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Yogi Surprise

Dedicated to elevating your yogic journey, both on and off your mat. πŸ’œπŸ“ΏπŸ™πŸ» #yogisurprise #liveyourdharma

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Sneak peek at August's Jewelry Box 😍. . . . Harmonize your chakras with this exclusive necklace featuring 7 unique crystals on a silver colored chain. Wear one or multiple crystal pendants to create your own signature chakra necklace. . . . Red Colored Howlite for the Muladhara Chakra (Root)Grounding, Safety and Security Tiger’s Eye for the Svadhistana Chakra (Sacral) Creativity, Sensuality and Energy flow Yellow Jade for the Manipura Chakra (Solar Plexus) Self Confidence, True Power, Power to Manifest Rose Quartz for the Anahata Chakra (Heart) Love, Tenderness, Compassion Lapis for the Vishudda Chakra (Throat) Communication, Truth Amethyst for the Ajna Chakra (3rd Eye) Intuition, Insight, Inner Vision Clear Quartz for the Sahasrara Chakra (Crown) Meditation, Higher Realms
Mid week reminder πŸ’œ Your practice off the mat is just as important. . . . #liveyourdharma #yogisurprise #yogaeverydamnday
5 ways to feel more alive πŸ™ . . . 1.) Feast Your Eyes Turn your vision on today by taking some extra time to look around and to take in all the beauty that surrounds you. Always try to notice new things, and you will see the world with new eyes. 2.) Wake Up Your Taste Buds Use the powerful sense of taste to experience what nourishes you. Locate the subtle hints of minerals in a mouthful of water, become more familiar with a certain spice, or experience just how juicy and sweet a summer peach can be. 3.) Hear Subtle Sounds If you take a little extra time to listen today, you will be amazed at what you hear. The world is filled with vibrations β€” many of which you can pick up with your ears β€” so see what you can hear today that you have never heard before … a light wind, a child laughing, a bird landing. 4.) Stop and Smell the Roses Get outside and open your nose. Every season presents new fragrant experiences to enjoy β€” wildflowers in the summer, crisp air in autumn, cold snow in winter, and moist soil in spring. 5.) Be in-Touch One very tangible way to connect with your world is through touch. Try a heartfelt hug or running sand between your hands. Let this potent experience of connection lead the way to exploration of the earth and with your relationships every day.
Peek what came in this Month's Embrace New Adventure boxes! Don't miss out on next month.. Click on the link in our bio to peek what's coming in August! 😍 . . . @crizia_rn_yoga : "I always embrace new adventures!! And @YOGISURPRISE July’s boxes are just perfect for that endeavor!!!! The lifestyle and the jewelry boxes are so perfect with my #wanderlust heart πŸ’œ!!! " #yogisurprise #loveislove #fannypackisback
We must rebel against the thoughts that lead to habits that don’t make us whole. We have to hold on to our commitments to our priorities that let us be good, even great. Washing away regret and moving forward is the only way to go. Go boldly after what you really want. This is our dharma. This is our liberation. Go forward and be fantastic. πŸ’œ . . . @esteryoga . . . #yogisurprise #liveyourdharma #yogaeverydamnday #meditation #yogi #wellness #namaste #yogalife #mindfulness
Start your Monday with this yoga sequence to develop your sense of direction and plant yourself firmly on your path to greatness πŸ™ . Being in Tadasana (Mountain Pose). Get oriented to your crown being north, your feet being south, your left side being west, and your right is east. Reach your arms wide (east and west). Bend your knees and lower your hips (south) into Chair Pose. Wrap your left arm over your right arm, hugging yourself tightly. Position your palms together, then wrap your right leg over your left culminating into Eagle Pose. Pull everything towards the center of your body, stimulating your inner compass. We can always come back here if we get lost. Unwrap everything and find the four corners of your space. Arms are out in a V-shape and step your legs into a V as well landing in Star Pose. Take up space while feeling grounded. Breath deeply, filling yourself with a sense of clarity and strength. Hop back to center, Mountain Pose. Fold forward into Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend). Inverting so that everything is moving south. Step back into Plank Pose. Look forward (north). Feel your heels reach back (south). Move your hips toward the ceiling or sky and your heart forward into Cow Pose. Dome your upper back and point your hips down pulling your ribcage into your spine, Cat Pose. Come back to tabletop and extend your left leg straight back landing on the ball of your foot. Now step your left over to the right side of the room (east). Feel the radiation in your hips and you move along a diagonal plane. Your leg is straight. Now bend it and move your left kneecap behind your right knee crease. Move your shins as far apart as you can and walk your hands further to the left, maintaining a diagonal line (northwest). Sit back if your hips allow for it, possibly all the way to the ground. Breath here for as many moments as you like. return to tabletop and repeat on the other side. Each time you shift directions, enjoy the reorientation process always knowing you control the direction. Once you’ve completed both sides and returned to tabletop, sit back in Child’s Pose (Balasana) and rest, coming back to your center.
