A Quick Visit to the City of Pines

We planned to celebrate my birthday in Tagaytay but work got in the way, requiring me to be in Baguio by the 28th of February.  Since it was impractical to travel to and fro Baguio and go to Tagaytay during the weekend, we decided to cancel our hotel reservations and planned our stay in the…

Reverse Prayer

This pose reminds me of progress.  This pose used to be inaccessible; having very tight right shoulder from years of playing badminton.  My right wrist used to hurt whenever I come into this pose.  I am grateful for the journey of patience and discipline.  Namaste. Travel Tales of a Yogini.  The Manor, Baguio, Philippines Related…

Lord of the Dance

The majestic view of Mt. Mayon is breathtaking.  Amidst volcano rocks and this awesome backdrop, dancing this pose was a humbling experience. Travel Tales of a Yogini.  Mt. Mayon, Philippines READ MORE:  Playing Hide and Seek with a Shy Volcano  

Warrior III

Such a difficult pose to maintain.  Strength, balance, grace…The hardest part for me is to keep those hips facing downward while lifting the leg up high and keeping balance.  TOUGH. Travel Tales of a Yogini.  Misibis Bay, Philippines. READ MORE: A Night at Misibis Bay READ MORE:  Top 3 Favorite Yoga Poses

Wild Thing Pose

By far, my favorite photo from the travel tales of a yogini series.  I realize I need to work more on my backbend and I have yet to learn a lot to deepen this particular pose.  But looking at this photo made me realize how graceful I can look when I am not self-conscious.  This…

A Review of Misibis Bay

This chronicles our one-night, two-day stay at Misibis Bay, a private tropical hideaway built on a pristine stretch of beach along the southern tip of Cagraray island in Bacacay, Albay, Philippines.  This vacation forms part of the hubby’s birthday celebration.  Misibis Bay is a 5-hectare island resort.  We came here via a 50-minute flight form Manila…