Right from the outset there were several goals very close to founder Anica Herrmann’s heart: to incorporate local Moroccans into the business, to train them, and to treat them fairly, thus enabling them to better their own living conditions as well as pursue their paths actively and autonomously. Empowering to sustainable change…
Find yourself surrounded by golden dunes dancing in the wind and sparkling as caressed by the sun. Gifted with tranquility, embarking on a journey to inner peace and calm.
Blogpost published @ ONEOFAMIND.net by LARA PETERSEN
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…
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…
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.
Winter is already wearing you down? Then don’t wait any longer and book now your yoga trip to Morocco with NOSADE!
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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 & the unknown, will find what they are hoping & apparently seeking for.
Anything is possible in Morocco. Anything! It’s the daily surprises, the contrasts, the sense of community among friends and in families that fascinate me. It’s the high levels of flexibility, openness, patience that are demanded of me and that open my heart and spirit every single day.
With NOSADE you will have the opportunity to learn to play traditional drums in a number of upcoming workshops, instructed by a Moroccan musician in the uniquely peaceful atmosphere of the Sahara desert or the inspiring surrounding of a traditional Moroccan Riad in Marrakesh.