Blog posts • Oct 01, 2017 06:45 GMT
The sun maybe shining over Berlin, but fall has arrived in the German capital and decided to stay. So, if autumn can visit us, then why shouldn’t we be able to visit summer – pack our bags and head into the African sun, to fascinating Morocco…
Blog posts • Aug 26, 2017 07:15 GMT
In March this year, NOSADE hosted its first Green Marrakech Retreat: The first run of this inspiring new retreat format has been great fun and made Arabian Nights fairytale dreams come true! With a group of 15 yogis we’ve spent an amazing week in and around Marrakech…
Blog posts • Aug 12, 2017 17:42 GMT
10 Days Yoga Travels to Morocco’s most beautiful Sights: Marrakech, Sahara Desert & Drâa-Valley – a Travel Report about a unique yoga retreat experience…
Blog posts • Mar 07, 2017 08:15 GMT
It all started with a great love for Morocco and the drive to preserve the beautiful cultural heritage of the local people before it all became a multi-dimensional fashion business called ABURY...
Blog posts • Feb 24, 2017 08:45 GMT
With a great team of yoga teachers, we focus our teaching styles on bio-mechanically correct movement patterns and holistic well-being, motion and strength, breathing technique, classical yoga philosophy, spirituality and meditation, as well as on therapeutic aspects of yoga.
Blog posts • Feb 17, 2017 16:00 GMT
Istanbul born yoga teacher Füson Folger has opened a beautiful yoga studio called enso yoga in Berlin’s Mitte district. In October 2017 Füsun will come to Marrakech accompanied by students from her yoga school to teach for NOSADE at our Green Marrakech Retreat. We have asked Füsun a couple of questions to learn more about her...
Blog posts • Jan 29, 2017 16:00 GMT
Taking a sharp left at kilometer 31 in the Ourika valley is well worth it, as this is where Paradis du Safran can be found. Christine Ferrari, a lovely and sincere Swiss lady, runs an organic saffron plantation here that is definitely true to its name...
Blog posts • Dec 11, 2016 18:47 GMT
Moroccan cuisine is rich in spices, veggie friendly, and, as I was about to find out, not really that hard to emulate. So I booked a cooking class with Ouafa, whose incredibly tasty tajine I had been fortunate enough to try before...
Blog posts • Nov 20, 2016 19:33 GMT
What I like most about the cafes in Marrakech? They have so much light and air, plants, wood, and bright colors. The menus are modern-Moroccan, sometimes even organic and on the whole grain side of life. Whether in a roofgarden or a comfortable inner courtyard, you are outside breathing fresh air, surrounded by beautiful things that are both inspiring and grounding at the same time.
Blog posts • Nov 13, 2016 10:00 GMT
You cannot immerse yourself into foreign cultures just by reading about them, you ought to experience them. That's how things got rolling. My eyes widened when the cab driver picked me up at the airport and – within minutes – tossed me into a world that, while it took some getting used to, has grown so incredibly dear to me by now...
Blog posts • Jul 05, 2016 15:15 GMT
When ever I talk to people about doing Yoga in Morocco they are surprised about this fact: Yoga with this hustle and noise level? Yoga in an Islamic country? Not to mention all other cultural prejudices about Morocco. The ones who decide to take the adventure, to open up for the difference, the eventual discomfort and the unknown, will find what they are hoping and apparently seeking for.
Blog posts • Jun 10, 2016 17:30 GMT
Anything is possible in Morocco. Anything. It's the contrasts, the sense of community among friends and in families that fascinate me. It's surprises and the unexpected that prevent everyday life from ever getting boring. It's the high levels of flexibility, openness, patience that are demanded of me and that open my heart and spirit every single day.
Blog posts • Jan 22, 2016 18:00 GMT
Silence is that warm hug that no one can give, except an empty space that brings you far away from everything but closer to yourself, away from any cause of "interruption connection inner self“.
Blog posts • May 24, 2015 08:03 GMT
Arriving in Marrakech feels like being taken in its arms like a prodigal son. The air is like silk and the sounds and scents are intoxicating the senses. It seems hard to find a focus in this sea of seething life, bustling action, loud shouts and its feverish, everlasting and never ending circle of boiling life.