Traveling allows us a unique opportunity to acquire greater understanding of cultures, humanity, and the world around us. This we already know. The effect of taking one's personal practice outside the routine comfort zone can wildly enhance one's perspective of the world and self. Combine the two for a life changing experience.
30 days until the commencement of the next 2016 Heed Yourself Bali Retreat. Can't wait to lead practice and share laughs and breakthroughs in this space. This is what all the planning and prepping leads to - bliss in waiting! Will you be joining us?
A couple spots left. Time is of the essence, just a few weeks away 🤗❤️
This goes out to everyone, but especially to my friend today in need (you know who you are): Believe in the crazy notion that you once rose from the waters to begin walking on two feet. Everything is possible. Keep looking forward and living your dream. What unfolds in between are just the crinkles. The more you walk the smoother the path becomes. Walk on my friends!
We spend so much of our lives living frontal heavy - leaning forward, slouching, driving, texting, reading, cooking. A variety of poses like upward facing dog (Urdhva Mukha Svanasana), cobra (Bhujangasana), even splits (Hanumanasana) can help counteract these frontal imbalances and make us feel and operate better by expanding the heart, chest, shoulders, arms, hips and legs.
Come explore some varieties of frontal body opening at tonight's Wednesday Night Fireside Yoga @ 7 PM, Mariner's Village Clubhouse.
Barriers are simple - artificially created walls we've erected amongst and between ourselves. Know that however daunting they may seem - oftentimes they remain quite pliable, just like you. Whatever barriers seemingly stand in your way or between yourself and a relationship, an opportunity, or just your way of thought - acknowledge their impermanence and pliability. Continue to explore creative avenues to enter new frames everyday.
Daily dose ~Naheed
Workshops, in the deconstructing of poses, sequences, and transitions, become an integral part of learning advanced practice safely and interactively. They will be a key component to 2015's syllabus! Here is my favorite photo from last year's Handstand Workshop. I get so happy seeing all the expressions of excitement, encouragement, and accomplishment. This is why practicing in workshop settings help practitioners learn skills that once felt unattainable. Looking forward to presenting a variety of workshops at the 2015 Ultimate Movement Retreat! They were by far the most fun at last year's retreat. Witnessed so much growth by all. See you there....Naheed