I don’t post videos because I don’t feel perfect in them. When it comes to pictures, I re-take.. and mainly edit, for a while. The lighting is perfect. Angles are perfect. No bumps or creases in my leggings.
When I first started this page, it was to track progress. I didn’t care what I posted. I just posted it. If you scroll back far enough, I had so many random videos and photos! I miss being able to look back on my random non-sense. So here’s a video.. of just that, random non-sense 🤷🏻♀️🙏🏼✨
To practice yoga is an inherent way to show gratitude for your mind-body-home. Submerging yourself in the flow of yoga, is to fully immerse yourself within The Human Experience itself. You bring precious awareness to all the simple occurrences that happen daily without much thought. Meditating on breath, movement, & observing the mind in it’s shifty nature. Through the yoga practice, we awaken from our own individual & limited perceptions. Our eyes open to the beauty + truth of the whole, of our selves as spirit & the manifestations of that oneness spirit on countless, unlimited & varying forms. Your yoga practice is a powerful breeding ground to manifesting & attracting truly anything you desire within your sacred life, on and or off the mat. Utilize this. 💗 ~
I absolutely love making shapes with this babe @lilygracequirk. Thank you for co-creating and sharing with me. You inspire me more than you know. Xoxo <3 -
photo by the best✨ @jlest
It’s OFFICIAL!!!!!!!!! 💖
We are now officially Home Educators for our son.
Completely mixed emotions so don’t get me wrong it’s quite scary BUT it’s the best thing for us as a family and seeing how far he’s come already excites us.
To clear a few things up as I know that there’s some people out there that doesn’t understand why we’re doing it, well to be honest you won’t understand so please don’t try to 😍
We’re not trying to do School at Home. We’re trying to do homeschool. These are two entirely different propositions. We’re not trying to replicate the time, style or content of the classroom. Rather we’re trying to cultivate a lifestyle of learning in which learning takes place from morning until bedtime 7 days each week. The formal portion of each teaching day is just the tip of the iceburg.
Moving, exploring, running and activities etc are what children need to thrive. That is where they learn how the world works and their place in it. Keep letting them move whether it’s in school or not 💖 #homeeducationuk#homeed#teach#transform#learn#explore#adventure#home#dorset#moretime#flexible#memories#ourterms#relax #24/7 #nature#wildlife#realworld#moving#running#activitiesforkids#enjoytime#holiday
🙏Help support the victims of California’s wildfires this Sunday from 1:45p - 3p! We’re hosting a special donation based yoga.power class led by @noelle.strunk. Suggested donation is $19 (single drop-in price) with minimum of $5. All proceeds will go directly to California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund (@calfund). Let’s all be generous and stretch + sweat together for a cause!🔥 Sign up at link in bio. #Support#WildfireRelief
The name comes from the Sanskrit words Salamba meaning "supported", Sarva meaning "all" or "every", Anga meaning "limb" or "bodypart", and Āsana meaning "posture"," position", or "seat", thus Salamba Sarvāngasana literally translates to "supported-all-limbs-pose". Sarvangāsana is nicknamed "queen" or "mother" of all the asanas.
#Sarvangasana benefits the following muscles and hence can be included in yoga sequences with the corresponding muscle(s) focus: • Arms and Shoulders •Middle Back •Upper Back •Core (Abs) • Neck
📌Physical (Anatomical) Benefits •Strengthens Shoulders: Tones and strengthens shoulders, and corrects sagging shoulders. •Strengthens Neck: Strengthens neck to avoid relapse of spondylitis and/or stiff neck. •Great for Runners: Tones legs, hamstrings, and calf muscles. Athletes, specifically runners, will find this yoga pose useful as it reverses the blood flow to the legs. This 'reversed blood flow' helps relieve stress in the leg muscles due to running. •Strengthens Back: Lifting of the back and balancing the body helps in making the back stronger. •Strengthens Spines: The increased strength and flexibility in the spine helps improve nervous system functioning. 📌Chakras
Sarvangasana helps open, activate, and balance the following chakra(s): •Third Eye Chakra (Ajna Chakra) •Throat Chakra (Vishuddha Chakra) •Solar Plexus (Manipura Chakra). 🧘🏻♀️ #yogalifestyle#igyoga#yogaaddict#yoga#yogachallenge#yogafit#yogainspiration#yogapractice#yogagirl#yogatime#yogaeveryday#yogafun#yogapose#yogadaily#yogaeverydamnday#yogaeverywhere#yogaeveryday#yogisofinstagram#yogaflow#yogateacher#yogajourney#yoga#asana#chakra#chakras#flexible#flexibility#vegan#vegetarian
Along with having muscles and bones we also have an invisible grid of energy that surrounds our body. This energy grid has significant points or centers, and these are known as Chakras.
There are numerous Chakras all through the body, but the main Chakras are located along the spine and give the most life force energy and support to the rest of the energy grid. These 7 Chakras are often visualized as spinning wheels or disks that glow with a particular color.The seven chakras are the centers in our bodies in which energy flows through.
Blocked energy in our seven chakras can often lead to illness, so it's important to understand what each chakra represents and what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely. Here's our quick summary:
1. Root Chakra — Represents our foundation and feeling of being grounded. •Location: Base of spine in tailbone area.
•Emotional issues: Survival issues such as financial independence, money and food.
2. Sacral Chakra — Our connection and ability to accept others and new experiences.
•Location: Lower abdomen, about two inches below the navel and two inches in.
•Emotional issues: Sense of abundance, well-being, pleasure and sexuality.
3. Solar Plexus Chakra — Our ability to be confident and in control of our lives.
•Location: Upper abdomen in the stomach area.
•Emotional issues: Self-worth, self-confidence and self-esteem.
4. Heart Chakra — Our ability to love.
•Location: Center of chest just above the heart.
•Emotional issues: Love, joy and inner peace.
5. Throat Chakra — Our ability to communicate.
•Emotional issues: Communication, self-expression of feelings and the truth.
6. Third Eye Chakra — Our ability to focus on and see the big picture.
•Location: Forehead between the eyes (also called the Brow Chakra).
•Emotional issues: Intuition, imagination, wisdom and the ability to think and make decisions.
7. Crown Chakra — The highest chakra represents our ability to be fully connected spiritually.
•Location: The very top of the head.
•Emotional issues: Inner and outer beauty, our connection to spirituality and pure bliss.