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@yoga_lovely on God ❤️
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"A real sign of spiritual maturity is looking to God for purpose and perspective instead of comfort and convenience." Don't get me wrong, I totally understand going to God for comfort and convenience but more often then not this leads to complacency. I know that once God solves my issues, I just move on and forget to look for the lessons that needed to be learned during that season.
But looking to God for perspective and purpose really changes the way we go through life and helps us understand Romans 8:28
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose”
This verse brings so much peace to my heart right now because it reminds me that God does promise for this life to be any less cruel, less painful, less sad, and less hard... but he promises that he will work out everything for OUR good, because he loves us. His plan is greater than mine, and I trust that. Although I don't understand why certain things happen, I know that God is at work and through this he will teach me something, strengthen my faith, or lead me to someone who needs encouragement or I don't know, but I know it will lead to something good!
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Wearing @aloyoga fall collection and if it wasn't for this hot Miami sun, I'd totally be feeling fallish lol.
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@ainania_yoga on Standing Hand to Big Toe
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•UTTHITA HASTA PADANGUSTHASANA ALIGNMENT•
The sooner you have your body alignment correct, the better you will progress.
Yoga is not only about working one body part, is all body focused.🙏🏼😉
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Cuanto antes tengas la alineación de tu cuerpo correcta, más rápido vas a progresar. El yoga no es un trabajo sólo sobre una parte del cuerpo, sino que está enfocado en todo el cuerpo enfocado. 🙏🏼😉
#AinaniaYogaTips for yesterday #AshtangaYogaChallenge pose! ✨
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@natashaswinteryoga on All You Have ・・・
#FallForHipOpeners Feeling down today. This was all I had in me. Hope you are well 😘
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Hosts @coffeeandrainbows @tiny.kirsty @yogoskenz
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@coffeeandrainbows on Toe Taps and Wine 🍷 ・・・
#toetaptuesday wine edition 🍷💁
I wanted to try this float to crow to toe tap all day. That was super fun. #toetapgames also #LOLASANATOETAPS 💜
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@catbradleyyoga on Handstand
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I was asked recently what I believe to be the single magic tip that helped me find balance in handstand.... After I had worked out I wasn't going to die if I kicked up away from the wall I realised I had yet another mountain to climb- I had to work out how to stay up there AND be able to breathe!
Learning to kick up is the easy part (I still maintain learning to press first is golden!) However I know most people don't take this route and usually just go for it in the middle of a room. You find 4 or 5 seconds of hold and you know deep down in your heart that it's simply a fluke and not a controlled hold.

So I spent some time analysing my handstands to see if there was one thing I do that helps me stay there. And I think there might be something that I bet a lot of you don't do when you kick up..... Do you;
*Engage your glutes?
*Ensure scapulae are protracted before feet leave the floor?
*Use cambered hands?

It doesn't really matter what your legs are doing, you can do whatever shape feels right. They can be used as a counter balance in shapes like stag leg or split leg but otherwise my legs aren't really engaged unless I do straight HS I squeeze them together.
As soon as I kick up I squeeze my glutes and my fingers work hard to keep me balanced. I have to continually push the ground away to keep my shoulders elevated and protracted. Biceps facing forward. I also imagine my hips lining up over my palms rather than my wrists. The hips go much further back than you think they need to be. Also my upper arms are isometrically pulling towards eachother even though my biceps are facing forward.
Besides all of this I used to kick up at every opportunity I got. Ì just kicked and kicked, while cooking or watching TV basically any free second I got I kicked. L shape was my go to when I learned but for the L shape you do need to fire up the mula bandha/lower core. Otherwise my core just stays asleep in a HS. I'm not even sure I use my core unless I'm doing a straight one🙈
Hope these help and if you've any questions please feel free to ask away 😙
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@kathryn_grace_nocerino on Plank ・・・
✨PLANK✨ Programmed into pretty much every workout, but often done incorrectly! When I say 'push the ground away' this is what I mean! 👍🏼 shoulders stack over wrists; heels over toes
👍🏼 press the ground away; eyes of the elbows point forward
👍🏼 protract your scapula, doming your upper back
👍🏼 navel draws back toward your spine
👍🏼 slight tuck of the tailbone 👍🏼 quads and flutes engaged
✖️drop your hips
✖️ sink into your shoulders
✖️ have noodle legs!
👍🏼 drop to your knees if need be, but be sure to maintain your alignment
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@meghancurrieyoga on SPACE 🚀 ・・・
Space .
This morning I had my first home asana practice in weeks. I've been mostly all puppies and grinding (check side note for details on @runwiththepuppies ) and coming back to my asana practice reminds me of one of the most important lessons I have learned .
give space to grow
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There was a period of my life when I practiced diligently every day and felt like I was making no progress. I remember having to take a break, feeling super anxious about it, but stepping back onto my mat after the break, everything felt easier. I felt stronger and more open. I had noticeably advanced in postures
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For me one of the most challenging places to apply this lesson is in relationships with other human beings as well as in certain circumstances in my life off the mat
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Giving space to everything, everyone and myself, so all may have the opportunity to digest, process and come back with greater spacious ease. Evolved, grown stronger, wiser, and having fully integrate the lessons
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infuse more space. Take a break. A pause. Still. Rest. Chill. Let it go to Let it grow.
