"The law of cause and effect:
As Ralph Waldo Emerson called this - The Law of Laws. It´s powerful. You get back what you put out. Just like a boomerang. You throw it out and it comes back.
If you put a negative out, you will get a negative back. Also, when you put a positive out you will get a positive back, maybe not straight away, but it will come." Maybe you've already been on the dark side or met friends who were there. This state of mind where the person is getting more and more depressed maybe because of reasons unknown. Or maybe because of circumstances he / she can't control. It seems like there is no way to stop it, its just getting worse and worse. Until the person crashes and maybe finds their way back to happiness. If you are there: Storms don't last forever. Just use them. Maybe try to meditate it will help you rearrange your thoughts and to gather new energy. Take your time to rest! Than move forward. The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are. Anything is possible with the right plan and execution. Get out. Shine on.
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We cannot do everything at once but we can do something at once ✨ #vivipositivo
Non possiamo fare tutto allo stesso tempo. Ma possiamo fare qualcosa in quel tempo.
3. Linga Mudra
Interlock the fingers of both the hands. One thumb should remain upright, encircle it thumb and index finger of your other hand. Tip of index and thumb finger should touch each other.
You can repeat this Mudra for three times a day for 15mins.
🔹This Mudra helps to reduce weight, as it generates a lot of heat in body. Thus consume more cooling foods and drinks like curd, bananas, citrus fruits etc, if you feel heat is causing imbalance in health.
🔹The finger position increases the powers of resistance against cough, cold and chest infections. It also loosens the mucus that has collected in the lungs.
🔹Also reduces lethargy and laziness.
🔹Also stimulates immune system and increases body temperature.
You can practice this Mudra during meditation or while OM chanting. Else you can also hold the Mudra with eyes closed for few minutes.
Always while performing Mudra be aware of fingers, if it’s not done correctly benefits can’t be expected.
🔶Next post will be about Mahasirs Mudra. Keep watching this space😊.
Thank you to @theblessedyogico for my amazing gift that arrived in the post yesterday. I love it! 🕉 head over to their site if you like leggings & pretty bracelets 🤩
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Slipped in an extra slice of this fresh faced yogini to compliment your hump day 🐪
If you missed @yogawithbritt_ this morning we have her back tonight, cultivating all the zen vibes 🙌🏽🧘🏽♀️✨
Wednesday 6:15pm Vinyasa @yogawithbritt_
Wednesday 7:30pm Pilates Barre @pilateswithjaz (Vinyasa is currently full but please put yourself on our waitlist as this babe isn’t one to miss. Pilates only has a couple of spots available)
There should be practice all the time, anything in life; to get better at what you do, achieve your goals, to maintain what you got, and to stay connected.
I remember the excitement of touching my feet on my head for the first time away from the wall, about 6 months ago. Then... I kind lost my practice on this pose. Yes, I still do backbends, but mostly that are more comfortable to do - simply being lazy. This pose always scares me like hell because of the balance and strength I need.
Self note to myself. Being able to do something doesn’t mean anything, if you don’t continue to practice it. There is always more and more to work on.
Wed 6:30pm Flexibility Flow - Level 2
Wed 8:00pm Restorative & Stretch
I have been practising pincha scorpion diligently for this past one month. I have tried various ways to move into scorpion but I still haven’t found the most accessible way for me. Every routes poses its own challenges. As you can see in the videos, I still struggle to move into scorpion. I have poor stability & coordination, something that I have to constantly work on.
Don’t mind me, just sharing my love as always for @nyr_official after a casual Monday afternoon bath which was just the best thing in the world💜🙏🏼🌏 Entering into the colder weather it’s so easy to neglect your skin, and if you’re anything like me and just like a one pot wonder product, look no further than rosehip oil 🦋 (the darker the colour the better hence why this one is the best!). Super super nourishing, and being full of essential fatty acids it makes it a beautiful product to assist in cell regeneration in the skin, so fabulous for any scarring / eczema or rosacea babes 🙏🏼 One pump goes a long way and I don’t know how beauty-esque / correct this is but I pump a little into my regular moisturiser for a little more hydration and also use it on my body just after a bath 🌏🦋 Go grab yourself a pot to add to your autumnal / winter shelf ✨🌙💜
Hey yogis! Bri and Dice here with a BIG announcement for you 🎁 Something’s different, can you guess what??? 🤔 We are super excited to announce that we are now the @bryceyogaschool.
