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Linda || 18 || California

Hi and welcome! :) I made this blog to get inspired and stay motivated on my journey to health, wellness and self-discovery.

My favorite quote that I live by is "Life is your creation." Everyday may not be good, but we can choose to see the good in everyday. ♡

Ultimately my dream is to become a life coach and help others make their dreams become a reality. Knowing that I could spend my time helping others makes me happy. If you have any questions or just want to chat, feel free to message me! XO

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herbanlife:

Day 18: Flexibility

Wheel Pose / Urdhva Dhanurasana 

Being a dancer made me flexible for most of my life, but not being persistent about stretching the last few years set back how far I was able to take my yoga practice. Although it was frustrating at first to not be able to do things with ease like I once could, it’s been good to start over again with a clean slate. There are so many things that yoga has taught me about alignment that directly contradicts ballet. Dancing screwed my body up and gave me irreparable injuries. Yoga has given me the power to rehabilitate those, and focus on listening to my body instead of pushing it to do unnatural, damaging things. 

Most of all the focus has shifted. I was taught for years in ballet to strive for aesthetic perfection (both in flexibility and poise), and instead yoga teaches that practice makes progress. The pressure is nonexistent. Patience is a virtue.

Wheel pose gives me a sense a flexibility even though I am far from it. I definitely need to work on backbends and opening my shoulders. I find that the variation with straight legs puts the focus in the shoulder girdle rather than the lower lumbar. But I have plenty of time to achieve full wheel and different variations, so in the present moment I am going to enjoy the abilities I have now.
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vegbitch:

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thejollity:

FUN FACT!
Do you ever wonder why your lips and tongue sting a little when you’re eating pineapples? It’s because pineapples possess the enzyme bromelain, which breaks down meat proteins. 
Basically, when you eat pineapples, pineapples eat you right back.

Pineapples are so metal.

That explains a lot

I KNEW IT. IVE ALWAYS KNOWN PINEAPPLES WERE SUSPICIOUS AND I DIDN’T TRUST THEM. NO LOOK. THE PINEAPPLES ARE EATING US. WAKE UP PEOPLE. PINEAPPLES ARE DANGEROUS.
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sudeikat:

"When they don’t love you the way you want to, you mourn that for however long you need to. But then you get back up and you remind yourself. You are not a reflection of the people who can’t love you. You will love again. You will be loved again." - Caitlyn Siehl 

:’)
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sassyyogi:

#SGYOGAGA Day 13: Wheel Pose (Urdhva Dhanurasana) 

Happy mid-week! Check in with @supyogasingapore for a breakdown of this pose, and follow the fellow hosts @jasminetayoga and @vivianography if you haven’t! Lots of love to the sponsors @vivreactivewear, @sadhanasanctuaryyogastudio, @beautycleanse, @hadalabosg, and @intheloopsg!
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