☆ GRATITUDE ☆
Ce que j'aime dans les formations ce sont tous ces échanges avec différentes personnes que l'on ne connaît pas,
Chacun vient pour différentes raisons,
Chacun entend et écoute à sa façon,
Chacun partage un peu de soi,
Merci à tous les profs qui sont redevenus des élèves pour ces deux premiers jours de formation Yoga Fondations ... De quoi êtes vous reconnaissants?
The Peace /Shanti Prayer from the Vedic tradition🙏❤️🙏☮️🕊🌎✌️ May there be Peace in the heavens,
May there be Peace in the universe,
May there be Peace on earth,
May there be Peace in the waters,
May there be Peace in plants that nurture us and keep us healthy,
May there be Peace in the trees in the forests,
May all sentient beings and Devas be at peace,
May Bhrama, the creator be at Peace,
May there be Peace in all directions,
May there be Peace in Peace,
May there be Peace in me.
Shanti Shanti Shanti - Peace Peace Peace ❤️ This is my translation of this beautiful Shanti Mantra for Harmony and Peace 🌟🌎💫 #prayer#peace#prayerforpeace#meditation#yoga#shanti#vedas#reikiwithnona#healingpeacejoy#jsj#jsjandnona#louisvilleky
Émerveille toi ! De la neige mais aussi de chaque petit détail que la nature a à offrir ! Du ciel, des nuages, du soleil et de la lune, des arbres, des plantes, des animaux, d'un sourire, d'un battement de cœur, d'une respiration... Profite, la vie c'est en cet instant précis ! Sois heureux 💕🙏
FreedOM🧜🏽♀️ ~What does freedom mean to you? •
• One day left to enter for a yoga tank top like this FreedOM one from @treelanceyoga !! You can find the giveaway on my page. May your day be filled full of freedom!! 🦋 #freedom
A view into what I do with myself if my shoulder is feeling off, it was tweaks [email protected] sliming and shoveling and no wonder!
1) right shoulder is tight and so I sat in this pose bound up for about 5 minutes breathing to open the connective tissue
2) using a yoga strap a little wider than shoulder width held taut I raised it up over head and behind myself without altering my spine, therefore if I needed to wiggle to move it back and forth I’d widen my arms.
3) a side neck stretch as the scalene muscles were playing a part in the discomfort I was feeling
4. End shot my shoulder ended in much better alignment and I am happy to report all is feeling much more tigidy boo 😊🙏🏻
I have openings in my teaching schedule if you would like suppprt working out and addressing alignment issues I teach in person and remotely with Zoom integrating #yoga#pilates and #gyrotonic® #innerflobodyworkdoulacareandmovementstudio#shoulderworkout#realign#skateskiing
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Do you breath in inspiration from your surroundings?
As I've been here, I've been enjoying every moment.
But I've also been inspired.
Inspired to be able to live in a place like this year round
To be able to visit here for as long as I wish
And in that inspiration brought motivation
To be more
Give more back
Make this a reality
So be ready for a lot more content creation
Porque no nos cansamos de las actividades que nuestra zona nos tiene para ofrecer!
Sólo a 1.5 horas de Matanzas podrás disfrutar con Blue Point y hacer Wakeboard en el Lago Rapel! 🌞
No hay mejores panoramas
Day 23 of #30dayyogajourney is #janusirsasana
I generally don’t practice this pose too often, mostly because I like to limit the amount of forward folding I do and also because I have pretty flexible hamstrings (unless my back is out then everything tightens up lol).
Working in a military library, I get a lot of questions about the Commandant’s Reading List. When I give recommendations, my patrons just look at me and go, “Wow, you know a surprising amount about the Marine Corps and the CMC reading list.” No shit, Sherlock.
Happily, the reading list has gone through something of a revamp since I was in, with more um…readable books that don’t make you want to stab your eye out. Don’t get me wrong, the dry stuff has valuable information, but holy hell they are drier than 29 Palms. I mean, at least 29 Palms gets rain every so often.
Anywho, today’s book is Dereliction of Duty by H.R. McMaster, about the chain of events, cover-ups and lies that led to the Vietnam War. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s been on my TBR for forever and I’ve heard nothing but great things about it. -
Maybe this year is the year I finally sit down and crack it open.
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Het moment in de middag dat je trek begint te krijgen. De snackmonster is wakker en wil vreten!!! Je trekt de kast open of je loopt naar de snoepautomaat. Chips, chocolade, koekjes, maar das natuurlijk niet altijd een goed ideetje.
Dit is een favoriet op mijn lijstje healthy snacks: banaan met pindakaas! Vult enorm en is helemaal zo slecht nog niet.
Links: banaan, pindakaas en ruwe cacao
Rechts: banaan, pindakaas en sambal (ja.. want sambal4life)
De bus Pringles Hot n Spicy will live another day!
Monica Sacco is back!
Wine down Wednesday 🧘♀️ 🍷
Come join us on
January 30th at 7pm $15 members $20 non members “Candlelight stretch”
60 mins of stretches, yoga, candlelight’s, warmth in the room and relaxing music to help loosen and move your tight muscles.
Allow this time to be peaceful, and restorative for your body and mind.
