“... quando vc estiver cansado ou com fome, tome um banho de sol e se sentirá revigorado, recarregado com raios ultravioleta. Inspire e expire profundamente doze vezes, três vezes ao dia, a pessoa que estiver fazendo jejum recarregará o corpo com elétrons e energia livre absorvida do ar e do éter.
Faça o seguinte exercício três vezes ao dia: expire lentamente, contando de 1 até 6. Agora com os pulmões vazios, conte mentalmente de 1 a 6. Inspire devagar, contando de 1 a 6. Segure a respiração, contando de 1 a 6. Respire onze vezes. Assim como a eletricidade, passando por uma haste feita de substância condutiva, a eletrifica, assim a força vital derivada de oxigênio carrega a bateria do corpo. As pessoas que praticam exercícios respiratórios sempre tem os olhos brilhantes e magnéticos...” livro- como ter saúde e vitalidade - Paramahansa Yogananda #yoganandabrasil#yogapractice#pranayama
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They switched sides, traded pride, we don't do all that. “A loss ain't a loss, it's a lesson, Appreciate the pain, it’s a blessin”
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Releasing tight hip flexors!
Whether you’re working from home or just binging Netflix, chances are you’re spending a lot of time sat down right now. Whilst this has some pro’s, the downside to this is tight hip flexors (and hamstrings but I’ve got that content covered for another day 😘)
Sitting down for long periods of time not only causes discomfort but causes a tipped pelvis which creates a structural imbalance, postural habits like leaning over into one hip or leaning forward into both hips when standing. This can put you at increased risk for injury due to the increased demands on tissues that aren’t moving properly
With people not moving as much right now, it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re taking care of your muscles! I’ve put together some key stretches to loosen those flexors and help keep your body on top form!
If you want to get deeper in to your stretches, hold for 30 seconds, take a deep breath and as you exhale push further in to it
P.S. Happy Baby Pose is the greatest yoga pose ever 🙊🥰
P.P.S. I’m not grumpy I swear, I’m just hormonal 😅
Cuando la mente se pone loca, cuando le energía se va! Cuando Tamas o Rajas quieren tomar el control..... Aprovecho la cuarentena, y hago cuarentena de RA MA DA SA, GRACIAS @healingyogacabo por enseñarme las meditaciones de kundalini!
Trabajando con Prana y Udana 🙏 @maria_garre_ 📸 @studiocaribe
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Dear Sage Yoga Community:
I am so pleased to announce that we have been working hard behind the scenes to be able to publish a virtual yoga class schedule for this week; please join us on your mats however and whenever you are able online via Zoom. All classes are $8/pp and as long as you register via Mindbody Online 30 minutes prior to class start, you will receive an email detailing how to pay and with the Zoom link to the class!
Thanks so much for your patience during this time as we have transitioned to an entirely online format. Our teachers would be so happy to have your support and have lots to continue to share with you, we have much to be thankful for. Stay tuned for further updates/schedule amendments to come as we continue to add more classes and figure out what works based on your feedback. We want you to know that we are are here for you during these challenging times. This is what our practice prepares us for in body and mind-we need to remain strong for one another and ourselves.
Your community is still here for you.
Your mat is still waiting.
Heidi -Monday, March 30th, 10-11 AM: Hatha Flow & Restore w/Linda -Tuesday, March 31st, 9:45-10:45 AM: Morning Prana Flow w/Christina -Wednesday, April 1st, 7:30-9:00 PM: Evening Vinyasa Flow w/Charlsie -Thursday, April 2nd, 10-11 AM: Hatha Yoga w/Linda -Friday, April 3rd, 9:45-10:45 AM: Week Wind Down Vinyasa Flow w/Stephanie -Saturday, April 4th, 8:30-9:45 AM: Chakra Flow w/Suzanne -Sunday, April 5th, 11 AM-12 Noon: Vinyasa Flow w/Sue
7:00-8:00 PM: Yoga Nidra w/Heidi
Martes con “M” de... Me como a la abuelitaaa❣️😍 Me acompañó haciendo ejercicio de brazos hoy, ¿no es adorable? 😋.
Víctor en cambio, se las ingenió para poder correr como buenamente pudo y oye, ¡ni tan mal! 😃.
Familia que entrena unida... coronavirus que va a tomar viento! 😜 VAMOOOOOS❗️.
