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Morgen (15 dec): Info Sessie Yin Yoga Opleiding 2020 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ben je je aan het oriënteren om je verder te verdiepen in Yin Yoga? Of zoek je al concreet een Yin Yoga opleiding die past bij jou? Kom dan morgen naar deze gratis inspiratie- en informatiesessie. In deze sessie gaan we na een korte meditatie dieper in op wat onze opleiding je kan bieden. Er is alle ruimte voor vragen en antwoorden en een kopje thee. We zien je heel graag op zondag 15 december van 17.15 tot 18.15 uur in Studio IJburg. Voor meer info of om je in te schrijven, kijk op onze website!

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🌺🏄🏽‍♀️💌Day 1️⃣2️⃣ of #FromHawaiiWithLove with @cyogalife ➡️ #PrasaritaPadottanasana variant 💌🏄🏽‍♀️🌺 All asanas in this challenge make sense. The meaning of this pleasant asana is to tell us that the asanas of the next days will be impossible 🥵 And my 🐕🐕 #minpin #минипинчер . . . Hosts:
Carmen @cyogalab Modifications and explanations @jinny.suh.00 and @gmcyoga . #yoga #iloveyoga #instatoga #instayogi #dailypractice #yoga2019 #namaste #yogapose #yogi #yogini #yogaeverydamnday #yogachallenge #yogaaddict #yogajourney #balance #flexible #yogaeverywhere #йогавезде #асана #йога #practiceandallcoming

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Day 12 of 30-day Gratitude Challenge ❤️ I’m grateful for the outdoors and nature, for being able to enjoy sunshine, breathe fresh air, and feel my toes in the grass. ❤️ #naturewalk

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yoga.megs. Weekend Yoga .. I’m breaking away from the norm today and instead of i

Weekend Yoga .. I’m breaking away from the norm today and instead of intensive yoga practices I’m going to a Womb Yoga workshop, I’m nervous & excited all in one! Not sure what to expect but it’s exciting to be looking into a new avenue ❤️

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theworrierpose_. We learn to listen to our inner teacher in our yoga practice 💭👀👂🏼I

We learn to listen to our inner teacher in our yoga practice 💭👀👂🏼I am only here to facilitate the process, to hold a space for self discovery and opening of hearts❤️ . SO GRATEFUL for the presence of this lovely group this morning.🙏🏻☺️ The weather, the space and the energy were just dancing with each other in harmony👯‍♀️✨👯‍♂️ . My heart is so full❤️ Namaste🙏🏻 . . . . . . . . . . #hkyoga #yoga #yogaeverydamnday #yogis #yoginis #facilitatation #innerteacher #practiseandalliscoming #modifiedprimaryseries #ashtangavinyasa #padangusthasana #tapas #discipline #svadhyaya #selfenquiry #community #communityyoga #tamarpark #hkig #hk #greatful

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I have one hip that is more flexible/open than the other one, which allows me to go deeper into many asanas, and then I seem have more balance on my other side that is less flexible 😅🤸 It's all topsy turvy 💫 Has anyone else noticed this? Or is this just my weird body? 🤭 My practice has taught me the importance of being kind, gentle, and patient with my body. With each practice I feel I grow more appreciative of my body and all that it can do for me 🥰

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Krystal Yamamoto is a Yoga practitioner of almost 20 years and is a passionate advocate of somatic therapies. She is a 500HR Trauma Informed E-RYT and has extensive experience teaching in studios, workshops, festivals, teacher trainings and retreats both throughout Australia and abroad✨ . Growing up in Sydney as a newly migrated 6 year old from the Philippines, the dialogue she later came to identify as 'self-enquiry' was sparked as she began navigating her sense of "belonging" in her new environment. Due to a combination of unresolved generational trauma, cultural and financial pressures and the result of being under the care of a parent struggling with all of these factors expressed through addiction, Krystal battled with chronic post traumatic stress for the most part of her childhood. During her highschool years she instinctively gravitated towards swimming and performing arts where she began reclaiming her then predominantly disassociated self. She found refuge in the vastness of water and the discipline of syncing movement with breathe, and she was equally invested in the somatic exploration and expression she discovered in performing arts. Years of feeling overwhelmed by the emotional pain that invaded her body began to "un-freeze". This is when she began to make her journey "home"... back in her body✨ . After years of intuitively guiding herself towards practices that cultivated feelings of safety within her body, it wasn't until she went through a traumatic divorce that she dedicated an entire year of her time and resources towards finding true healing and resolve. Eventually Krystal's pursuit in acquiring healing, organically and sporadically birthed her path as a Yoga and meditation facilitator with a specific focus on somatics and the field of Trauma. She delivers annual Trauma Informed Yoga and Art Therapy workshops to children that have been rescued from sex trafficking in the Philippines and is a dedicated Social Justice and Animal Liberation activist. Devoted to the path of service and the teachings of Ahimsa, @krystalibre identifies as a peaceful warrior of Sacred Activism✨ . . . . . . #yogatasmania #bayoffires #backbend

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" Pursuit of Dharma at Angkor ( 9 images) " © 🕉 www.aumphotos.com 2019. All rights reserved. Any unauthorised copying or redistribution will constitute an infringement of copyright. Further photographs may be seen at: ॐ www.aumphotos.com 🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉 FOLLOW @aumnamahshiva for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material 🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉 Built in the 12th century, Angkor Wat represents the largest hindu temple complex in the world. Very few hindu icons remain; image 1 shows a broken shivalingam atop a yoni. Many temples have been taken over by buddhist iconography or tourist elephant rides ( image 8). This is a source of joy, not sadness for the true devotee of Sanatan dharma. Image 6 shows four buddhist novitiates being taken to Angkor on a tuk tuk. Image 7 shows a young girl spontaneously adopting a yogic posture. Image 9 shows a dog in a temple. The great zen master Joshu was asked by a monk, does a dog have Buddha nature. Joshu replied " mu " [Mu is the negative symbol in Chinese, meaning `No-thing' or `Nay'.] 🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉

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" Khmer buddhist monks en route to the Bayon temple (Two images) " © 🕉 www.aumphotos.com. 2019. All rights reserved. Any unauthorised copying or redistribution will constitute an infringement of copyright. Further photographs may be seen at: ॐ www.aumphotos.com 🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉 FOLLOW @aumnamahshiva for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material 🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉🕉 Four buddhist monks, carry their buddha bowls to perform ceremonies at Bayon temple, Siem reap. Cambodian monks follow Theravada buddhism since the 12th century. For 800 years before that, Mahayana buddhism was followed. During the Khmer Rouge period, 50 000 monks were killed. Buddhism was reinstated, in part with help from vietnamese sangha. The Bayon temple's most distinctive feature is the multitude of serene and smiling stone faces on the many towers which jut out from the upper terrace and cluster around its central peak. The temple has two sets of bas-reliefs, which present a combination of mythological, historical, and mundane scenes. The main conservatory body, the Japanese Government Team for the Safeguarding of Angkor (the JSA) has described the temple as "the most striking expression of the baroque style" of Khmer architecture, as contrasted with the classical style of Angkor Wat (Khmer: ប្រាសាទអង្គរវត្ត). @cambodia_images

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