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October 6, 2015

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3 weeks ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

HNYNM has a thriving online community of peeps using movement to shake off the achy, tight joints & muscles that cold weather brings. Join us! Link to virtual studio here: bit.ly/3nV11br ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

Oooh, baby, it’s cold outside!! 🥶
Did you miss your Mobility Yoga warm up this morning at 6:45a ‘cause it was so cozy in your bed? 🥱😴

That’s ok! You can be sure to warm up with:

Explosion Strength with @sweetnesssteph at 5pm
OR
Slow Flow Vinyasa with @savas_ana at 6pm.
Link to join in bio 💻
#mobility #strength #flexibility
#mindfulmovement
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Oooh, baby, it’s cold outside!! 🥶 
Did you miss your Mobility Yoga warm up this morning at 6:45a ‘cause it was so cozy in your bed? 🥱😴

That’s ok! You can be sure to warm up with: 

Explosion Strength with @sweetnesssteph at 5pm 
OR
Slow Flow Vinyasa with @savas_ana at 6pm. 
Link to join in bio 💻
#mobility #strength #flexibility 
#mindfulmovement

1 month ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

Have you ever had a plant you thought was fake, and then, a year after having it, learned it was real? That happened to us!
This lovely succulent was gifted to the studio back in 2018, and didn’t receive water until sometime in late 2019. 😂 Now, it’s got sweet new shoots growing out of it!
We hope that you take some time today to perhaps look at a skill you believe has grown dormant, or one that you don’t believe belongs to you, and see if watering it in your mind can spark a sprout! You never know what can grow! 🌱
#beopenminded #possibilitiesareendless #fiercefriday #powerofthoughts #plants #lessonsfromnature
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Have you ever had a plant you thought was fake, and then, a year after having it, learned it was real? That happened to us! 
This lovely succulent was gifted to the studio back in 2018, and didn’t receive water until sometime in late 2019. 😂 Now, it’s got sweet new shoots growing out of it! 
We hope that you take some time today to perhaps look at a skill you believe has grown dormant, or one that you don’t believe belongs to you, and see if watering it in your mind can spark a sprout! You never know what can grow! 🌱 
#beopenminded #possibilitiesareendless #fiercefriday #powerofthoughts #plants #lessonsfromnature

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That’s awesome!!

So funny.

1 month ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

“Rosa Parks had an interest in Buddhism. In her senior years she took yoga classes and added Buddhist meditation to her prayers. She also became a vegetarian and consulted a naturopathic doctor to improve her health.” -@librarycongress

It is NEVER too late to change your life OR change the world. ✨

#blackhistorymonth #changetheworld
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“Rosa Parks had an interest in Buddhism. In her senior years she took yoga classes and added Buddhist meditation to her prayers. She also became a vegetarian and consulted a naturopathic doctor to improve her health.” -@librarycongress 

It is NEVER too late to change your life OR change the world. ✨

#blackhistorymonth #changetheworld

1 month ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

“Raaga, or attachment, is the act of clinging or grasping to something which is illusory or impermanent. When you are deeply attached to something, it is an indication that you are afraid it of it being taken away. This creates a deep-seated sense of insecurity within you because you know that whatever you have might be lost—so you hold on even tighter. Attachment causes suffering by instilling in you a background current of fear, tension, anxiety, and dread of loss that is the inevitable byproduct of life on the material level.” - chopra.com
👀
What are you afraid of letting go of? 👀

#yogaphilosophy
#kleshas
#appreciatedontappropriate #hnynm #yoganewmexico
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“Raaga, or attachment, is the act of clinging or grasping to something which is illusory or impermanent. When you are deeply attached to something, it is an indication that you are afraid it of it being taken away. This creates a deep-seated sense of insecurity within you because you know that whatever you have might be lost—so you hold on even tighter. Attachment causes suffering by instilling in you a background current of fear, tension, anxiety, and dread of loss that is the inevitable byproduct of life on the material level.” - chopra.com
👀 
What are you afraid of letting go of? 👀 

#yogaphilosophy 
#kleshas 
#appreciatedontappropriate #hnynm #yoganewmexico

1 month ago

Hot or Not Yoga NM

Are you a seeker of the light? Of knowledge?
According to Sage Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, one of the mental afflictions that prevents us from seeing and being our divinity, is avidya (ah-VID-yah), or ignorance.
Ignorance is not a bad thing, if it is innocent. If it is willful and growth and learning is simply refused, one stagnates. Willful ignorance is often borne of insecurity, fear, and dark imaginings and the stagnation can lead to the dehumanizing of others. The dehumanizing of others leads to a rise in the ego, as the world then becomes about “them versus me” and the elevation of one’s self above others.
Racism lives in this place of stagnation and ego.
To get out of this place, simply seek.
Here’s one question to ask: “What can I do today to remove the veil of my own ignorance?”

#yogasutras #yogainaction #yogainpractice #appreciatedontappropriate #endwhitesupremacy
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Are you a seeker of the light? Of knowledge? 
According to Sage Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, one of the mental afflictions that prevents us from seeing and being our divinity, is avidya (ah-VID-yah), or ignorance. 
Ignorance is not a bad thing, if it is innocent. If it is willful and growth and learning is simply refused, one stagnates. Willful ignorance is often borne of insecurity, fear, and dark imaginings and the stagnation can lead to the dehumanizing of others. The dehumanizing of others leads to a rise in the ego, as the world then becomes about “them versus me” and the elevation of one’s self above others. 
Racism lives in this place of stagnation and ego. 
To get out of this place, simply seek.
Here’s one question to ask: “What can I do today to remove the veil of my own ignorance?” 

#yogasutras #yogainaction #yogainpractice #appreciatedontappropriate #endwhitesupremacy

Comment on Facebook

Were you spying on me again??? Like when I log on to the challenge lessons or videos is it like Alexa and you hear my thoughts??? Because yesterday and the day before I said "ignorance is bliss" a whole lot! 😂🤣😂🤣🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

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