The Adventurous Yogini
Health, Travel, Spirituality
Welcome to your resource for a life-changing spiritual journey. May you find what you need.
My name is Lucie and I am a writer, yoga teacher and student, and life-adventurer. Since my childhood I suffered from atopic dermatitis, a chronic skin disease, which lead me to study natural medicine, astrology, spiritual teachings, and yoga. I share my experience with yoga, travels, books, and health on this website.
Your guide to atopic dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis cure
Did you know we can control our genes? Through our way of life, we can either trigger or dampen genetic predispositions to certain conditions. Eating specific foods can regulate our genes and significantly help with atopic eczema.
Do you want to treat your atopic eczema purely naturally? Many natural therapies have long been used in traditional folk medicine, recently scientifically proven and have their deserved place in this book.
Have you already dealt with mental causes and purpose (!) of your atopic eczema?
This book explains all aspects of the disease that go deep to genetic and emotional causes. The book is based on the author’s life-long experience, on the knowledge of naturopathy and on the latest scientific evidence.
Your guide to the Czech Republic
Czech Republic – A Local’s Guide
With this guidebook, you’ll see the country by the eyes of a local and learn about remote places that are often left out. This guidebook is different, sincere, and personal.
I was born and have lived in the Czech Republic for most of my life, and thanks to my extensive travels, I know what kind of information you need to know when exploring a new country. You’ll get an insight into the real Czech culture, habits, mentality, politics, cuisine, and important historical context.
The book is intended for everyone who travels in order to expand their horizons and learn. Whether you’re a tourist or you’re planning to stay longer, you’ll get all the information you need to understand Czech Republic and have an enjoyable stay.
Apart from usual touristic information, you’ll also learn:
♦ what expats living in the Czech Republic have to say about their life here, and what peculiarities might cause you a culture shock;
♦ to always, ALWAYS take off your shoes when entering a Czech household;
♦ where the Easter tradition of men whipping women comes from;
♦ what life in communist countries used to look like;
♦ how Czechs feel about Germans and Russians (who occupied the country in the last century);
♦ where you find the best beer.
Genetic background of atopic dermatitis Atopic dermatitis has a strong genetic background. In recent years, several genes have been identified that are associated with atopic eczema. They are responsible for the structure and function of the skin barrier, epidermal...
I remember visiting Hanoi for the first time, unable to walk out of my hostel. The chaotic Vietnamese traffic seemed frightening to me. That’s when I learned the real meaning of the term „culture shock.“ I’ve overcome the shock eventually - and even visited Hanoi for...
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The charm of a yoga teacher training in India Doing yoga in India is a dream of many yogis, and it's obvious why: it's where it all began. When I got back from my yoga teacher training in India, I was happy I survived. The heat, the lack of sleep, bad nutrition, dirt,...
I chose to do my basic 200h yoga teacher course at Akshi Yogashala after an extensive research, having spent endless hours reading reviews of various schools. There are more than 1000 yoga schools and ashrams in Rishikesh, so choosing the right one may be a challenge....