New Challenge Alert! Please join us for the #YASummerChallenge July 16th - July 29th as we dig deeper, learn more about ourselves, and practice self-love through asana, self-care + other fun techniques. If you feel it's time to focus on self-love and personal growth, this is your challenge. We encourage support and engagement with other participants throughout this challenge. Let's give ourselves some love and lift each other up! . Hosts: @ashtonaugustyoga @arifishmama @saltwater_she_said @ellebeau.yoga . Sponsors: @yogiapproved - 6-months of free online YogiApproved Classes @yogisurprise - 6-months free subscription @k.deer - $125 gift card @byoganow - B Mat . Pose line up: 1. Nature photo 2. Yoga pose with your favorite book 3. Self-care ritual 4. Least favorite yoga pose 5. Favorite yoga pose 6. Someone that brings you joy 7. Dancer's Pose 8. Alternate Nostril Breathing 9. Self- massage 10. Dedication yoga pose 11. Crow Pose 12. Headstand 13. Wheel Pose 14. Warrior II . How to join: -Share the fun! Repost this flyer to your IG page and tag your friends to join the challenge -Follow all Hosts and generous Sponsors -Practice with us from July 16th - July 29th and post a new picture of the pose we are practicing each day. Please feel free to modify the pose as needed and include your intention for the day if you'd like to share -Be sure to use #YASummerChallenge and tag all Hosts and Sponsors so we can see your posts . We are so excited for this challenge and to connect with all of you! #yogachallenge #igyogachallenge #yogiapproved #myyogapractice #igyogacommunity #igyogalove #yatribe #yogainspo
@chaturanguy rocking his side crow with his Mens Yoga Box! Still have a guy in your life who doesn't have one? That's okay, click on the link in our bio πŸ˜‰ . . . "It's awesome! It was a brogi themed box with a ton of cool, fun stuff in it. I'll post a new item from in the box daily so keep checking back to see what was inside! I really hope they make some more brogi boxes! Also here's my side crow I got it for the first time the other day, deff still needs some work, I kinda crushed my box doing the pose oops πŸ˜¬πŸ˜­πŸ€·β™‚"
GET OUTSIDE! . . . If you're reading this post, take a deep inhale & then exhale and scurry on out the door! 🌱
What are you grateful for? . . . Like this post and let us know in the comments below for a chance to get a free yoga jewelry box! πŸ’œ
β€’ CREATE SPACE AND BODY CONSCIOUSNESS β€’ . "Sometimes we feel so overwhelmed with the daily stresses of life that we often forget about our true self and our true desires. And by having a stressful life we also forget about moving our bodies, so muscles get tense and joints get more and more compressed. . Practicing yoga is a way to create space in us. It helps us distance ourselves from the materialistic and ego-centered life and it also helps us create space in our physical structures. By using the breath and concentration to synchronize all this, we start to be more conscious of our minds, spirit and bodies. . Poses like this one, the Parvati’s Dance is not easy at all. It requires concentration, calm breathing and a lot of body consciousness so that we understand where we’re placing our arms and legs in this space around us. As long as we’re breathing and staying calm, everything connects and we feel peaceful and are able to smile as well! " @sarahuactive with the wisdom and grace πŸ’œ
Mid-week reminder πŸ’œ . . . #liveyourdharma
β€œIf you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.” πŸ™πŸ» - Amit Ray, Om Chanting and Meditation . . . . "Still loving this months #yogisurprise box! Can’t wait to see what July’s box holds! @christyc170 " . . . #yogainspiration #yogapractice #yoga #meditation #selflove #selfcare #meditate #yogisurprise #liveyourdharma
Intentially choose you. Invite love into your practice today πŸ’œ . . . @suchitra_rx
Boxes are landing! . . . Don't miss July's box! It's full of Wanderlust and Exploration! πŸ’œ
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