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Instituto Mexicano de Yoga (@yogamx) Instagram Profile Photoyogamx

Instituto Mexicano de Yoga

 image by Instituto Mexicano de Yoga (@yogamx) with caption : "EXPERIENCIA IMY! ⠀⠀
The Yoga Love Getaway!!!⠀⠀
Te invitamos a una sesión de Yoga muy especial!!!⠀⠀
Disfruta con tres inc" - 1962765840025985037
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EXPERIENCIA IMY! ⠀⠀ The Yoga Love Getaway!!!⠀⠀ Te invitamos a una sesión de Yoga muy especial!!!⠀⠀ Disfruta con tres increíbles maestras:⠀⠀ -Gaby Tavera - Durga Stef -Melanie Berthaud ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Cata de Chocolates guiada por la Reconocida Chef Mexicana Linda Cherem (Sale el Sol) ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ UV Body Painting & Live DJ. Set Invitado de Francia, Elie Omeir y un delicioso Chai de bienvenida!!⠀⠀ Diviértete y Celebra con tus amigos y pareja o conoce al amor de tu vida en esta experiencia!! Cupo limitado 30 asistentes*⠀⠀ El costo por la sesión es de 600 pesos.!! Te esperamos este 14 de febrero. 8:30 pm en 02 yoga Santa Fe (edificio haus)⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Para reservar tu lugar envíanos un mensaje directo! @yogamx *No se recibirá público sin reservación y confirmación.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Organizador: @alequinterooriateacher

Juliana Guimarães (@yoga.pondok) Instagram Profile Photoyoga.pondok

Juliana Guimarães

 Instagram Image by Juliana Guimarães (@yoga.pondok) with caption : "AtoladA na areia. 😅 
Pincha atolado, lançando tendência 🤣 .
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📸 @guiga_alessa .
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AtoladA na areia. 😅 Pincha atolado, lançando tendência 🤣 . . 📸 @guiga_alessa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . teacher

Annemarie Gallipoli (@butfirst_webreathe) Instagram Profile Photobutfirst_webreathe

Annemarie Gallipoli

 image by Annemarie Gallipoli (@butfirst_webreathe) with caption : "A gentle reminder to take time daily to meditate - it can be 2 minutes or 2 hours - whatever it is, it is, try to find t" - 1962765419748389076
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A gentle reminder to take time daily to meditate - it can be 2 minutes or 2 hours - whatever it is, it is, try to find the time for yourself. teacher

 Instagram Image by Alena (@yogabyalena) with caption : "Honest Post! 
My friend @elenaish inspired me to write this by sharing about her surgery and the importance of paying at" at Mendocino, California - 1962764675233893969

Honest Post! My friend @elenaish inspired me to write this by sharing about her surgery and the importance of paying attention to the signals of your body even though on the surface everything looks amazing. A lot of people compliment me on my practice based on what they see here on Instagram. And I accept these compliments, because in a way, the physical aspect of my practice got much stronger over the last year. Reasons are: 1. I have done a great deal of personal research on the mechanics of movement, as well as couple trainings on that. 2. I did a lot of drills targeting specific poses/movements. 3. I recorded my practice, and looking at my shapes on the pictures, I learned a lot about my body, and adjusted my practice based on that. 4. I took classes with a lot of different teachers both in-person and online and picked up many cues and concepts that I now use in my practice and in my classes. And from the outside everything looked great even for me. But what Im realizing now is that I don’t feel that good in my body anymore. I wake up with pain in my shoulders, and my tummy problems came back. I think a lot of it is happening, because in all of my learning and studying, which is also yoga (think Jhana yoga - path of knowledge) I was forgetting to pay attention to what’s going on inside of me. I was engaging my mind, but couldn’t get of it. I was taking less time to concentrate on my breath, and almost never finished with long shavasana when I practiced. I was less connected to my experience, and more interested in general knowledge. While it helped me a lot, and I plan to still study a lot about body and movement and philosophy, I am now slowly coming back to the place where I can just practice and think less. If that’s familiar to you, below are tips on making your practice more meaningful again. 1. Be really attentive to the signs your body gives you. If sometimes doesn’t feel right, ask yourself “why?” 2. Always do a complete practice. Even if it’s a 15-min one, start with centering and breaking, and take shavasana to let your practice integrate. 3. Start moving you body in a different way- dancing, martial arts, tennis, you name it. 🙏🏻

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Roni Yaari (@roni_yaari) Instagram Profile Photoroni_yaari

Roni Yaari

 Instagram Image by Roni Yaari (@roni_yaari) with caption : "Show yourself some love & affection... come practice with us!
Class Offerings for Wednesday, 1/23
8:45 am-10:00:  Hatha " at Inner Spirit Yoga - 1962764108717806400

Show yourself some love & affection... come practice with us! Class Offerings for Wednesday, 1/23 8:45 am-10:00: Hatha w/Core Integration led by Roni 10:15 am-11:30: Yoga for Strength & Stability led by Andrea 11:30 am-12:30: Mama & Baby Yoga Series with Kristina 4:30 pm-5:45: Vinyasa Flow (Donation Class) led by Beth 6:00 pm-7:15: All Levels Vinyasa Flow led by Roni 7:30 pm-8:30: Meditation with Roni ($10 suggested donation for non-members) teacher