Don't miss this week's podcast with Tias Little! I'm continuously fascinated by the workings of Tias' mind and this conversation about "how speed gets trapped in the body" was no different. Here's a little riff:⠀
"We grasp at wanting our bodies to be super flexy. We grasp at wealth. We grasp at fame, notoriety. We're such a culture of graspers. And I think the culture of speed makes us grasp even more."⠀
Listen in and you'll feel inspired to slow down, to address your fears, and to remember that you're not a minnow -- you're a deep fish. ⠀
Also! For #sanfrancisco yogis, Tias will be at Lovestory Yoga this weekend! Come study with him. His skillful transmission is powerful. 👉Link in bio 👈⠀
Każda asana to pozycja wykonywana z odczuciem stabilności, zrównoważenia i wytrwałości w ciele; życzliwości w inteligencji głowy oraz uważności i zadowolenia w integracji serca - BKS Iyengar❤️ Przekonajcie się sami o wspaniałych korzyściach płynących z praktyki podczas weekendu taneczno-jogowego z dala od miasta. 1-3 marca.
Więcej szczegółów na fb-link w bio 🙃
✌🏽Hi, my name is Leilani (lay-law-nee). Friends and family call me Leila (lie-luh). And I love yoga!
Diagnosed with scoliosis at 13 years old, I refused to get a back brace thinking I’d look like Lisa Kudrow from Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion — I wasn’t tryna have people put magnets on my back!
Luckily, I found yoga (or yoga found me if you wanna go that route). First hearing about chakras from watching Naruto (holla at my anime fans), I became more fascinated when I attended a chakra workshop @hotyogamillcreek and from there I was hooked! .
Long story short, I became certified to teach and made it a point to be more open about my yoga journey bc why tf not, right?!
Follow me here to find out what other yoga-related chit I’ll be up to!
Currently, there is a huge boom of ayahuasca use throughout the globe. The brew seems to have reached all continents, and is now being consumed by celebrities and inserted into mainstream Northern culture; however, when we are talking about “ayahuasca,” what are we really talking about? To which plant species are we referring? In contrast to the great amount of both scientific and popular literature that is available on a vast number of topics nowadays, there seems to be virtually no studies about the plant species itself. And, at the end of the day, we do not know if we are even talking about the same thing! Not only do we know very little about this plant, but it’s existence may also be under threat. That is why an interdisciplinary team of researchers got together at the University of Brasília (UnB) in the capital of Brazil to study these matters. Brasília is also one of the main places in Brazil exemplifying the diversity of the use of ayahuasca. Going back to the basics: as we all know or have heard, ayahuasca is made by adding the vine, Banisteriopsis caapi—known by many popular names; in Brazil, often as jagube and mariri —with leaves of the shrub Psychotria viridis species, from the coffee family of plants, called rainha (queen) and chacrona, among other names. An important starting point to this discussion is the understanding of the divide between disciplines. For some time, anthropologists have drawn attention to the curious fact that botanists often consider the ayahuasca vine a single species, while traditional populations recognize it as various separate entities. Within the Brazilian ayahuasca religions, such as Santo Daime, the União do Vegetal (UDV), and the Barquinha, the vines are classified into different groupings; two of the main ones we identified are distinguished by the stem nodes being either inflated or non-inflated. It’s important to point out that this distinction, contrary to what one might think, has not been noted by botanists in their herbarium specimens, because these samples usually have only branch apex. Read “The Urgent Need to Review the Botanical Classification of the Ayahuasca Vine” on @chacruna_net.
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I find it a crazy phenomenon that the more we learn in medicine the more we are reverting back to some ancient practices💁🏽♀️ – It’s crazy right?
With the advent of Canada’s new food plate that includes more fruits and vegetables to the studies supporting intermittent fasting— Some key wisdom of the past-Is coming to the forefront again. ...But it’s a little different this time.
Just like yoga, with its insurgence in the modern world, was quite different from the old original yoga- The ancient practices that I like to put into play are extensively modified versions of the original.
I prefer timed gut rest aka reverse fasting a.k.a. time restricted eating two times a week. This means that you start fasting after dinner at 6 PM or so and then don’t eat again for 12 to 14 hours. So a version of the sunset to sunrise fasting. Good for #weight#skin#gut and disease.
I also highly recommend certain ancient spices like turmeric ginger cardamom cinnamon daily — but without the sugar counterparts of ancient times.
What’s your ancient technique or ritual?
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Wednesday motivation. Nothing exists in the past. Only lessons that you have learnt and moved on with. But if you do have to look back, just look to see your progress and starting point. At my starting point, I was obsessed with my physical appearance, I judged other people more than I wanted. I gave a lot of importance to “things”, without going further to understand and really know the person. I was “attached” to lot of things and comforts. I got frustrated if I wasn’t perfect and best at everything. The competition separated me from the world. I still have the competitive spirit, except this time it’s just for myself. I compare myself to me from 2010. All other competition is irrelevant. My Yoga practice helped me release judgement, look deeper, find real connections and cherish my present. Only look back to see how far you have come. #wednesdaywisdom#inspirationalquotes#motivation#yoga#compete#compare#progress#lessonlearnt#transformwithyoga#yogagirl#practice#instayoga#instadaily#dailyprana
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La vida está absolutamente equilibrada entre lo positivo y lo negativo. Ahora es tu elección decidir de qué lado quieres estar: 😇😈