Reverse plank is slowly becoming one of my favourite poses, and it’s really good for strengthening the lower back and the backside of the arms! It also has the benefit of being a heart opener - encouraging to take love and light in!
Hello my #Beautiful #Yogis. I want to say thank you to everyone for sending me love and great vibes on my birthday today. This is 34, I am healthier, stronger and happier than I have ever been. This body has birthed and nursed two healthy children, it has sustained me, and held me up. It continues to amaze me. I have grown so much over the last couple of years. Thank you for being a part of my journey, watching my videos, listening to my random musings, liking my pics. You guys inspire me everyday to be better than I was the day before. I love you for that! Here’s to another trip around the sun, I am 34 years strong! Sleep well, stay #light and #awesome.
Uh….hey. I know you’ve been trying to work out more – proud of you, by the way – but it looks like you haven’t been keeping up with your regime. Come on, let’s get a little something in. Are you still sore from the other day? We can start light, why don’t we do some yoga?
Plank into….downward dog? How does that sound? I’ll even spot you.
There…looking good – your form I mean, g-good form. Take your time with getting back into the groove of things, I know it’s a process. When spring comes we can start going hiking and rock climbing.Or..maybe just go for a walk, it’s up to you.
I believe strength in yoga is not about the thousand Chaturangas we can do in a class, but about finding with in every asana a space to be calm, to connect with ourselfs, to take a deep inhale that brings new prana to every corner of our body, mind and soul…a strength that links the physical body to our emotions, our mind and soul.