A little yoga break on the farm while I wait for the heat of the day to pass to get back to work. Listening to all the chickens, birds, insects, and leaves as the wind blows. #mykindayogamusic
Bathe yourself in the spontaneity of the moment. Train yourself to pause in the moments between movements, between thoughts, between our inhale & exhales....
Oh my gosh, is it possible to live in this body suit forever!? 🤤🧡 Hands down the most comfortable outfit I have EVER practiced in. 🙌🏻 @imbodhiwear
Estoy en este lugar con el corazón desbordado de agradecimiento y me pregunto cómo lo hice para merecer esto.
Día 5 !!! Reto cumplido 💪🏼 !! @danielasarfati
nos cuenta un poco de su experiencia en el #VedaYogaChallenge
y los invita a todos a practicar yoga 🕉 que tengan lindo fin de semana !
A little flashback to 3 years ago when I was rockin my #32week
Sebastian belly. Time really does fly by and I really miss it. #flashbackfridays
Friday plans: Netflix & Chillax. You? 📷: @ps.ny
I express myself through movement. my monkey mind is quiet and there is just me, my breath and movement with my body. this is why I need my own daily yoga practice. all emotions come out and I feel reconnect to my true self.
wearing the beautiful yoga pant from @lotuscrafts_meditation
Your “lat” muscles, or latissimus dorsi are the largest of all back muscles. They are located in the mid back/mid side body and they work by rotating, adducting, and extending the arms, as well as pulling the arms back and down toward the hips. The lats are an incredibly important part of helping stabilize the core in most inversions and arm balances. They are also the primary stabilizers in “floating” in/out of poses like fwd fold to chaturanga, or down dog to fwd fold, etc... Strong lats = a strong, floaty, and stable practice. Dog push-ups are a great way to target and train the lats. 🔸 Start in a short down dog. 🔸Keeping the elbows wrapped in, shift forward, coming to your toes, and move the upper body forward just enough to feel the lats engage. Keep the elbows in! Notice it’s a small range of motion - just enough to feel the lats engage. Increasing the range of motion (head too far forward or down near the ground) will activate the shoulders and traps and splay the elbows out. We want to limit the range of motion and hyper focus on the lats. 🔸Move in a slow controlled motion and hold at the bottom for 3 seconds. Do a few sets of 3-7 reps and start floating like a butterfly 🦋. A really strong, kick ass butterfly 💪
Iceland, you’re just great 😍
for this great idea.
I am grateful for:
1. Being able to wake up every day
4. Food...we all know this
5. Yoga and all it brings to my life
The one thing I am working on is accepting me for me. I am what I am and will not be what you want or think or need. I will be me for me, first. If I can be me and take care of me then I can take care of others too.
25 miles of biking a couple of handstand on way back home. Beautiful sunset by the Lake Michigan. Life is good.)
“To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”
― Gautama Buddha
Your mind and your body are interconnected in so many ways. Don't treat them as separate entities!