Did you guys know I've been doing yoga over 20 years? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I've always looked and felt young but, being able to say I've done something for 20 years really puts my age into perspective 🤣🤣🤣 However, time truly does cultivate a wise approach. When I was younger, I would practice SO much, sometimes 3 times per day! Aside from the fact that I have less time now, I also prefer to practice more intelligently these days...slower and more mindful of my breath and body. Poses like this still feel good, they feel better actually, more embodied. How long have you been doing yoga for?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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#pour#salt on your #yogamat it said.
#wait for #24hrs it said.
#practice#yoga for a #lifetime it said.
When I do things, I like to go all in. This time I had a beginners #intensive#yogaclass last week @tonsbergyoga and had made up my mind to let it sink in a bit before I jumped in both feet. And I did... wait atleast eight days! So today I signed up for a whole year, and invested in a #manduka yoga mat! I have been longing for this for years, and #finally I had the #courage to begin. Yoga is the thing for me. I have only just begun, but feel this in the #core of my being. It is a lot of #pain and #suffering at the moment, but as the clouds before the sun, this too will pass.
Because of my bad eating habits #Junkie I have to be responsible ....
I have a new Bae..my new chilling Spot #Yogamat
A concoction of #PlungingExercice#Sit-ups #Squats#Push-ups
Anything and Everything goes...by the end of the day I have to eat and be Fit
Some forest facts for you, you’re welcome🌾
- Shinrin-yoku is a term that means "taking in the forest atmosphere" or "forest bathing." It was developed in Japan during the 1980s and has become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine🌲
- Scientists have found that older bigger trees share nutrients with smaller trees, which later repay them back when they have developed🌱
- There is an entire forest, over 80,000 years old, in Utah, made up of one single tree with one massive underground root system, called a Quaking Aspen. It’s also the heaviest known organism, weighing at 6,000,000 Kg🌳