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Side note:
(Puppies and grinding are ultimately my favorite heart openers and you can follow @runwiththepuppies for updates on these and other dirty clean sacred sensual sexy talks. I'm Keeping this page private so we can be real raw and dirty like the puppies do. Don't follow if you are not a fan of my ass moving erotically un-predictably in space, sex positions of the day, and plain old sacred dirty nonsense)
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Love from here
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#movefromlove #practicenonperfection #loveeverymoment #puppiesandgrinding
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Ps. Teaching CHURCH Sunday 9-10:30am at @radiantlyaliveyoga in Ubud 💜🎉🎉
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@yoga_whisperer on Fire Crow 🔥
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How to: Fire Crow 🔸🔶🔸entry from Firefly Pose 🔶🔸🔶
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🗝Key Point: In bakasana/crow pose, your bottom is lifting upward. In tittibhasana/firefly your bottom is rooting downward. In this hybrid pose, you must find balance in the middle. Hugging into the midline and engaging core strength is a must to sustain any kind of hang time in flight.
Warm up with a well rounded practice. Focus on opening hips and hamstrings. And, please be sure to warm up your wrists.
Prepare for flight!
1️⃣Forward fold, feet hip width. Clasp hands behind heels. Wedge shoulders behind calves up toward the back of knees. Get knees as close together as possible. Move hands up behind calves. Work shoulders back further, knees in closer. 🔸🔶🔸
2️⃣Lower hands behind heels, fingers pointing forward. Bend elbows pointing back. Upper arms hug inward making a sturdy base of fully activated upper arms. Lower hips. Lower thighs parallel to the floor. 🔸🔶🔸 3️⃣Shift weight back to hands. Lift heels balancing on tip toes. Engage your core, draw lower belly in and up, lift pelvic floor ((squeeze your lady parts)) Round upper back. Press into fingertips, push floor away. Inner thighs hug into ribs, knees hug into shoulders ((like mad crazy))!
4️⃣Lift your gaze. Lift feet. Cross ankles, one foot over the other. Tone the feet. Meaning: flex & spread toes, press through heel and ball of foot. Hook the toes back. Create a tight connection. Full leg engagement creates the movement: squeeze lift, squeeze lift, squeeze lift! 🔸🔶🔸 5️⃣Extend legs for #tittibhasana powerfully projecting out through legs & feet. Belly can soften a bit here. Arms hug in. Hands press down. Legs hug in. Gaze forward. 6️⃣Draw belly in and up. Lean shoulders forward a bit more over wrists. Lift hips up. Level your legs parallel to the floor for low flying #firefly pose 🔸🔶🔸 7️⃣Bend one knee. Hug calf tight to thigh, heel to hip. Both legs powerfully hugging in & lifting up. 8️⃣Bent knee hugs in to outside of upper arm or up to tricep. Powerfully press, squeeze and lift for full #firecrow flight! 🔸🔶🔸 9️⃣Practice both sides. Enjoy your flight!
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@adventurewithirene on Practice. That is all. ✌️
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Practice
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@rivkayoga on a Noisy World
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🐺 I missed my little Rue bear and her kisses when I practice ☺️💦
Spending time in Hawaii makes me realize how noisy life can get, bombarded with that thing that has to get done or the business of the city, go go go. I noticed how little people rushed, how I very rarely heard a car horn being honked (when I did it was always a tourist loosing patience) and saw people connecting on basic levels that I feel living in a city can sometimes push away from you. Practice brings me back to this space, clearing out any noise that isn't my own heart's beat. 🎶
It's just so easy to hear on those islands ;)
💜 in @aloyoga
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@yogawithkalyani on Hand Pressing ・・・
👐Today's #AlignWithKalyani is all about Hand Pressing.👐
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🤚Knowing how to press with hands properly is very important in order to avoid wrist or forearm injuries. Hand pressing is important for #armbalance poses such as #DownwardFacingDog #UpwardFacingDog #Chaturanga #Plank #Cobra. It is even more important in balancing poses such as #CrowPose and #handstandpose .
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. . 👐Begin in table top position with your hands on the mat, shoulder width apart. As you bend the forearm, line up the creases in the wrist so that they are parallel with the outside of the mat. .
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🔵The blue circles are most important because that's where the majority of the hand stability comes from. Start your hand press by firmly planting and grounding in these 5 areas- especially the mounds of the fingers . . .
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⚪The white circles are the next priority. Press through these 5 areas to gain a better grip on the mat. .
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⬛The area in between the base of the index finger and thumb should not lift. This secures the hand in place and allows you to slightly cup the palm of your hand. . . .
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🔺Once the hand is fully grounded, begin to shift your weight onto your hands. Keep all points secured and distribute the weight evenly between each hand. Avoid collapsing into the wrists - this is where we can experience pain. .
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❓ Questions? ❔Comments? Let me know if you'd like me to post more like this! ❤️❤️
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