. 🏃🏻♂️ Victor&Mar🏃🏻♀️&ABUELITA! 👵🏻.
We are born with a nervous system that is programmed to respond to fear in order for survival. This puts us in flight or fight mode when something frightens or upsets us, putting stress on our bodies and causing them to release stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Sometimes we can be triggered with as little as the phone ringing or an upsetting social media post, combine that with all the external stimuli (like the news) and all that is going on right now and most people are in this state of being every waking minute. We are also programmed to remember the bad, in order to protect us from getting hurt. It’s built into our system. We usually tend to imagine the worst outcome as well, and are unable to differentiate between what is a real threat and what is just our skewed perception, and our minds getting the best of us. I call this “future tripping” and it’s never good. Everyone has their own way of coping but one great way to relieve the mind of those stress producing thoughts is thru a regular yoga and meditation practice. I’ve been blessed to continue my teaching to a small private online community, and I have joined a couple of great online forums for classes and mediations in the past couple of weeks. If you are interested in taking my class or joining in a future class, or would just like some info-let me know! We have some great resources at our fingertips, literally. I hope everyone is having a beautiful and receptive Monday.
Now is the time we can sit where we are. And not do.
Just take this time to be.
Peace and Love, Namaste. 🙏💗✌️ #receptivity#takingtime#quarantining#yogapractice#yogateacher
ᵂᴱᴿᴮᵁᴺᴳ Let’s gonna rock this week! ✌️😄 Are you with me?
I want to know what cheers you up these days? What helps you stay positive? Share with me in the comments below!👇😍
Happy Monday to all of you! ♥️
And for everyone who loves to take some time in the morning to start the day mindfully, join my zoom live session tomorrow at 7.15 am (language is German). I’ll share the link in my story. 😊
ONLINE CLASSES 🚨 I’m offering virtual vinyasas on Zoom. Teaching yoga sparks my joy 💕 Venmo $10 to notabasicmitch, specifying which class you’d like, and I will send you the code before class. Registration closes 30 minutes before class.
Friday 10am ✨
Have you done a class on Zoom yet? I’m totally loving it!
Mudras são gestos que fazemos com as mãos que guiam o fluxo de energia para áreas específicas do nosso cérebro. Os gestos, junto com a respiração, aumenta o fluxo de Prana (energia vital), no nosso corpo.
Esse Mudra da foto é o Ganesha Mudra, ele nos remete ao Deus Ganesha, uma das principais figuras mitológicas do Hinduismo. Ele é sempre relacionado a remoção dos obstáculos e a sabedoria.
Portanto, podemos fazer esse Mudra em algumas meditações, trazendo essa intenção de poder, de segurança e de energia. Esse Mudra é muito bom tb para fortalecer nossa região do peito, onde está nosso coração, os brônquios e os pulmões energizando toda essa região cardiopulmonar. Namastê 🙏 #mudras#yoga#ganesha#ganeshamudta#energiavital#energize#cura#yogapractice
This month's theme has become ironic to me. Connect - yet we've been forced to physically disconnect. Covid has caused us to place the concept of connection into a whole new set of limitations and context. At the beginning of March Hollis wrote in our newsletter, "as we explore the next cycle of personal and collective development..." and truly we are exploring a next cycle in uncharted territory and we are being forced to develop! For most of us we have never been exposed to such threatening circumstances. We have never been confined to our homes fearing lack of resources, our mortality so exposed. This is an opportunity to build the path of deeper connection within ourselves and reflect on precisely what Hollis (psychically?🤔) listed in her newsletter before this whole thing began:
Is it possible to connect more deeply to ourselves?
How do we contribute to the whole?
What are our deepest desires and are we being true to them?
How can we connect more deeply to those in our lives?
Can we be more vulnerable and why is that important?
Who and what is most important to us and are we expressing enough gratitude?
This pandemic has shown me even more clearly how significant each and every person's role is in our world and how the opportunity for small impact made by many individuals creates a huge difference. Let's take this time to "show up more as ourselves, so that we can be more present, alive - connected" when we come out of this. At Yes, we want to see YOU and be connected to you.
