Oscar "the Grouch" Diaz
patrickbeach:

sunday morning lifting in portland! #yoga

patrickbeach:

sunday morning lifting in portland! #yoga

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dashama:

Sending love from Barcelona! 💗



#nofilter #shareyoga #spreadlove #30dyc #Pranashama #Spain #BeTheChange  (at Sagrada Familia Barcellona)

dashama:

Sending love from Barcelona! 💗

#nofilter #shareyoga #spreadlove #30dyc #Pranashama #Spain #BeTheChange (at Sagrada Familia Barcellona)

nivueniconnue:

August Yoga - 2014 

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little-yogi:

You are stronger than you think. Mentally and physically. We underestimate ourselves so often—especially when it comes to mental strength. We all know what it’s like to suffer, and we all know what it’s like to overcome and come out stronger. (at Beach Bee Yoga)

little-yogi:

You are stronger than you think. Mentally and physically. We underestimate ourselves so often—especially when it comes to mental strength. We all know what it’s like to suffer, and we all know what it’s like to overcome and come out stronger. (at Beach Bee Yoga)

(via yoga-granola)

amygoalen:

"When you do a backbend, your world literally gets turned upside down. By seeing things from a new perspective, you can allow for new and fresh thoughts come to mind." ~ Lindsay DahlYogi Alex Factor has an enviable backbend in his practice and I had to the pleasure of photographing him a few months back for my book “Inside the Warrior.”

amygoalen:

"When you do a backbend, your world literally gets turned upside down. By seeing things from a new perspective, you can allow for new and fresh thoughts come to mind." ~ Lindsay Dahl

Yogi Alex Factor has an enviable backbend in his practice and I had to the pleasure of photographing him a few months back for my book “Inside the Warrior.”

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Protect your Wrists in Ashtanga Yoga: Tips

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givemethecookiejar:

little-yogi:

I read an article the other day called “I don’t do yoga and it’s all because of you.” The article was directed towards the instagram yogis and yoginis and their “yoga selfies.” The author was very angry and bitter and was saying how all yoga selfies do are essentially say “I’m better than you” and are an excuse to do inappropriate poses while wearing tight and revealing clothing. She said that none of the yoga pictures represent real yoga and that if the person posting them thinks they are in any way inspiring, then we are kidding ourselves. I don’t agree. Any of you who have followed me for a long time, can see that I have progressed to where I am now—I was not always able to do inversions or splits or any advanced poses. I’ve come a looooong way. So I hope that none of you see my pictures and think “wow what a show off, I will never be able to do that and she is rubbing it in my face and I’m never going to do yoga now” because what I really want you to think is “if I practice long enough, anything is possible. I can do that with enough practice. If a regular person can do that after some dedication, then I definitely can.” I am not here to make you feel inferior, but to let you know that you can do anything if you dedicate yourself to it. Don’t ever let anyone stop you from pursuing anything—especially not something as insignificant as a picture of someone in a yoga pose.

I am a yogi and I LOVE seeing other peoples yoga pictures. It’s always inspiring, no matter what pose somebody does or how advanced they are. It always makes me happy to see somebody else enjoy their practice.
Interesting how easily this person judges others while yoga essentially is all about non-judgement. Who are they to say what “real yoga” is and isn’t?
Keep posting, yogi’s!!

givemethecookiejar:

little-yogi:

I read an article the other day called “I don’t do yoga and it’s all because of you.” The article was directed towards the instagram yogis and yoginis and their “yoga selfies.” The author was very angry and bitter and was saying how all yoga selfies do are essentially say “I’m better than you” and are an excuse to do inappropriate poses while wearing tight and revealing clothing. She said that none of the yoga pictures represent real yoga and that if the person posting them thinks they are in any way inspiring, then we are kidding ourselves. I don’t agree. Any of you who have followed me for a long time, can see that I have progressed to where I am now—I was not always able to do inversions or splits or any advanced poses. I’ve come a looooong way. So I hope that none of you see my pictures and think “wow what a show off, I will never be able to do that and she is rubbing it in my face and I’m never going to do yoga now” because what I really want you to think is “if I practice long enough, anything is possible. I can do that with enough practice. If a regular person can do that after some dedication, then I definitely can.” I am not here to make you feel inferior, but to let you know that you can do anything if you dedicate yourself to it. Don’t ever let anyone stop you from pursuing anything—especially not something as insignificant as a picture of someone in a yoga pose.

I am a yogi and I LOVE seeing other peoples yoga pictures. It’s always inspiring, no matter what pose somebody does or how advanced they are. It always makes me happy to see somebody else enjoy their practice.

Interesting how easily this person judges others while yoga essentially is all about non-judgement. Who are they to say what “real yoga” is and isn’t?

Keep posting, yogi’s!!

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fitblissbabe:

Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana)

yogi-moni:

Photos by Borislav Zhuykov

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migas:

Upside down at Tiger Lake (by B.Bubble)

migas:

Upside down at Tiger Lake (by B.Bubble)

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