Каждое наше движение имеет последствия.
Правильным движениям (они практически все естественные) мы учимся на занятиях Ваджра йогой и привносим в повседневную жизнь.
Прямо сегодня☝ понаблюдайте за своими движениями, сохраняется ли параллель линии плеч и таза (прямоугольник здоровья), какие движения вызывают волнение, напряжение и неприятное послевкусие.
Начните практиковать Важдра Йогу и ваша жизнь изменится! но не потому что произойдет что-то волшебное, а вы перестанете вредить своему телу нефизиологичными движениями и скомпенсируете напряжение, которое всегда есть в нашей спине после рабочего дня или физической активности!
🕉 Методика Ваджра йоги направлена на сохранение и укрепление здоровья позвоночника. Ее суть можно выразить в трех словах: вытяжение, укрепление и расслабление.
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Not as tanned as I look like, but as happy as I do. 🦀🌈🌴
Back in the city now, dreaming of dunes..
But travel gives me memories and the thought of the next trip excites my spirit... ✨
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Color your day with essential oils mala beads jewelry. Make your day a spa experience. When the day get hectic, recite mindfully your mantra to lower your blood pressure, clear the mind, and slow down your breath. .
Just had a wonderful morning yoga practice led by @suzyweyenberg@empoweryogamke@milwaukeeart
My mantra throughout my practice is namaste, Om, namaste ... Personalize your practice with your mantra.
Mantra is a special word or phrase you give meaning to. Joy, peace, namaste... what’s your mantra? Share below. .
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What to do on Easter🐰 break? Yoga at the beach with friends!! 😊
Great way to end the day, stretch the body after a 2h paddling session, slow down and unwind. 🌊
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9yo dancer vs 41yo yogi. 🤣 My leg definitely felt like it was higher. Needless to say... straddles are definitely not my thing. Hahaha! Can I be @minilaurasykora when I grow up?
An unexpected find in Eastern Samar is Homonhon Island where Ferdinand Magellan first set foot on Philippine soil in 1521 on his way to conquer the Philippines for the western world. Its tiny island of Suluan Guiuan was likewise where the U.S. Army Rangers had their first encounter of the Philippine territory in 1944, three days before General Douglas MacArthur made his historic landing in Leyte. this beach gem is not only untouch by influx of holyweek tourists but its also a place to recharge and rest. Its the gateway to the pacific ocean so its not surprising that this island is a surfing spot and who knows yoga retreat soon !!! #yogainspiration#yoga#yogaeverywhere#yogatravel#yoginidayoff#beachyoga#homonhonisland#homonhon#homomohbeachresort#surfspotinguiuan#guiuan#easternsamar
Hi I moved to Sedona and changed my name to Rita. You can find me at the Chai Spot sipping on fresh tea and chewing on Turkish Delights, finding magical light shapes appearing on the wall, and rose formations in tea while chanting to the Goddesses. Within a few hours of arriving here I’ve met magical people, expanded my mind, calmed my nervous system, and seen more beauty than I have all year so far. I love to travel and this will never change. ~
Exploring this mystical place today - tomorrow I head up into the rocks to teach yoga at another energetically charged place. I trust Life. Do you? #lifeofayogateacher#manifestation#love
Our REVIVE Yoga Retreat has officially started and I can’t tell you the joy I am feeling in my heart having finally met everyone, I have been conversing with over email, in person. We are such a beautiful and elective mix of Individuals, all in search for some relaxation, time to breath and connection. Our first day has been so magical already as we explored our surroundings, sunbathed at natural plunge pools, watched the sun set behind the horizon before enjoying an incredible Balinese welcome dinner. My heart is overflowing with gratitude.
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Ritual and indigenous healing practices have become an increasingly important part of my wellness routine. As a descendant of African ancestors who were torn from their families, enslaved and forced across the Atlantic, and used for free labor, I do not have the luxury of knowing for certain and with intimacy the exact history, rituals and traditions that are specifically from my people. So choosing rituals for my wellness and spiritual toolkit that feel right and true for me are determined by the way Spirit moves me, and that sense of knowing in my bones that I am moving breathing, and experiencing a tradition that is in alignment with my ancestors. It is a deep practice of mindful listening within with every fiber of my being, and in itself one that connects me to a fuller spectrum of my dimensional human beingness. Tulum is a place that for me has always felt magical and full of Spirit in part I think because it is smack dab in the Yucatan, a place that seems to balance indigenous Mayan traditions with contemporary Mexican life and culture despite Western gentrification of the region. I am grateful to have shared in beautiful traditions there that brought me closer to myself, the beautiful people who shared this retreat journey there with me, and the generous Mexican and Mayan people who shared their land and home with us. This Healing Mayan Clay Ritual was one of many powerful ones for us.
