Summon your inner warrior! It’s called Warrior Pose - Virabhadrasana II = in honor to a fierce warrior, an incarnation of Shiva, described as having a thousand heads, a thousand eyes, and a thousand feet, wielding a thousand clubs, and wearing a tiger's skin. ... See more
This a good visual on how-to a front split demo has been shared a lot lately, and we couldn’t resist it! It shows a natural progression through different poses. A step-by-step approach to ease your body into doing a forward split. Wherever you are, be mindful and have fun! ... See more
Daily affirmations not only help keep you surrounded by the things you want in your life, but they help bring about more blessings and gifts.
“The best way to take care of the future, is to take care of the present moment” - Thich Nhat Hanh.
Tadasana (Mountain pose) is usually the starting position for all the standing poses, but Tadasana is a pose in itself. To align yourself while being aware of your weight balanced evenly on the feet you have to be present. Make the most of it! Stay in the pose for 30 seconds to 1 minute, breathing easily. ... See more
Everything in life is temporary. That’s why we should flow with the changes, twists and turns, ups and downs, and surprises. Your good times are temporary and your bad times are temporary. So when you're up, enjoy it and be grateful for it. And when you're down, know you will get through it. Remember: life it's about the journey not the destination 💫 ... See more
Follow your intuition and listened to yourself. Take care of yourself from the inside out so that you can fully experience life 🌻
Stay healthy all year round! We came across this great antibiotic, antiviral shot you can make right in your own kitchen. It just uses simple ingredients, but they combine to create an anti-flu “bomb” against viruses or bacteria. ... See more
“If you want to be happy, be" Leon Tolstoy. We wish you all a beautiful International day of Happiness and invite you to do something at home, work, school or in your community to bring happiness to others! #InternationalDayOfHapiness ... See more
The practice of yoga activates a relaxed state, which can result in lower blood pressure and increase blood flow from the heart to the rest of the body. In fact, recent studies have found that yoga is linked to the reduction of key risk factors for heart disease, including lower body mass index (BMI), weight loss, improved cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, and reduced heart rate. ... See more