Hope you can be receptive in nature.
Hope you realize Nature’s sound doesn’t use alphabets, yet it explains a lot.
Hope you deeply comprehend besides what is said.
Hope you grasp the frequencies and let those frequencies to be imprinted in you.
Hope you can summon those vibrations back in the time you needed.
Hope you truly know and never forget you have a great gift to the ability to recall.
Hope you appreciate your gifts and live joyfully.
Balance is the most crucial concept for maintainability and a crucial component of physical ability. My body needs adequate recovery times after workout whether it running or hiking. If I’m doing a physically rigorous exercise I should balance it with a yummy stretching or a gentle massage. My body needs to be nourished, nurtured and replenished before another intensive training.
In that sense, the series of restorative movements helps me a lot. Combining forward folds, deep twists to remove the lactic acid, calm the nervous system and revitalize my body is necessary to feel grounded, refresh, and go forward.
Furthermore, those easy movements and poses create an easy secure place for meditation.
Meditation is like a homecoming party. It leads me to embody playful, joyful and enchanting aspects of the Divine. It allows me to free myself from the manipulations and let me get more from every moment and movement.
Hello Winter! Hello December!
You’re the last one, but who knows, maybe you can the best one 💖
“Action is movement with intelligence. The world is filled with movement. What the world needs is more conscious movement, more action.” B.K.S. Iyengar
“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” B.K.S. Iyengar
Do you mind a little bit careful, attentive, sensitive and respectful?
Do you mind living heaven on earth? 🙏🏻💖💚💝💫
“There is nothing prettier in the whole world as a girl in love with every breath she takes.” Atticus
Nature has the best style, the best set of paints, the best combination. 💖
“Turn your face toward the sun, and the shadows fall behind” anonym