Yoga guru Pushpa Bakshi in the Natrajasan pose.
Yoga guru Pushpa Bakshi in the Natrajasan pose. Chris Chan

Stir up life’s deep issues with yoga

DO YOU want to squeeze the absolute most out of life?

Then this column is for you.

My name is Pushpa Ajay Bakshi and I'm here to guide you on your journey.

Whether you are a full time mum, a professional, a student, an employee, an athlete or the CEO of a multinational corporation you need to stop and ask yourself the following three questions: What do I really want? What is stopping me from having it? How can I change my life right now?

Yoga helps me to focus and find my centre. It gives me the ability to focus on those important questions.

Yoga has suddenly become so hot, so cool, so very this minute.

It's exercise-cum-meditation.

It can be incredibly effective on a physical level.

It also encourages a better state of mind, increases concentration and enables personal growth.

I teach yoga and the testimonials from my students say it all:

"I quit smoking."

"I can sleep again."

Diet also plays a huge part in wellbeing - physical and emotional.

Each month I will share a delicious, healthy and easy-to-prepare recipe with you.

Remember life comes with problems built into it. It's about becoming strong enough to know how to handle those potholes when they arise.

If you have any questions you'd like answered please send them through to pb@kabc.com.au.

About Pushpa

Pushpa is a certified yoga teacher.

She is also a Reiki master and trained in natural healing.

Pushpa has travelled the world over the last decade as a senior leader for life coach and motivational speaker Anthony Robbins.



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