stralayoga:

Do’s and Dont’s From Strala Folks
Hello wellness warriors! We  are back with Do’s and Dont’s from Strala team! Today our masterful  alignment fairy Lisa Bodreau is sharing her life outlook and health  tips. If you’ve ever seen Lisa you know her advice is worth listening to  because it really works! Lisa is glowing with health, her body is  strong and lean, and her energy is contagious. By the way, if you are  looking to feel better in your body and more confident with your  alignment in yoga classes, Lisa will be leading “Improving Flexibility  and Range of Motion”  Nov 5th at Strala Yoga. It is not to be missed!AttitudeStay open to the possibilities.  Take nothing for granted.FoodEat your veggies!!  :)Exercise/movementKeep moving.  Bring awareness to your movement whether you are practicing yoga or walking down the street.YogaPractice  everyday even if all you have time for is a downward dog.  You’ll find  that once you’re in downward dog you will want to make time for more.   Don’t be consumeristic in your practice.  Being mindful of where you  are and what you need is more beneficial then obsessively collecting  poses.Injuries/ProblemsTry  to change the pattern that brought the injury or problem so that it  doesn’t re-occur.  Don’t stop practicing while injured, just change your  focus.RelationshipsCommunicate, empathize and be open.  Don’t be afraid to ask for what you need/want.StressRe-pattern  your reaction to stress with tools such as yoga, meditation and breath  awareness.  Build your toolbox through practice so that it will be there  when you need it.Personal careChoose beauty rituals, foods and places that are nourishing.Personal oneEnjoy every sandwich!
Be Well and Aligned!
Nadya

stralayoga:

Do’s and Dont’s From Strala Folks

Hello wellness warriors!
 
We are back with Do’s and Dont’s from Strala team! Today our masterful alignment fairy Lisa Bodreau is sharing her life outlook and health tips. If you’ve ever seen Lisa you know her advice is worth listening to because it really works! Lisa is glowing with health, her body is strong and lean, and her energy is contagious. By the way, if you are looking to feel better in your body and more confident with your alignment in yoga classes, Lisa will be leading “Improving Flexibility and Range of Motion  Nov 5th at Strala Yoga. It is not to be missed!

Attitude
Stay open to the possibilities.  Take nothing for granted.

Food
Eat your veggies!!  :)

Exercise/movement
Keep moving.  Bring awareness to your movement whether you are practicing yoga or walking down the street.

Yoga
Practice everyday even if all you have time for is a downward dog.  You’ll find that once you’re in downward dog you will want to make time for more.  Don’t be consumeristic in your practice.  Being mindful of where you are and what you need is more beneficial then obsessively collecting poses.

Injuries/Problems
Try to change the pattern that brought the injury or problem so that it doesn’t re-occur.  Don’t stop practicing while injured, just change your focus.

Relationships
Communicate, empathize and be open.  Don’t be afraid to ask for what you need/want.

Stress
Re-pattern your reaction to stress with tools such as yoga, meditation and breath awareness.  Build your toolbox through practice so that it will be there when you need it.

Personal care
Choose beauty rituals, foods and places that are nourishing.

Personal one
Enjoy every sandwich!

Be Well and Aligned!

Nadya

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Quasars powered by black holes
Quasars lit up the young universe from their positions at the centers of forming galaxies. For a given brightness, quasars with large black-hole masses are more variable than those with low black-hole masses.



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Photo by European Space Agency / Wolfram Freudling (Space Telescope - European Coordinating Facility, ESO)

the-star-stuff:

Quasars powered by black holes

Quasars lit up the young universe from their positions at the centers of forming galaxies. For a given brightness, quasars with large black-hole masses are more variable than those with low black-hole masses.
Photo by European Space Agency / Wolfram Freudling (Space Telescope - European Coordinating Facility, ESO)
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Kapital summer 2013 Diamonds In The Rough.

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Kapital summer 2013 Diamonds In The Rough.

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BORO EXHIBITION  @ Somerset House 

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