Sometimes hiking is just exhausting. He was fine in this picture but this face perfectly represents the hike during incline.
Another one from our collection: Studio Signs founder Dean G. Stanley painting a Rainer Beer billboard for Foster & Kleiser downtown Portland, OR 🇺🇸 in the late 1950’s. Stanley was well known for his pictorial painting skills.
Came across this recent drone shot of my neighborhood, Stadium-St. Helens, and although I didn’t take it, it’s just too good not to share. I love my city so much, and I’m so excited to see it grow. #GritCity #Tacoma #Rainier
Naches peak loop
Got home Sunday afternoon and just stayed disconnected. We did a little yard work, but mostly lounged with the cats and watched movies. It’s a little hard being back at work - I love my job, but the traffic and late buses this morning reminded me of the daily slog a lot of us do and reminds me why getting away is just so very very important. #backtothegrind #lastmomentsofvacay #deceptionpass #rainier #greenbank
That nervous look like in a split second this thing behind me could explode and we'd all be toast. ⛰️🌄⛰️
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Start your week off the right way!! Two more chances to catch me teaching today.
I’ll be up at Shanti Living Wellness at 11am for a Restorative class. Relax and rejuvenate.
Find me again at KTAC tonight at 4pm for an all levels Hatha practice.
Are you familiar with restorative? Many people aren’t totally clear on what it is. In restorative I’ll only take you through 4-6 poses the entire class. Each held from 5 to 20 minutes. Lots of props are used and queues to allow you to relax deeply.
In a yang practice, you’re utilizing muscular engagement and, therefore, stretching at a muscular level. When you practice restorative, you release any and all muscular control. After a minimum of 3 minutes the body is able to fully relax and the stress release now comes from the deeper connective tissues. I.e the fascia and ligaments.
If you only practice yang Yoga, and haven’t been on the yin side of the spectrum, you don’t know what you’re missing until you try it! Energy is always trying to seek balance. We need both the yang and yin energies. Come restore and rejuvenate today and see how this practice can be exactly what you never knew you needed!! ❤️
Reminiscing about last April in Montana has me feeling the itch. Soon enough. #skidoo850 #rainier