Test driving our Ford Cortina MK2 Estate before it was sold 💨
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TAKING FUN BREAKS
I’m in this amazing trauma training, throwing myself fully into the process... noticing, accessing triggers, resourcing, accessing again, noticing again... phew
and BING - lunchbreak!
Time to go out with friends, play and have fun!
Today was “Almabtrieb”, means hundreds of these gentle yet really big cows with flower headpieces and gigantic bells are being brought back down from the mountain pastures to spend the winter in the farms in the valleys. A quite spectacular Swiss tradition.
So we played some tricks with the cows (and their caretakers) 😊.
Laughter and celebration of life as a contrast to the deep dives into challenging emotional states are an important part of the healing process! Healing processes can become heavy and serious easily.
〰️ Are you sometimes taking yourself and the healing process too serious?
〰️ How do you bring in some ease, playfulness and laughter in while you are processing and healing?
Is this approach something new you want to explore?
Then join us in Bali!
We offer the contrast: Full Body De-Armouring, emotional-energetical-physical release processes, de-conditioning, dynamic group processes... and lots of laughter, celebration, dance and play!
We even have a 🔥 ECSTATIC DANCE DJane in our facilitator team!
Full Body De-Armouring 🔜
🔜 Nov 22-28, 2019 in BALI 🔜
🔜 www.sunnyju.com 🔜
This morning I was honored to meditate with other participants of the Perry method foundation course for this beautiful reason called Peace Pledge 🙏 We meditated for 20 minutes listening to the waves of the ocean, feeling the warmness of the sun and the cool breeze on our skin. Was just pure perfection.
Sexualität verbinden wir stets mit Partnerschaft, Treue und Liebe. Mit dieser Moral wachsen wir Menschen auf. Aber welcher Teil in uns ist sie wirklich? Ganz ehrlich, wir unterscheiden uns von den Tieren doch nur in einem einzigen Punkt, nämlich das wir denken.
Watching the master. Maka’ala has been doing lomi lomi since the age of 6. At 70, he flies around the world teaching. After 4 days of being worked on (and doing a multitude of techniques on others) I feel like I have a whole new body... and an amazingly effective way of releasing tension from the tissues. .
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We have only 3 last spots left for our womens edition of massageconcerts this sunday 22 septs!
Will they be yours? Grab your last chance!
Tickets include entrance to the sauna's in the bath house as well! For a complete wellness day 💛
Ticket link in bio!
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10 days left in September... Hurry in to take advantage of this offer. No appointment needed.
Carmax Autocare Center (GoogleMaps) Billings Way, Oregun-Ikeja. Opposite Unilever (Same Premises 10 Degrees Event Center)
Why are certain muscles always tense? No matter what you try, you only get temporary relief. Frustrating! There can be many reasons why, but one reason is the joint capsule. .
If the joint capsule isn't fully functional, your brain will register that and create tension around that joint as a protective mechanism.
Here you can see my client performing CARs (moving in full ranges of motion in a rotational manner). She experiences chronic neck and upper back tension. What you will notice is that as she rotates towards her left, she has closing angle joint pain. Her objective in this case is to avoid the pain as she continues the movement.
The goal here is to continue improving the quality of her joints by creating resiliency in her joints. The healthier the joint capsules are, the less your brain will need to babysit them. .
As I continue to work with @_mluna12_ we will continue to explore this concept furthur. I dont have a current video, but she can now fully do her neck CARs without any pain. Im always grateful to have clients like her that trust me with their care.
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Jaguar F Type masked up and ready to load into the booth 🚗💥💨 What guns are all our fellow painters using out there? We’ve just stocked up with 6 DV1’s and absolutely loving them 😍 What’s your go to 🔫
Back in 2009 when I was freshly certified the local paper put us in print....today I taught my last day at this beautiful space and said goodbye to my last client. I am honoured to be part of so many special people’s lives... to be trusted to help facilitate deep internal changes over the last 12 years. And I am always grateful for @eliseannmoore for being an inspiration, mentor, sister, teacher, deeply connected in many lives and adventuring with me in this one. As I head to the Midwest in a few hours to open @eliteintegratedpilates I will forever love everything I experienced working at @midtownpilateseugene 💖
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Kochani, udało się! Po 5 dniach poszukiwań i codziennym zmianie miejsca masażu znalazłam nauczycielkę, która pokazała mi prawdziwy masaż balijski! 🤲😍👌Kadek już od pierwszego dotyku 'skradła' moje serce💗Spędzę tu jeszcze trochę czasu, a już niedługo przekażę Wam niezwykłą moc działania masażu balijskiego 💚 wypatrujcie terminu na fb:Centrum szkoleniowe Oshin. Oczywiście mogę też przyjechać do Ciebie 👍💚 Pozdrawiam Was słonecznie 🌞 Monika.
She getting there just a little more 👌🏻 but man does he look good 😍 can’t wait to have it all painted and looking smooth shout-out to @mr_sheldy and @tcs_motorsports for hooking it up with the side skirt they be going to good use don’t worry 😂 overfenders by @crown_carbon_crafting making my quarter look good again 👌🏻 [Sep 6]
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A little update on the project going to be doing overtime on this baby this August so stay active for that 👌🏻 hopefully by mid September this thing is ready for paint 🎨 [July 31st]
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Took the 350z out of hiding to clean her up a little 👌🏻 she’s starting to look good won’t be long before I’m on the street killing the game [July 29th]
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♡ Ever realised this? We are afraid to leave the known, leave our comfort zone, leave what is familair, because we fear what might happen. Its a paralysing fear...it keeps us right there where we do not want to be anymore.
