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  • PSA from a brilliant dude you may know.

    Take the class, do the training, invest in the workshop, get tickets to see the speaker, finally actually enroll in that program. No matter how much education you have, it’s never enough.

    Just saying.

    The magic is in the knowledge. However random or diversified that knowledge it may become overtime (🙋🏼‍♀️ Jill of many trades). 🤓👌🏼💖💫 ⠀
    P.S. There is still time to enroll in yoga sculpt training with me at @greenwoodathleticclub.
  • PSA from a brilliant dude you may know.

Take the class, do the training, invest in the workshop, get tickets to see the speaker, finally actually enroll in that program. No matter how much education you have, it’s never enough.
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Just saying.
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The magic is in the knowledge. However random or diversified that knowledge it may become overtime (🙋🏼‍♀️ Jill of many trades). 🤓👌🏼💖💫 ⠀
P.S. There is still time to enroll in yoga sculpt training with me at @greenwoodathleticclub.
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  • We know you’ve been putting your activewear to good use! Give it the best treatment with @thelaundress. ✨
    #reshape #reshapeactive #thelaundress


    Repost @thelaundress
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    New year, new fitness goals! Don’t sweat stained or smelly workout clothes. With some simple tips for preventing odor and sweat stains and a little elbow grease, you can keep activewear fresh and lasting for years to come. After all, your hardest work should be done in the gym – not in the laundry room! Read more on the blog (link in profile).
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    📷: @houseofhaveman
  • We know you’ve been putting your activewear to good use! Give it the best treatment with @thelaundress. ✨
#reshape #reshapeactive #thelaundress
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Repost @thelaundress
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New year, new fitness goals! Don’t sweat stained or smelly workout clothes. With some simple tips for preventing odor and sweat stains and a little elbow grease, you can keep activewear fresh and lasting for years to come. After all, your hardest work should be done in the gym – not in the laundry room! Read more on the blog (link in profile).
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📷: @houseofhaveman
  •  2  1 6 minutes ago

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  • Learning about headstand on the 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training course. Why headstand can be such a risky pose for the neck spine. Look at the different arm lengths and imagine how much a neck has to bend and discs have to compress if you have short arms! #yogateachertraining #wellnessconnection #yogaeverydamnday #capetown
  • Learning  about headstand on the 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training course. Why headstand can be such a risky pose for the neck spine. Look at the different arm lengths and imagine how much a neck has to bend and discs have to compress if you have short arms!  #yogateachertraining #wellnessconnection #yogaeverydamnday #capetown
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  • Happy Hump Day! I hope you all woke thankful for all the blessings in your life! Stay rooted! 🤙🏻🌲
  • Happy Hump Day! I hope you all woke thankful for all the blessings in your life! Stay rooted! 🤙🏻🌲
  •  4  1 7 minutes ago

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  • Last night : 20 mins in this simple position - "constructive rest pose" - lying on my back, knees bent, feet flat on the floor was a real helper for my sore back. I'm not sure what happened, but all of a sudden yesterday I became aware of a locked sensation in my thoracic spine, between my shoulder blades, and at one point it felt like my whole upper back was burning. I have been playing with various movements to see if I can ease this today, and am also seeing an osteopath later today. Aside from times like this when we may feel aches or pains, I love this position for general decompression, unwinding, letting go - the importance of which is not to be underestimated in our over-stimulated world! If you would like to try this yourself, you could either go plain and simple straight on the ground or on a yoga mat if you have one. Or like me do any of the following (I was feeling fragile yesterday and after all the softness and comfort I could get!) place a blanket under you, another blanket folded under your head - aim for length at back of neck, as well as throat, forehead level with chin, and another blanket over you for warmth, I've also got a yoga belt fastened around my thighs to hold my legs hip width apart - you could try using a soft scarf instead. Bring attention to your breath, a really easy breath through your nose (unless you have a stuffy nose in which case breathing through a slightly open mouth can feel easier!). Allow your jaw, throat, tongue to relax and invite some space into your mouth, between the upper and lower rows of teeth. Notice the feeling of your breath coming and going. Can you feel your body expanding on your inhale, gathering back on the exhale? Perhaps you can feel how your spine moves with your breath - almost like a wave 🌊, undulating movements with the inhale and the exhale. Perhaps with each out breath, allow your body to settle, notice the support of the ground beneath you and let go of any tension you notice you're holding in your body or in your mind. I sometimes also work with an affirmation "I let go" or "I release myself from the burden of this" - good if my mind is particularly active in an unhelpful loop. ❤️
  • Last night : 20 mins in this simple position - "constructive rest pose" - lying on my back, knees bent, feet flat on the floor was a real helper for my sore back. I'm not sure what happened, but all of a sudden yesterday I became aware of a locked sensation in my thoracic spine, between my shoulder blades, and at one point it felt like my whole upper back was burning. I have been playing with various movements to see if I can ease this today, and am also seeing an osteopath later today. Aside from times like this when  we may feel aches or pains, I love this position for general decompression, unwinding, letting go - the importance of which is not to be underestimated in our  over-stimulated world! If you would like to try this yourself, you could either go plain and simple straight on the ground or on a yoga mat if you have one. Or like me do any of the following (I was feeling fragile yesterday and after all the softness and comfort I could get!) place a blanket under you, another blanket folded under your head - aim for length at back of neck, as well as throat, forehead level with chin, and another blanket over you for warmth, I've also got a yoga belt fastened around my thighs to hold my legs hip width apart - you could try using a soft scarf instead. Bring attention to your  breath, a really easy breath through your nose (unless you have a stuffy nose in which case breathing through a slightly open mouth can feel easier!). Allow your jaw, throat, tongue to relax and invite some space into your mouth, between the upper and  lower rows of teeth. Notice the feeling of your breath coming and going. Can you feel your body expanding on your inhale, gathering back on the exhale?  Perhaps you can feel how your spine moves with your breath - almost like a wave 🌊, undulating movements with the inhale and the exhale. Perhaps with each out breath, allow your body to settle, notice the support of the ground beneath you and let go of any tension you notice you're holding in your body or in your mind. I sometimes also work with an affirmation "I let go" or "I release myself from the burden of this" - good if my mind is particularly active in an unhelpful loop. ❤️
  •  5  1 8 minutes ago
  • Balancing is not always easy- especially when trying to balance on something more round than flat!
    The better part of this was when a @thecandytopia employee walked up to me after and said “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavntu. Namaste Namaste” with her hands in 🙏🏼
    Wherever you go, you’ll always find someone who wants “All beings everywhere to be happy and free, and for their own thoughts, words, and actions in their own life contribute in some way to the happiness and freedom for all.”
    Namaste 🙏🏼 #yogaislife #yogagoals #yogaeverydamnday
  • Balancing is not always easy- especially when trying to balance on something more round than flat!
The better part of this was when a @thecandytopia employee walked up to me after and said “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavntu. Namaste Namaste” with her hands in 🙏🏼
Wherever you go, you’ll always find someone who wants “All beings everywhere to be happy and free, and for their own thoughts, words, and actions in their own life contribute in some way to the happiness and freedom for all.”
Namaste 🙏🏼 #yogaislife #yogagoals #yogaeverydamnday
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