Loren & I met in Yoga Teacher Training in Golden Bay, New Zealand in 2016. She's an absolute talented and inspiring gem. I am so pumped to post this, as she's up to all kinds of cool stuff ! She tells me a little about how NZ is handling Covid Life - the famous "She'll be right" Kiwi attitude! <3 Miss you heaps girl.
Myself + Kurt Widder sit down and talk Gratitude, Mind Set, Coaching and Thriving in this time! Kurt is all about Collaboration and Community, sharing, openness and connection created through Vulnerability. Have a listen!
Kurt Widder (Instagram @kurtwidder) or on facebook, Kurt Widdershoven.
It feels like the only constant these days is change. What feels most natural to me in times where I am afraid, uncertain and oh-so-vulnerable, is yoga. I can always find my way to my mat even when I can barely peel myself up off the floor.
This ONE yoga pose on the outside seems “easy” but it is in fact hard in that it requires presence, and a draw to stand taller. When we feel small, standing taller can feel scary. But creating a movement by asking our body to do it, asks our brain to catch up.
Observe how your body feels before and after this guided Meditation into Tadasana pose. Don’t worry, you don’t need a yoga mat or any previous skills or equipment. You just need to be able to stand. And if you are are not mobile, sit in your chair and try it. Yoga is for every-BODY and you can do it.
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Are you gripped by fear? Afraid of what’s to come, what you can’t see? How can mindfulness help you?