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Today with @yoga.everywhere is @mylittleyogi 😍💛 Morning 💗 sending love!! Self-esteem isn't everything; it's just that there's nothing without it. Love yourself my love take care of your equal 🌟 the way we feed our mind and soul is so important! ✨ Welcome to day 2 today's pose is any variation of 🙃🙃🙃💗 . #yogavibes #yogaanywhere #yogaholic #yogastudio #yogagoals #yogateachers #yogajournal #asanayoga #yogaheals #yogainstructor #yogainnature #yoganidra #iyengaryoga #yogaasana #yogaeverydamday #yogafitness #yogainspo #yogaforall #butiyoga #yogastrong #yogastretch #yogabalance #yogakids #yogadudes #yogafashion #yogaoffthemat asanayogacenter
Today with @yogafeature is Wheel pose tutorial by @adellbridges 🙏 When I first started practicing I found it so difficult, mostly because I was stiff as a board in my thoracic spine and my shoulders and arms weren’t exactly accommodating either! . . Areas to work on to help get the shoulders more stacked over the wrists (ie a more comfortable wheel pose and a position where transitions are easier) three areas to work on are: . . FOREARMS: stretch your forearms! I personally like placing my palms on the floor with my fingers pointing back towards me, but it’s a bit intense. Doing #puppypose against a wall with the fingers up is super useful because it also gets the shoulder and thoracic spine opening at the same time! . . SHOULDERS: along with puppy pose, #dolphinpose has got to be one of the best poses to open the shoulders. Bend your knees if you need to, and let your heels lift. The point is to press your chest back towards your thighs to open the shoulders up! . . THORACIC spine / upper back: again, puppy pose (in its many variations) is great for this area of the spine. Make it active, by squeezing your shoulder blades together. Also do lots of twisting! Twisting helps loosen up the upper back . . But finally, if you want to improve your wheel pose, PRACTICE WHEEL POSE. Breathe, slowly. Do 3 breaths to begin with, work up to 4, then 5, etc. I promise it gets easier! . . I think wheel pose is the best example of where we must find the balance between ease and effort. It’s not easy!! But how much ease can you find in this effortful posture? . . One more thing: the top left photo is NOT wrong. If that’s where you are, BE PROUD of yourself. Seriously. If you’re still working to get your head off the mat, BE PROUD of yourself! . . I love you all! #yogateacher #strength #yogatutorials #backbend #yogafeature #yogalooksgood #yogaforall #yogabeginner #yogaeveryday #yogaprogress #yogastrong #yogamotivation
Who else feels like this? 🤣🙋‍♀️ Yoga is a journey 🙏🏻❤️ Thanks for sharing @joe_lizzzzzz_yoga and @robinmartinyoga #yoga #yogalooksgood #yogafeature #yogateacher #yogaeveryday #yogaeverydamnday #yogaforall
Challenge accepted.. Trying to do it like professionals 😅 @yogafeature with @alex.handstand 💛💛
There is a difference between doing something right and doing something comfortably. Trust @bendyanya 😍🤸‍♂️ Anyone can use momentum or execute a movement quickly. But true strength comes from an isolated and controlled pace. I love slowing down movements as much as possible to see how much control I really have over a transition. This helps me see where I am weaker and allows me to work on those spots so I can be stronger overall. #aerialnation #backbend #backflexibility #bendyanya #cirfit #cirfit_lifestyle #contortion #contortionist #flexible #flexibility #onefitnessnation #pilates #poledancenation #strength #yogavids #yogafeature #yogateacher #yogalooksgood Fully clothed in swim shorts and sports top for all you curious cats out there 😉
Today's @yogafeature with @ch3rlieflow 🤗 It feels good to get back to my home practice 💙 I’m so excited it’s finally warm enough for outdoor yoga and I can finally make the most of this space 🌸🌿 ⠀ Moving to Nightjar Hiatus 🎶 #yogafeature #yogaflow #yogavids
The largest misconception we hear is that you need to have a certain body to do yoga. This could not be futher from the truth like our models show us 🙏🏻❤️ Make sure you share this with someone to inspire them and save it so you can try it out! Today @yogafeature is with @journey2antoinette 🤗 ・・・ I meant to post this video as well 🤦🏾‍♀️. This is my own variation of a flow. I always try to start with Sun Sals and then go from there when I practice. Another thing I try to do is find different ways to transition to and from some of the harder poses and that’s how we got this little gem here 😁. Also random, but I’m going kind of “fast” because I was trying to see if I could flow through it with little to no additional pauses. . . #yoga #yogalover #plussizeyoga #plussizefit #yogaeverydamnday #blackgirlyoga #igyoga #yogamom #yogaposes #igyogacommunity #madaboutyoga #iloveyoga #curvyyogis #curvygirlyoga #biggirlyoga #practicepracticepractice #namaste #yogisofinstagram #melaninandyoga #bodypositive #everybodycanyoga #balance #pose #blackgirlasana #yogaflow #plussize #fatyoga #yogatutorial #beginneryoga
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Want to be flexible but you don't think it's possible? See how @bendyanya has progressed throughout the years. The top photo was in 2012 after 6 months of progress. Yes, I did say the above photo was a progress photo. This pose didn't feel like a stretch at all! My back was frozen straight and I had no strength in my arms. I remember this was painfully and restricting feeling. The second photo was about a year of training with a few different coaches a few times a week! I gained a lot of basic knowledge here and was finally able to achieve cheststands without anyone forcing me into it. But I was 100% unable to breath in it. The third photo was after 3 years. The 3rd year I was primarily self training an occasionally would take a class, workshop or private from NEW coaches. I started gaining more strength, but still felt restricted in my upper and mid back. The 4th & 5th photos are after training with my current coach for 2 years at the rate of 3-5 days a week (5 years of training overall). My neck and lumber gained a lot of flexion and I was able to get into poses faster, breath and hold longer. The last is a photo from 7 years of training. The last 1-2 years I have been primarily self training because teaching schedule has been making it very difficult to make time to see my coach. These days I mostly focus on maintaining the flexibility I have gained and strengthening the control of my poses, transitions and tricks. That bring said (regardless if you are hyperaware and disciplined or not) a coach will always help you get somewhere faster as they can help pull and push you when you really need it. My coach has had a huge emotional impact on my training. She gave me so much confidence when I had none. And that confidence really helped me push myself to where I am today. Thank you @otgowaller , without your support I wouldn't be where I am today. I miss you and think of you every time I train 💜 #yogaprogress
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