My retreat has officially begun ! This is @arrowretreats 14th trip and 12th destination. In an odd and beautiful way this feels like a home coming and a reminder that what goes around eventually comes back around as my whole story of travel and dreaming up a life I wanted began right here in this country: Thailand ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What is the first place that you traveled to that had an impact on you?
sutra 2:29 : the 8 limbs of yoga. the eight categories of life that we should be reflecting and acting on in order to make changes in our lives:
i. yamas: our relationship with the external world. This includes our thoughts, actions, words and belief systems toward everyone and everything outside of us. The five yamas are: kindness, honesty, integrity, moderation and simplicity.
ii. niyamas: our relationship towards ourselves. There are five niyamas. They are: cleanliness, contentment, refinement, self-reflection and surrender.
iii. āsana: the movement of the spine in different directions, accompanied by the breath in order to maintain health and wellbeing on a physical level. This is the limb that many people summarize yoga to be. Hopefully it has been become clear that yoga is more than this limb by itself. The goal is deep inner peace. But the path to inner peace requires a body that supports all the practices in that path.
iv. prāṇāyāma: the extension of energy or life force within us.
v. pratyāhāra: awareness of the power of the senses and their appropriate usage.
vi. dhāraṇā: concentration – the ability to direct the mind to one object.
vii. dhyāna: meditation – a deep interaction and relationship with an object.
viii. samādhi: an experience of the light within. A profound relationship with the Self, the soul, our true nature. 🙏
sutra 2.15: परिणामतापसंस्कारदुःखैर्गुणवृत्तिविरोधाच्च दुःखमेव सर्वं विवेकिनःI
1. pariṇāma (change): “The only constant in life is change”. life is continuously changing. Our bodies, our thoughts, our emotions and everything around us are in constant motion. Because we like things to be consistent in order to feel that we have control over our lives, when change happens, we suffer .
2. tāpa (anxiety): Regret about the things we have or have not done in the past and a strong craving to repeat pleasant experiences causes suffering. We are constantly looking for pleasure because it feels good. But in that process, we become anxious to ensure that we only experience pleasant moments.
3. saṁskāra (conditioning): From day 1 until today, we have created habits, ways of thinking, behaving and perceiving the world. Many of these habits are useful and necessary in our daily living. However, habits lead us to live mechanical lives. By living purely out of habitual thinking, we lose awareness of what is happening right now. We become reactive to the world. This leads to misperception, seeing the world through an ‘outdated lense’. This misperception eventually leads to suffering.
4. guṇa (quality of nature): According to Patanjali, nature (which includes our bodies and minds) are always under the influence of the guṇas. This means that sometimes we will feel clear, calm and joyful (sattva), sometimes we will feel agitated, angry or worried (rajas), and sometimes we will feel lazy, unmotivated and resistant to change (tamas). This is just the way nature is. Suffering comes because we are attached to certain experiences and sensations and avoid others.
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Having trouble dealing with tension & stress?😩
Try this Yoga sequence for reducing anxiety. 🧘♀️
When practicing this flow, focus on deep breathing and getting into and holding each posture.
This will result in stilling of the mind and help release any worries. @goddessretreats#goddessretreats
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17.4.2019 17.den Velikonoční jógové výzvy s @jogadnes, #joganapohodu
Tělo je jako most k nekonečnému. Všechny síly přírody jsou obsaženy v našem fyzickém těle. Často posuzujeme naši praxi tím, co naše tělo může nebo nemůže dělat: počet pozdravů slunci, jak hluboko jsme v pozici, jak dlouho ji dokážeme držet. Nic z toho není skutečným barometrem praxe. Tělo je sice místem, kde cesta jógy začíná pro mnohé z nás, ale dokonalost těla není cílem. V józe je naše tělo prostředkem, ne koncem...
17.4.2019 17.day of Easter Yoga Challenge with @jogadnes#joganapohodu
The body is as a bridge to the infinite. All the forces of nature are contained in our physical body. We often judge our practice by what our body can or can’t do: the number of sun salutations, how deep we are in a pose, how long we can hold it....sounds familiar ? None of these are true barometers of practice. While the body is indeed where the journey of yoga begins for many of us, perfection of the body is not the goal. In yoga your body is a means, not the end... Photo: @cermaklucie
Sponzoři: @jogadnes @jogamarket @lole.prague @resortsvatakaterina @weledacz @biobachovky @wildandcoco •
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12.4.2019 12.den Velikonoční jógové výzvy s @jogadnes, #joganapohodu
Vasisthasana nebo Anantasana
Výuka této ásány nás povzbuzuje k tomu, abychom si pamatovali, že naše přirozenost je nekonečná, a že naši současnou situaci je třeba vnímat s větší perspektivou. Musíme pochopit původ svého utrpení, než ho můžeme překonat nebo rozebrat. Jakmile jsme schopni si připustit své upnutí k požadovanému výsledku nebo stavu, který nás vede k utrpení, k zoufání si a smutku nad tím, co se stalo nebo se nestalo, teprve v okamžiku připuštění se pohybujeme kupředu. - Pokud je dolní končetina propnutá vzhůru, jako moje, pak pravé jméno ásány je Anantasana. Tato ásána nám přináší neomezený stav radosti a spokojenosti, což překonává naše utrpení. —-
12.4.2019 12.day of Easter Yoga Challenge with @jogadnes#joganapohodu
Vasisthasana or Anantasana
Teaching of this asana encourages us to remember that our true nature is infinite, and that our current situation should be viewed with a grander perspective. You need to understand the origin of your suffering before you can transcend or dismantle it. Once you can see how your attachment to a desired outcome or state leads to suffering, offer yourself compassion for your sadness about what happened or didn't happen, and move forward from there.- When your upper leg is extended up in the air, as mine, the right name of asana is Anantasana. This asana brings us a limitless state of joy and contentment, which overcomes our suffering.