Maddie Lynch
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THE ART OF VAGABONDING

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A VEGAN YOGI TRAVELLER

 
 
 
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follow your bliss

Life is too short to not be lived to the fullest.

I always knew that long-term travel was something that I've always wanted. I get itchy fit if I'm one place for too long, and constant change and new dynamics is definitely something that appeals to me. So that's when I decided that after completing my psychology degree, I would travel the world. And so I did. I've been lucky enough to see and experience so many beautiful countries and cultures, each of which holds a piece of my heart.

After living in Australia for a year (another long-term goal ticked off), I found myself adhering to achieving another goal of ending up in India to take a RYT 200 yoga instructor course. Yoga has always been an important aspect of my life, in keeping my mind and emotions balanced. Only since doing this instructor course, I have come to realise that yoga is SO much more than just the asana's, therefore opening up a whole new world for me. So my next goal is to continue my travels whilst teaching and practicing yoga regularly in beautiful countries around the world. Asides from yoga and travelling, my other passions and skills include diving, reading, vegan nutrition/cooking (I am a qualified sport and exercise nutritional adviser), reiki (I have been practicing reiki since 9 years old and currently hold a reiki level 2 qualification) and personal development and empowerment.

I have created this website to share my journey and hopefully inspire a few people along the way to live their lives to the fullest.

Hope you enjoy, Maddie x

 

"To take the world into one's arms and to act toward it in a soul-filled and soul-strengthening manner is a powerful act of the wildish spirit" 

-Clarissa Pinkola Estés (Women Who Run with the Wolves)

 
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Location

Current location: 
Hamburg, Germany

 

My current location is in Hamburg Germany, where I have recently moved after living in Dusseldorf throughout the summer. I will be living here for at least the next three years, teaching yoga and running workshops to help others to become their best selves.

 
 
 
To know the universe itself as a road, as many roads, as roads for traveling souls.
— Rolf Potts, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel
 
 
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