29 9 / 2014

carlingyoga:

what happens when you finally get your toes to touch your head? 

enlightenment? nope. 

your wiggly little toes are just on your head. 

let it go.

This chick gets it.

carlingyoga:

what happens when you finally get your toes to touch your head?

enlightenment? nope.

your wiggly little toes are just on your head.

let it go.

This chick gets it.

29 9 / 2014

as cute as a button

as cute as a button

29 9 / 2014

twistedmoonyoga:

Day 25 of #BalanceBasics and #MermaidYogis - dancer pose and bound side angle! I rarely practice dancer on my own, since I have a tough time balancing on one foot, but I think all my hamstring and hip flexor stretching has helped!!

Gorgeous!

29 9 / 2014

kajubooty:

just keep breathing through panics and hurt feelings just keep breathing

kajubooty:

just keep breathing through panics and hurt feelings just keep breathing

(via yogarian)

28 9 / 2014

burnedintomyheart:

spacious heart. | by BURNEDINTOMYHE∆RT

Ooh, I love this so much!

burnedintomyheart:

spacious heart. | by BURNEDINTOMYHE∆RT

Ooh, I love this so much!

28 9 / 2014

Get some light up in this spring cleaning, damn.

28 9 / 2014

kea-yoga:

Let go let go let go

kea-yoga:

Let go let go let go

28 9 / 2014

magicpanties said: hello, hoping i could ask you something. do you have any tips on practicing challenging yoga poses on your own? i practice at home but find it difficult to focus and practice poses like the scorpion pose and hand stand. thanks :)

oh hi, magicpanties! apologies for not getting to your message sooner.

well, my normal routine is to do some basic stretches and then move up to the more challenging backbends such as wild thing and wheel. then i’ll move to the wall. when practicing more challenging poses, i’m honest with myself: if i need a strap, i use one. if i need a block, i grab it.

but lately i’ve been starting my normal practice near a wall so that i can integrate back-and-forth walk-overs into, say, sun salutations; (back-and-forth walk-overs meaning: down-dog, handstand, wheel, backwards handstand, to don-dog—though i usually fail at the backward handstand!).  i follow my body’s flow, a la meghan currie. so, for example, i flow from downward dog, walk-over/handstand into wheel, bend my knees while moving into camel.

anyway, long story short (too late): try moving against a wall and be honest with yourself. power to you and your practice, lovely!

28 9 / 2014

moonrootsyoga:

Follow me on Instagram for even more yoga 😊

if you want

moonrootsyoga:

Follow me on Instagram for even more yoga 😊

if you want

28 9 / 2014

If there is a pose that has made a 180 in my life it’s wild thing. I love this pose so much.

If there is a pose that has made a 180 in my life it’s wild thing. I love this pose so much.

(Source: moonrootsyoga)