We often tell ourselves that change is too scary, too much work, too unattainable, takes too much time or is too hard. We fear what those changes might stir up. We despise the fact that we cannot control the future.
And so we stay. We do nothing. We settle. We wrap ourselves up in the familair. We tell ourselves its safe and comfortable. Or at least safer and more comfortable than taking that leap. And this is not just when that familair is reasonable ok. No, we do this even when that familair is extremely painful, full of chaos or stress, ridden with anxiety and powerlessness. When its dull, soulcrushing or heartbreaking.
The question is...why? Why do we stay? Is that unfamiliar step outside of your comfort zone really worse than what you are in now? Do you really feel comfortable and safe now, or is the idea of it just a nice security blanket to keep yourself where you are at? Are you safe, sound, happy? Or are you settling because its familair, and it is catering to your old patterns and emotional addictions?
What is holding you back to take the leap? ♡
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♡ You were the person you needed to be to survive. It might not have looked pretty but you did what you found to be necessary to get through those times. Now, you may look back and realise that these patterns, survivalmechanisms, habits, traits and behaviours are no longer needed in the situation you are in now and therefore no longer suit you. That is ok and that is normal. You now have a choice: change or continu as the person you've always been. What is it going to be for you?
Pls, dont beat yourself up over past behaviour, dont shame yourself, dont abandon yourself once more. Again, you did what you had to do and it is what made you get through it. You have perspective now that you didnt have before and now you can choose to change. Make a mence, say sorry if you feel you need to...and dont forget about yourself in this case either.
Then forgive yourself. Deeply forgive yourself. Release yourself from your own burdens and those that do not belong to you. Give thanks to your innerchild for getting you through. Thank her for everything she has done so you could survive. Now tell her that you no longer need to survive...its time to thrive. Take her by the hand and show her different ways of doing things, so she realises what is possible, that in this safe moment nothing gets lost, no one dies and the world will not collapse.
Forgive yourself, thank yourself...now finally start living ♡
Нет, это не чей-то сладкий статус из соцсетей🤦🏻♂. Это про танец. Про то, как работать с телом. Тело надо научиться чувствовать. Да, мы думаем, что всё знаем про свой организм, но это не так. Как только вы начинаете с ним работать, вы открываете для себя что-то новое. Даже у меня при другой какой-нибудь нагрузке возникают другие ощущения и болят другие мышцы. Где они были до этого🤷🏻♂? По началу конечно надо думать: куда, чего, как. Но со временем старайтесь больше чувствовать всем телом. Получилось какое-то упражнение, запомните сразу те ощущения в теле, когда выполняли это упражнение. Так со временем выработается мышечная память, а ведь она намного сильнее и сохранятся в теле очень долго, хотя вы и сами об этом не знаете. Если включить музыку или немного напомнить шаги, моё тело само вспоминает хореографию давнейшей давности.
Всё настолько индивидуально, что иногда бывает сложно объяснить человеку словами те ощущения, которые испытываешь сам выполняя па. Это будет приблизительно, а он уже должен сам подогнать под себя своё исполнение, свои мышечные ощущения.
С большим количеством репетиций у нас всё настолько доходит до автомата, что иногда чей-то вопрос прямо перед спектаклем « а как мы здесь делаем?», выбивает тебя на какое-то время😧. Ты включаешь мозг и думаешь: как это было?🤔 Проще повторить весь кусок хореографии целиком, чтобы вспомнить. Мышцы лучше знают. Поздно думать до выхода, надо было в зале сомневаться. Здесь это теперь только мешает😐. Поэтому старайтесь чувствовать и работать всем телом. Запоминайте ощущения, визуализируйте, ощущайте себя в пространстве, используйте все инструменты своего организма🔧🔨⚙
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Do you have foot pain? You could be experiencing plantar fasciitis👣🥴
Plantar fasciitis is extremely common, today I had two clients with this condition.🙆🏻♀️
Using massage therapy, IASTM, and kinesio-tape are just some ways to help relieve the pain.
Other ways to help heal your plantar fasciitis👇🏻
▪️ Stretch your arches
▪️ Choose supportive shoes
▪️ Avoid wearing high heels
▪️ Use a lacrosse ball and roll the bottoms of your feet daily
♡ I've received quite some questions on what emotional work is, what it looks like and what it consists of. In the pic you can find some things that are part of emotional work.
Emotional work is not always easy. It requires us to let go of that what we know and have always done, and open up to new ways.
We are often raised with the idea that emotions make us weak, needy and overly sensitive. We are being told that emotions are getting in our way (of being rational) and are a hassle to deal with. Oftentimes our emotions have been judged and ignored and we become convinced that they (we) are too much.
What then happens is that we judge, repress, ignore and/or numb our feelings and emotions. Sometimes we even loose total connection with them. The thing is though: just because we treat them the way we do, it doesnt make them go away. Emotions and feelings need to be seen, heard and felt. If we dont, they will stay in the body and overtime, and somehow, they wíll find a way to be felt and released (oftentimes through pain, sickness, injuries, psycological issues).
When we understand that emotions are an intricate part of who we are, that they are lifesavers and are excellent in showing us the way, we might decide to deal with them differently. And when you do, it often requires you to do an 180 and teach yourself a new way of interacting with whats alive inside of you. How? Well, you can start by doing what is described in the pic! ♡