moveyourasana:

I am learning, little by little, how important it is to let go of what doesn’t serve you. We say this all the time in yoga classes, don’t we? But how often do we truly allow ourselves to do this? More often than not, we dwell on things that upset us. Things we have no more control over than we do the weather. I’m starting to find out how liberating it can be when you make the conscious decision to remove yourself from all of that and surround yourself with people who love you, who support and encourage you and leave behind those that would rather drag you down. Keep moving forward, one step at a time, one breath after the next, no looking back. #yoga #yogini #yogateacher #asana #inversion #handstand #backbend

moveyourasana:

I am learning, little by little, how important it is to let go of what doesn’t serve you. We say this all the time in yoga classes, don’t we? But how often do we truly allow ourselves to do this? More often than not, we dwell on things that upset us. Things we have no more control over than we do the weather. I’m starting to find out how liberating it can be when you make the conscious decision to remove yourself from all of that and surround yourself with people who love you, who support and encourage you and leave behind those that would rather drag you down. Keep moving forward, one step at a time, one breath after the next, no looking back. #yoga #yogini #yogateacher #asana #inversion #handstand #backbend

"You knew…."

aspacemanfairytale:

I would kill for some Mozartkugeln and Tom Hiddleston right now. I love going to Austria for these fuckers.

Maisie Williams: I could learn a thing or two from Arya [x]

minelavida:


Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore.
Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson

Been there million timess!!

minelavida:

Pink sand on Ellafonisi Beach, Crete, Greece. Pink sand is formed of tiny red organisms that grow on dead coral reefs and pieces of shells which fall to the ocean floor and are washed onto shore.

Photo credit: Jan-Erik Larsson

Been there million timess!!

yogamimi:

Catching up, once again, on yogipeach's wonderful challenge!! These poses are beautiful and they lightened my mood! (Thank u for using my standing mermaid pose guide, I am so flattered!!)

yogamimi:

My friend and former student Maria doing a craaaazy cool handstand!! And she can stay there forever.. it really inspires me to practice more (then I go eat something or lie on the couch :) 

yogamimi:

My friend and former student Maria doing a craaaazy cool handstand!! And she can stay there forever.. it really inspires me to practice more (then I go eat something or lie on the couch :)