Self Love, Yoga and Valentine’s Day

Yoga and Valentine's Day

Andrea Bobby

Andrea is a teacher and lifelong practitioner of Classical Yoga. Born in Thanjavur, India, she now resides in Ontario, Canada with her partner and their two German Shepherds. As the founder of BODY MIND LIGHT, she strives to propagate the authentic, original wisdom of Yoga to the world through her ONLINE SHOP and her CLASSES & MEDITATIONS. Read more...

8 Responses

  1. Tom says:

    Hi Andrea,

    I love this article, so inspiring. I am a leadership coach and I talk a lot about believing in yourself, taking care of yourself and all in all loving yourself before we show the same for others. There are so many ways we can do this, and yoga is one of the most powerful ways.

    I must admit, I have not done yoga before but my girlfriend does it a lot and I love her for it. I workout and do muay thai, but maybe I need to add yoga in too.

    I will share this article with my girlfriend and with some colleagues to help me with my leadership message.

    Thank you for sharing and keep up the great work.

    All the best,


  2. Jason says:

    Hi Andrea. The wife and I were getting into our yoga for a while but its really fallen away since we had kids. A nice tip for Valentines Day mind you. Might score me a couple of useful ‘creativity’ brownie points so sounds like a plan. A great way to unwind as well.

  3. Arnaud says:

    Hi !

    very nice article. I am a new Yoga beginner and and was not aware that these postures favored self love.
    I strongly believe that self love is very important and it is the base for being a healthy mind in a healthy body.

    Furthermore to love anybody we must firstly be already in love with ourselves.


  4. Samantha says:

    Hi Andrea,

    Truly inspired, I love the way you related yoga and self love. I feel the longest and most intimate relationship we have is with our own self, so it’s so necessary we are kind to ourselves and feel beautiful for the way we are! Respecting, honoring, and caring for ourselves is something we all need to work on, yoga asanas mentioned in your article are overwhelming.

    And I strongly believe give yourself all that love you would give somebody else and unless you love yourself you cannot love any other person.

    This is the purest way to feel happy and fall in love with our life.

    Great work Andrea!


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