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Matt Giordano  Follow me at @TheYogiMatt for more posts. Audio Workshops Now available on Theyogimatt.com!

http://www.theyogimatt.com/handstand

The important thing is not whether or not you got there but that you started walking towards it. Progress and growth is the foundation of purpose, and purpose is what gives our lives means, and ultimately what makes us sleep at night and wake up in the morning.thank you for following me here, please follow my other account @theyogimatt as I rarely use this one much anymore.

What creates the lightness, or the "float" in arm balances and transitions? New blog for those that want to learn on www.theyogimatt.com/blog

If you are beginning your yoga practice or wanting to develop the skills necessary for an advanced practice this is the video for you! The Best part is you can try the first session free! Just visit www.tintyoga.com/plan/2

There is one key element to all arm balances across the bored. In this video I reveal what it is, and if you watch the full video on YouTube.com/theyogimatt you will learn how to get it into your body for real!

NYC I am coming your way on Sunday for an ALL LEVELS workshop! Join me at pureyoga.com East! We will be practicing heart opening back bends with out the painful compression in the back. Instead we will explore techniques to unlock the ease in your practice.

Please share this with your friends in NYC!

take the pressure off your neck in headstand! Check out my latest video FREE on YouTube.com/theyogimatt •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
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Hi! @theyogimatt is the account I use everyday- this was a backup account when my other got hacked so please follow me there!! Lots of love!!

Headstand, ForeArmStand, and Handstand are all challenging poses to get into! In my latest video and Blog I have broken down the process into 3 approaches to accommodate different levels. I have also offered a secret for those with tight hamstrings, I think you'll dig it! Check out theyogimatt.com/blog or YouTube.com/theyogimatt

Goals: Good or Bad? Check out my latest blog on my website: theyogimatt.com/blog
Last week to sign up for the March 11-17 Retreat to Spain 🇪🇸!Message me for details or click the link in my @theyogimatt profile!

Missing my beautiful lady today, it's been 2 & 1/2 months since we've seen each other. Despite the distance, I am grateful to have someone special to miss and look forward to seeing again. Who do you have in your life that you haven't seen in a while but are so very thankful that they are still here, knowing that one day you'll reconnect?

Throughout my learning as a yogi I was often taught that the goal was contentment (or at least that is what I heard). At some point I became content and that was great for a while, nothing bothered me, I just lived everyday as it was. At some point contentment fell into boredom, or simply monotony. I had to pick myself up and move toward a new goal; excitement. Eventually the excitement became ungrounded and I needed to move toward certainty. Certainty became too predictable so I then shifted toward where I am at right now. Some call it a quest for balance. My approach is to recognize that for true contentment to be constant, I must always be observing what feels good and what doesn't. Always is key because what feels good today might shift tomorrow. It's a constant look at where I am stable, changing, growing, stagnant and so on. What brings me joy? What holds me back from it. Contentment is not an end point, it is a starting point.

"Pop-Up" retreat to Costa Rica Dec 16-19 (ALL levels) focused on Arm Balances, Hip Openers and Handstand! Message me for details or click the link in my @theyogimatt profile! 10%off when using the code InstaRica

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