You think endings are the worst part of any journey. The most painful and hardest. But then you look at sunsets, the way the sun spreads its colors over the horizon. The way each color combines with the other to give you a beautiful view. The way you just want to breathe in those colors, that moment and not look away until the sun finally sets and the night sky spreads out. So maybe endings don't always have to be the worst part of a journey. Maybe the sun sets to give you hope that even though it's the end, it doesn't have to be painful.
“La verità è che quando senti quella vocina, non puoi non darle ascolto. Devi assecondarla. È il segnale che devi muoverti perché qualcosa ti sta aspettando da qualche parte.
Ed è proprio questa la sensazione che ho io.
Che qualcosa di meraviglioso mi stia aspettando qui.
Qui, dove tutto è possibile.
Qui a Londra!” Chocolate & the City - il romanzo 😍❤️ #comingsoon@bookroad_editore@leone_editore
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HOME PRACTICE. ⠀
I get so many people asking me about my home practice. What do I do, how often do I practice and for how long?⠀
My home practice usually looks nothing like classical "yoga". ⠀
I love a lot of standard postures and sequences and will always get some sun salutations and a bendy free flow of vinyasa. I am also a huge fan of trikonasana and a lot of hip openers and inversions. ⠀
But for the most part I start on the floor and roll around listening to hip hop or house music breathing, creating shapes, putting myself in inversions and being super curious and experimental. ⠀
When I go through intense periods of teaching I practice 5-6 days a week for 40mins - an hour. I also love to mix it up and try out new things on @yogaglo . When I am away travelling or training my practice tends to be much shorter and I usually make it to the mat for about 20mins several times a week and I will always make time for meditation even if it’s for 10 minutes. ⠀
At the moment I am coaching a lot of private clients on how to create a self practice. It has really made me think a lot about the roots of yoga, why do we get on the mat? How can we create more self awareness within self practice and move in a way that is right for us... everybody is different and what works for one won't always work for another.⠀
Stay tuned more on this to come...
vielleicht ist er auch
einfach nicht mit seinen
gefühlen mir gegenüber
wusste sich nicht
anders zu helfen,
als zu fliehen
und mich verwirrt
und traurig mit
zurück zu lassen