report spam or abuse

Practice Yoga

add to my wonderwall
report spam or abuse
Practicing yoga at the Croatian cost :-)

4 years ago

report spam or abuse
I want to share with you the newest asana I have learned - headstand or Sirsasana. To achieve this asana the elbows and hands should be making a triangle on the ground, the elbows should be directly underneath the shoulders. The pressure should be mainly on the elbows and slightly on the head. The practice of sirsasana is increasing the flow of blood to the brain and is improving the memory.

Here one video for beginners.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jy-WHVY8TJg

4 years ago

report spam or abuse
After couple of try outs the first Doga session was successfully completed :)
I am not sure about the impact of the exercise on me, but my dog enjoyed it a lot :)

4 years ago

report spam or abuse
Now that you've been doing Yoga for quite some time, maybe, you might try Doga while you are still around your dog on your vacation.

“Doga” is a type of yoga in which people use yoga to achieve harmony with their pets. Dogs can either be used as props for their owners or they can do the stretches themselves.

4 years ago

report spam or abuse
Today I woke up early and had my yoga session in the morning. I have to admit it was much better then the afternoon sessions. I will try to do morning sessions more often.

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
My morning yoga session :)

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
Yesterday I learned a new asana :-)

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
I am currently going to a yoga class twice a week and also doing the sun salutation every morning. I will mark this fortunenote as achieved if I manage to do that till the end of the month.

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
I had a great 90 min yoga session yesterday. I have to say that the time you spend on exercising makes such a big difference! I have experienced that the usual 60 min sessions are just not enough to concentrate.
Except of doing the sun salutation every morning I have planed yoga sessions twice a week.

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
I just came back from the park next to my apartment, where I found the most peaceful place for yoga exercises. I have spend some great time with myself in the nature and did for the first time my yoga exercises at the sunset. I will repeat this again!

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
This weekend I met a very interesting person who is practicing pranayama since more than 40 years. In Sanskrit word pranayama means "extension of the prāṇ or breath" or, "extension of the life force". So Pranayama is "Control of Breath". One can control the rhythms of pranic energy with pranayama and achieve healthy body and mind.
This person was 86 years old and I was really impressed by the way he looked like and the energy he had. He explaned me a lot about pranayama and gave me some good recomendations of books for beginners. I am looking forward to start.

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
Sun Salutations, or Surya Namaskar, are traditionally performed in the morning to greet the new day. It is s set of 12 different asanas. The sequence of 8 postures can be a complete practice in itself, or can prepare you for a longer asana routine. I found a very nice picture with descriptions on how to do each asana.

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
Today's inspiration!
Beautiful!

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
After some research and recomendations I found a great Yoga studio in Vienna! I am so exited about my first session tomorrow!

http://www.sivananda.org/vienna/

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
you know what is a great challenge for your yoga fortunenote? Try to accomplish the pose on the image that you've chosen ]:)

That seems pretty tough!

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
Challenge accepted! I pictured myself while doing the sun salutation exercise. Although doing the exercise during the sunrise has the special something, I have to admit it was quite challenging to come up with a good picture.
Now when I go through the pictures I think it is a good think to take some shots of myself from time to time, in order to capture the development.
There is still a long way to go, but here it is!

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
I'm challenging you to take a picture of yourself where you are doing the 2nd pose/next to last (the one that the person is bending backwards) - early in the morning or late in the evening when the sun is rising/setting :))))

I'm looking forward to your Yoga kung-fu :)))

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
By the way... Back in the day when I did yoga for a while I used to enjoy the "sun salutation" exercise. It's pretty tough if you do it a couple of times.

Best time to do it is in the morning when the sun is rising, or when it is setting. (ok I made that up, but it sounds cool) :))

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
The other day I was impressed by this video :)

Good luck with your Yoga

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loszrEZvS_k

5 years ago

report spam or abuse
The first time I went to a yoga class was because a good friend of mine took me with her. I was going through a very hard time in my life and somehow she knew that this class will help me. Of course I was very skeptical but very soon I realized that it really helps me to find my inner balance and piece.
Now I want to start with Yoga once again, this time not because I am going through a hard phase, but because I believe the inner piece should be always part of me.

5 years ago

FORTUNENOTES
is a motivational social tool that helps you achieve your goals. Start designing your lifestyle today!

register

Fortunenote by

Vesela

Vesela

follow

send message
Ando

Ando

24 Mar 2014 | 23:06:15

Wohooo this is great progress (the headstand)! Keep up the good work!

Maybe you should prepare mentally/physically for the following one!

reply

Vesela

Vesela

25 Mar 2014 | 04:37:58

Wow, this looks really great! Thank you! I want to prepare myself for the handstand positions :-) Here one picture.

Ando

Ando

19 Mar 2014 | 22:35:52

How is your yoga - doga going on? Any new asanas in your arsenal? :)))

reply