part of the BYC family.
Nervertheless I would like to see some changes: no waste. Sometimes I do doubt the consciousness of yogis and yoginis. Is awakening only a personal matter? Or do we serve a higher good in the end? And isn't such a good related to mother earth? A conference like the BYC could create a point in that matter.
For next year: try to be there : )
LikeEnriqueto, Calvin77, Candyand 2 more… · 17.07.2019 22:23:14
Dioulde
Dioulde What do I bring back from this year BYC, I would say the smiles and the connection with people!
My dog Miso would probably remember the heat!
How wonderful to see people sharing and discovering a part of the world of yoga together. Without judgement. Just with an open mind.
I am so grateful to Read more… have been invited to support the happiness.com project, to join this happy family who their goal is to make room for happiness in people’s (and animals!) life.
I loved to see people taking the time to sit with us, learn more about what we do, but most importantly, people taking the time to get to know each other.
So much, that I actually met a wonderful yoga teacher from Turkey who is actually a friend of someone I did my Jivamukti teacher training in India with a few years ago!
The world is small and full of surprises!
How wonderful it was to see how we could all work together, people from different trades, with different skill sets, from the vegan food truck, the kombucha bar to the essential oils parlour, pouring their heart into their passion. In all, people using their strength and together, collaborate on ultimately making our world a better place.
There is more to yoga than just the physical practice. Yoga means union. The people at BYC proved that we can all unite!
How could make this on a bigger scale? And/or more often?
We need more of this events, more of these platforms, connecting, celebrating life, celebrating being who we are, be happy!
LikeCalvin77, Candy, Julius · 16.07.2019 11:03:31
huma
huma I was there in the first 2 days and had a very good time. Seeing people's interest in happiness.com and getting to know many different people were so fulfilling. A session I attended was very interesting for me, NSR Self-Healing with Sebastian C.O. He showed Self Neuro Somatic Reprogramming Read more… techniques to reduce pain. I agree with Tine about the free stage. It was a great touch and was my favourite. Seeing people get carried away at one of the concerts was extremely heartwarming. I could feel the community connection there. Besides that, I also heard comments about the community bond from the people I talked to. It's very impressing that the event created such an international community!
I'm newly becoming a "yoga person", meaning that I'm a total beginner both of yoga and it's culture. I've always had been into sports and attending tournaments and loved the rush of those environments. The yoga conference reminded me of those environments, but a more mindful version of them. I wasn't expecting to feel that the conference environment resonates with me this much.
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Yvonne
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  • 06.07.2019 22:57:50
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
Morning routine

0.5-liter coffee sounds a lot @Enriqueto. Do you feel ok with it? I used to drink a lot of coffee in the morning, too. I thought that I wouldn't be able to wake up without drinking any. However, for several reasons, I changed that and I'm drinking now green or white tea in the morning. I realized Read more… that I have much more energy in the day.
Over time I tried out a lot of things to add in my morning routine. But it's difficult to keep up with a time-intensive morning routine, especially as I am having small kids that require my attention. So I finally stuck with waking up consciously (becoming aware of my body and mind) and stretch in the bed, later I also make my bed for the same reason like @gre 😆I love to eat 9 soaked almonds in the morning, which was recommended by my yoga teacher. after this, I brush my teeth and take a shower. If I wake up earlier I also do a bit yoga or meditation in the morning.

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  • 06.07.2019 22:21:08
  • female (43)
  • Barcelona
Morning routine

Thanks for sharing Steve. It completely resonates with me. happiness arrises after appreciation of the things that I have and be grateful for them. In the past, I mixed it up and thought I need to get somewhere to become happy.

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