nyc yogi

Half Bound Triangle is a major favorite of mine and almost always included in my classes. A deep chest, hamstring and hip opener but also a leg and core strengthener, this pose has got it all. Expect to explore this pose in both my Thursday classes listed below.
6:30am - @sanghayogashala
7pm - @lucentyoga

instagram

Some Thoughts…
1️⃣ It is ok to know you are beautiful. It is ok to know you are smart. It is not ok to think that makes you better than anyone else.
2️⃣Smile at the people who won’t smile back, they may not deserve it…but they need it.
3️⃣Look up at the sky and realize the vastness of the world…but also realize that you are an integral expression of it.
4️⃣You will change and evolve into someone completely un-recognizable to you. One day you will realize that you are completely different person than you were 2,5 or 10 years back. That is how it should be. Don’t ever let anyone tell you that is bad thing.
5️⃣Travel, see the world and its amazingness, but don’t forget that everything you seek can be manifested right where you are.
6️⃣Acknowledge every emotion, feeling and thought. No matter how irrational they may be, they are still valid.
7️⃣Meditate, and if u don’t know how…Google it, and do it. Just trust me on this one.
8️⃣Fitness is a lifestyle, not a look.
9️⃣A bad situation can be 1,283,847,478,282 times better by just remembering to breathe.
#yoga #yogi #yogaeverydamnday #nyc #fitness #health #wellness #balance #fitgirl #fitfam #redhead #yogabod #inspiration #fit #instagood #nyc #love #happy #motivation #bbgcommunity #selflove #bbg #kaylasarmy #crowpose #headstand #thoughts

Made with Instagram

Crow, aka Bakasana, is the root of all yoga arm balances and inversions. It can definitely seem scary when you first attempt to balance the weight of your body, on your hands, your face hovering just a few inches from the ground. But with practice, and the knowledge of which muscles to engage (think core), you start to lift and fly and decide that perhaps there are more arm balances in your future. Watching students stick this pose for the first time is always fun as their excitement becomes contagious. Expect to become contagiously excited, and leave feeling strong and open in and after all of my classes this weekend listed below.
Sat 11am - @sanghayogashala
Sat 4:30pm - @lucentyoga
Sun 5pm - @sanghayogashala

Mets Hall of Fame Alumni Spotlight: Yogi Berra

After a 19-year playing career including a stint with the Mets in 1965, Yogi went on to manage the Mets from 1972-1975. His most succesful year as manager with the Mets came during the 1973 season when he lead the team to the NL Pennant. Yogi was known as much for his personality as his play on the field. Here are eight of our favorite Yogi-isms:

1. “Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical.”

2. “You can observe a lot by watching.”

3. “Nobody goes there anymore. It’s too crowded.”

4. “A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore.” 

5. “It’s like deja-vu, all over again.”

6. “When you arrive at a fork in the road, take it.”

7. “If the world was perfect it wouldn’t be.”

8. “It ain’t over till it’s over.”