Choose a different region if you want to see the content for your location and shop online. We recommend:

Your cart

Oh no, your cart is empty

May 01,2020

by Oriana Kubinska

Join our live #MiistaMeditation Class with Vanessa Hong

Finding a way to work from home. Getting around the idea that we are our own entertainment. Getting into a new series, movies, books, and relearning how we interact with friends and strangers. Through apps, zoom meetings, and social media.

All of these efforts in the attempt to deal with the new feelings like the fear that we're experiencing when having to stay home for the foreseeable future. These last few weeks of a new reality have more than ever trained our attention to be “constantly oriented outwards”.

After the first wave of shock and readjustments, there is room for the next steps. Perhaps an improvement to our newly inhibited lives. These days of isolation are a great opportunity to start the fascinating project of discovering ourselves and developing our emotional intelligence.

6PM UK time, 7PM EU time, 1PM NY time, 10AM LA time (Add to calendar)

Meditation.

Meditation

Having taken care of stimulation in our own home, we want to conduct a bit of an experiment.

The goal is to direct your attention inwards instead of outwards.

Such practice can help us to release part of our tensions. As a consequence, we will have more energy and a greater capacity for focusing on our work. Mindfulness is one of the most socially and politically revolutionary tasks we can undertake.

We want to make a conscious effort to view all of these things we bestow upon ourselves from a new and healthier place, without feeling productivity-driven guilt.

Bonus.

The consistent practice of meditation heightens our empathic abilities. This is partly due to the fact that we’re less controlled by our fears (fear has the control to make us self-centered, worried about our tiny selves) and to have more “space” in our consciousness to see, and really see, the others.

How to start?

On that note we want to combine our efforts with an expert in the field, our friend to the brand, Vanessa Hong.

This Sunday she'll help us to start your week off right. Tune on this Sunday the 3rd of May at 6pm UK time.

All you need is 30 minutes of free time and a phone. The rest will fall in place.

Vanessa - Vanessa Hong, best known for her blog and Instagram platform The Haute Pursuit, has been a staple on the fashion scene since she started nearly 10 years ago. After devoting much of her career to fashion - in which she has played the role of designer, model, stylist, Vanessa has ventured onto her most exciting project yet: A podcast. @VanessaWantsToKnow launched on July 16th 2019, and celebrates all Vanessa’s passions: people, food, wellness, & business.

Tony a E-RYT 500 instructor , believes in the deep transformative power of a consistent yoga practice. He’s been teaching for a decade, having taught on training in NYC, Europe and Asia. Above all else, Tony has spent countless hours in self-study and practice, and considers himself a student first. Tony’s teaching style weaves in elements of Ashtanga, Bikram, Forrest, Dharma and Katonah Yoga. He uses pranayama, kriya and mantra to strengthen the connection to oneself.

May 01,2020

by Oriana Kubinska

Join our live #MiistaMeditation Class with Vanessa Hong

Finding a way to work from home. Getting around the idea that we are our own entertainment. Getting into a new series, movies, books, and relearning how we interact with friends and strangers. Through apps, zoom meetings, and social media.

All of these efforts in the attempt to deal with the new feelings like the fear that we're experiencing when having to stay home for the foreseeable future. These last few weeks of a new reality have more than ever trained our attention to be “constantly oriented outwards”.

After the first wave of shock and readjustments, there is room for the next steps. Perhaps an improvement to our newly inhibited lives. These days of isolation are a great opportunity to start the fascinating project of discovering ourselves and developing our emotional intelligence.

6PM UK time, 7PM EU time, 1PM NY time, 10AM LA time (Add to calendar)

Meditation.

Meditation

Having taken care of stimulation in our own home, we want to conduct a bit of an experiment.

The goal is to direct your attention inwards instead of outwards.

Such practice can help us to release part of our tensions. As a consequence, we will have more energy and a greater capacity for focusing on our work. Mindfulness is one of the most socially and politically revolutionary tasks we can undertake.

We want to make a conscious effort to view all of these things we bestow upon ourselves from a new and healthier place, without feeling productivity-driven guilt.

Bonus.

The consistent practice of meditation heightens our empathic abilities. This is partly due to the fact that we’re less controlled by our fears (fear has the control to make us self-centered, worried about our tiny selves) and to have more “space” in our consciousness to see, and really see, the others.

How to start?

On that note we want to combine our efforts with an expert in the field, our friend to the brand, Vanessa Hong.

This Sunday she'll help us to start your week off right. Tune on this Sunday the 3rd of May at 6pm UK time.

All you need is 30 minutes of free time and a phone. The rest will fall in place.

Vanessa - Vanessa Hong, best known for her blog and Instagram platform The Haute Pursuit, has been a staple on the fashion scene since she started nearly 10 years ago. After devoting much of her career to fashion - in which she has played the role of designer, model, stylist, Vanessa has ventured onto her most exciting project yet: A podcast. @VanessaWantsToKnow launched on July 16th 2019, and celebrates all Vanessa’s passions: people, food, wellness, & business.

Tony a E-RYT 500 instructor , believes in the deep transformative power of a consistent yoga practice. He’s been teaching for a decade, having taught on training in NYC, Europe and Asia. Above all else, Tony has spent countless hours in self-study and practice, and considers himself a student first. Tony’s teaching style weaves in elements of Ashtanga, Bikram, Forrest, Dharma and Katonah Yoga. He uses pranayama, kriya and mantra to strengthen the connection to oneself.