Author Archives: Michael Schaller

“Vienna is not only worth the trip, but also a few minor sins.” Dear Konstantin, I am writing to you about my first stop on my journey: Vienna! Are you all well? Even though I’ve only been on the road for two days, I already miss my family and especially you! So yesterday I landed at Vienna International Airport and then took the train to the center of Vienna. As you probably know, Vienna is the capital of Austria with over 1.8 million inhabitants and is characterized by buildings from the Wilhelminian era, Baroque and Art Nouveau. As the imperial capital and residence of the Austrian Empire, Vienna was one of the cultural and political centers of Europe in the 19th century. Like Kärntner Strasse and Kohlmarkt, the so-called Graben is a luxurious shopping mile in the city. But don’t worry – I haven’t bought any expensive designer clothes yet!…

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For those of you who are interested in German-speaking culture, I would like to publish Natascha’s German letters and emails. In the first episode of her travelogue, Natascha describes the departure from her homeland! I wish you much fun! Dear Eva, I was very happy about your last letter and of course I thank you very much for your invitation! I now work for a large company in the capital and think that a few weeks vacation would be good for me. I also asked my boss and he spontaneously gave me three weeks off, so that I can visit you. I will be happy to take the time to look at your city of Vienna and also Salzburg. I don’t just want to visit Austria, I also want to spend a week in Germany! I would love to go to Munich and Berlin one day. If possible, I would like to travel to Switzerland too!  I’m really…

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Yoga(Sanskrit योग IAST yoga m.; from yuga ‘yoke’, yuj for: ‘yoke, loop, tense up, harness’ is a philosophical teaching stemming from India that includes a series of physical and spiritual practices or workouts such as yama, niyama, asanas, pranayama, pratyahara, meditation, kriyas and asceticism. The term yoga can mean “union” or “integration” as well as “harnessing” (cf. “yoking”) and “tensing” the body to the soul for concentration and concentration or for becoming one with consciousness will. Because every path to self-knowledge can be called yoga, there are numerous names in Hinduism for the different yoga courses, which are adjusted to the respective personalities of those striving for self-knowledge. Yoga is one of the six classical schools (darshanas) of Indian philosophy. There are various forms of yoga, typically with their own philosophy and practice. In Europe and North America, till recently, the term yoga was frequently only comprehended to mean physical…

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Mag. Schaller has organized numerous successful online coachings and courses in the past and can therefore refer to years of experience in implementation. Video meetings without registration or download possible! Arrange an appropriate schedule and participate wherever you are – also at work or from home on a laptop, tablet or even smartphone! Save fuel, time and money! You can also share presentations, work materials or drafts in your conference call. Chat in a team or 1:1 and review results together. Use the full functionality of Skype TM to fasten and strengthen your progress! Care for your health and privacy! Michael, Coach & Language Tutor. Get in touch via Michael’s webpage: https://www.lernstudio-schaller.eu We assist you with establishing a way to attend Mag. Schallers’ counselings and courses online. Thomas, Health psychologist. Get in touch via Thomas’ webpage: http://www.klinischer-psychologe.at Facebook Page & Group with over 35.000 English learners Join our rapidly growing…

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We seek closeness, but do not want to be harassed. Need proximity but also freedom. It is best if we have a partner that matches our proximity distance model. If you are looking for a partner, you are looking for one that matches our proximity distance model (our notions of proximity and distance). “Why I cannot show my partner as much love as he does?” If you are looking for a partner, you are looking for one that suits our proximity distance model. Some have the idea of ​​a partner who is always on their side, others have the idea that the partner must fight for her or others dream of a relationship in which you have enough freedom for hobbies, etc. When we are single and get to know someone, we often unconsciously pay attention to their proximity behavior, e.g. his body movements, posture. If his sewing pattern corresponds to…

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