Topic for my first blog article should have been my second trip to India, six weeks Goa, where I was doing a teacher training with my teacher Balu. I did not know what I was going to write about when I left, but a few days after arriving in Arambol I did – "the money problem". No, I did not miscalculate my finances, "the money problem" means, there was no cash in India.

As yoga is not focussing on cardio very much, running is a good addition to train it. Furthermore, running is a very simple method to exercise in nature in (nearly) any kind of weather conditions and is also a nice change to the yoga practice. But also ambitious runners gain a lot when they add yoga to their sport. How this works out, I will explain by means of three core components of yoga, which are part of the „Eight Limbed Path“.