Leyendo aquí a mis queridas @bebafalcon y @yuyi.yoga (cuánto me encantaría compartir una práctica con ustedes!). Yo no suelo ser muy arriesgada ni me pongo a inventar mucho con las posturas que sé que me cuestan un mundo, especialmente las de balance en brazos y también las inversiones, sin embargo, me siento más segura practicando inversiones aunque me queda mucho miedo por vencer (es que ya no estoy como para fracturarme un hueso más, si estoy curando aún un dedo del pie; aunque no se rompió haciendo yoga) entonces me cuido bastante de una mala caída, porque como dice Yuyi, hay que caerse y saber hacerlo. Pero las asanas como Ángel caído, cuervo y cualquiera de apoyo en brazos nada que las logro. No sé en dónde están mis fallas, ya ahí no es tanto miedo sino técnica, seguridad y trabajo y más trabajo. Creo, no se que opinan uds, chicas? Cómo hago? Y mientras llega mi ángel, sigo tratando de subir las dos piernas (las dos juntas sin pared me aterra) con Sirsasana.
Esto es para #hispanosdelyoga con @bebafalcon y @dasermoon. Feliz semana!🌷 #enyogasiempre#yogainspiration#yogaenvenezuela#yogaenflorida#yogadondesea#yogapractice #yogaisall
Missing my life 😣 #acrolife
We are going to get out of this whole #Quarantine thing with our internal being completely changed. Oh how I have been tested in every single way from these past 3 weeks... Happy Monday here with my girl @brittany_ann_11 miss you 💯
Is a connection to see
To: my mother, aunts, grandmother—family—ancestry—Earth.
Who bends to harvest to hang to dry
picture frames on lines
wafting breezes of patient breath
From: The Wind
leaves colors textures—folds
Sweet rose hips, lavender, chamomile, hibiscus lips...
In this pot of keys,
This vessel holding me
to traveling hands
a tree lets go of a leaf
that softly spins the span of Grace
To enter a river
and be taken—
carried upon its current
to explore its depths.
To: The Bottom
From: A Line
How do you stay present?
Do you drink tea? Or coffee? Juice? Where do you find moments of peace with a drink? What is it about having something to drink near to support you...while you possibly: window watch, people gaze, animal search, read a book, journal, write a book, or some other work?
Make yourself something to drink. And enjoy. What are you drinking during #covid_19#time ? What will you write-create-think?
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So here is my Yoga DANCE, several days later, inspired by @amelietahiti .. not as perfect or clean as I’d like it but just a bit of fun. I tag @caitlinofhearts to go next 😘
As a person who loves to get things done it is quite a challenging time. Struggling with not being able to travel and teach nor to plan things for the future I am trying my best to use the time in a most effective way.
The things with all this „extra time“ is that it could be quite hard to find balance. Balance between being productive and allowing yourself to just relax.
Balance between learning something new but also embracing all the lessons and things you have already learned. To just be okay with yourself.
To structure my days a little more during this unstructured time I created a „quarantine plan“. This plan is a schedule of all the things I want to get done like daily yoga classes, workouts, anatomy studies, photography online classes, time to read, etc.
but also scheduled time to do nothing and to just relax.
To be completely honest with you guys my daily plan is to get up at 7:30am and today, on the first day of my new plan, I already slept till 9am. 😅
I still got all the things done I wanted to achieve so it’s not a big problem for me. But somehow I still feel a little stressed.
That’s another lessons I need to learn. To be less harsh on myself.
More about this beautiful topic of self-love, forgiveness and how to deal with the current situation tomorrow at 4pm with my friend @dannipomplun in my daily free live class!
Tag someone who needs to relax more 👇🏽
Let’s practice together tomorrow at 4pm! ❤️
Good morning and Happy Monday! It’s Day 1 of the #ashtangabasicschallenge and today’s pose is Adho Mukha Svanasana- Downward Facing Dog. In today’s video, you’ll learn Suryanamaskara A- the first Sun Salutation. Practice along with me and post a photo in your downward dog!
I had planned for all of these videos to be on IGTV, but due to technical difficulties, today’s video will only be on YouTube. Click the link in my bio to watch and practice!
Join me LIVE at 1pm EST to practice the sun salutations together.
Remember to enter the challenge giveaway by tagging #ashtangabasicschallenge in your photos of the day, and following our sponsors: @yogibarri @freskincare @vivayalive @flexnflyofficial @facesoft_towels @bethelightmalas @maya_b.yoga
39 1665 hours ago
Yoga Sutra 2.42: Hoşnutluk tutumu ile en yüksek mutluluk elde edilir.
-samtoşād anuttamaḥ sukha-lābhaḥ