When we first started out on social media, our mission was to share and talk about all things yoga. And even though many things have changed throughout the years, this mission is still the same and it’s our greatest passion. So we thought that a change of name was needed to reflect our dedication to you, our #yogafamily. After all, it’s not all about us, but about YOU our students. So we ask you to celebrate with us this amazing new chapter 🎉 We can’t wait for you to see all that it’s too come. Stay tuned!!! With love,
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✨HOW TO INCREASE FLEXIBILITY✨
🙋🏼♀️Save this for your next practice!!This might be one of the MOST common requests! I share my favorite poses that focus on flexibility in the hips & hammies. ⚡️BE PATIENT!! ⚡️Flexibility doesn’t happen over night! Forcing your body will do more harm than good. Consistent practice & honoring your body will get you there!
🐦PIGEON POSE: Lots of love/hate for this pose. Find the variation that works best for you. Keep the back knee down and hips square!
💁🏼♀️To modify, place a block or blanket under the hips. 🔥To take deeper, start to bring the shin parallel to the top of mat.
⭐️COBBLER x3: Start in traditional cobbler, feet pulled in toward hips & fold. Move the feet out slightly & fold you’ll notice the stretch move to the outer hips. Do this again and fold.
🤸🏼♀️DEEP LUNGE TO HALF SPLIT: For tight hammies & hips, practice this as often as you can! Flow between poses and hold for several breaths (5-6) in each pose.
🍩THIGH STRETCH: Deep lunge and bend the back knee to grab toes. If this feels impossible, you’re not alone! It’s a super deep stretch in the thigh. Use a strap (or towel) to wrap around the foot so you can reach!
🌺FORWARD FOLD & HALFWAY LIFT: Classic pose for a reason! This stretches the entire back of the legs with focus on hams. 🙋🏼♀️NOTICE on the half lift, my spine is flat, not rounded. This is how you’ll feel a big difference between poses!
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By the end of this
There will be a new beginning. @alison.malee
Don't let these pictures fool you or discourage you from starting a yoga practice. Yoga isn't circus tricks, it isn't your outfit, body type or capabilities.
Yoga is learning to quiet your mind, to control your breath and use it to ease your nervous system, to check out from the world and check inward.
Spending the next 48h in London to attend an event and meeting the bf (even if just for a couple of hours) 🎉
In the last few days I’ve been weirdly productive 🤷🏻♀️ it’s always like that when I’ve to leave, I like to have all the things done! Do you get me? 😂
So you can find a bunch of new things on my website (link in bio):
• a new blog post (splits program schedule)
• a new special class about core and strength in London (04 November)
• a new workshop on inversions with me and @martina_sergi in Paris (November 18th)
And on my YouTube:
• New Youtube video: @aloyoga holiday collection unboxing and haul 🎉 (link in bio)
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“Movement is medicine” is a phrase that is commonly used these days, but it seems that idea (as far as I know) actually started gaining currency in the late 1700’s thanks to C.J Tissot’s book on ‘Medical Gymnastics’. This work was further developed by the Swede, P.H Ling, who is credited to be, not only the father of Swedish Massage, but also the ‘inventor’ of modern calisthenics because he developed a system of gymnastics and physical education that did not require the use of equipment. Not only this, according to Singleton, it was the adoption of the Ling method of gymnastics on a global scale, and in particular the YMCA, which led to this method being the main system taught in the Indian education system during the 1800’s and early 20th century (and thus being one of the main players in the development of modern yoga).
Besides the physical fitness element of the system, the medical side of it was based around the idea that movement is medicine - and that many diseases and ailments could be prevented, alleviated or cured through the medical application of exercise. The legacy of all this work that began in the late 1700’s is still very much a part of our culture today as we find the convergence of many different systems of yoga, calisthenics and movement merging and blending and fighting for supremacy! The Battle of the Systems... I’ll save that for another post. 📸 @sigismondiphotography posture/asana/movement? System? Capoeira, breakdance, modern dance, yoga, movement ?
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One of the most exciting things to do on my yoga list is creating sequences. I have lots of journals of sequences, scribbled upon before,during and after practice. Even if I taught the theme before, I still think of novel ways of creating a flow to achieve an output. I love researching and experimenting with variations, not steering too far away from the simplicity and safety of a pose. So I’ve got a fun challenging 💪routine for the weekday batch on our #ytt training tomorrow :) 🙏💕
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