We are absolutely ready for yoga and life in 2018!!
so excited for what this year will bring for Limber Lotus Lifestyle studio, the possibilities are endless!
We are positive that our studio will continue to grow and that we will continue to meet amazing people.
2017 was good BUT 2018 will be exceptional.
We have set our own personal yoga goals! Have you?
Did you achieve your yoga goals in 2017? Do not be discouraged if you didn't get into the pose you really wanted to. Yoga is about taking your time to achieve your goals, mentally and physically.
Perhaps you learnt perseverance and patience while trying so hard to get into your 2017 pose, maybe the lesson was not a physical one but instead you learnt something mentally or emotionally about yourself.
I have actively participated in sports as far back as I can remember ….. from cricket to hockey to soccer to tennis during my school life, and then from squash to golf to cycling (and the rest) in my adult life. In 2014 I had an accident whilst mountain biking, and injured my knee (posterior cruciate ligament). I was told to lay off squash and cycling for 6 to 9 months. I was devastated and frustrated. I might add that I could not help but notice that over the years my posture was gradually becoming closed and stooped and I was losing flexibility throughout my body.
Towards the end of 2014 little did I know that my life was about to change. My new neighbour introduced herself and I soon found out that she was a yoga teacher. I was curious! And s...
Are you the type of yogi who prefers the gym yoga classes or do you just love going to a private yoga studio? or are you not phased at all?
If your not phased at all, I think you're lucky! you've mastered the art of blocking out the noises that are created in a gym. You can lie on your mat, during savasana and completely relax, even though all you can hear is the BANG of the weights dropping to the ground on the level above you. You absolutely are focused and don't wonder about how structurally safe the floor slab is after continual abuse. You don't mind other gym goers quickly "popping In" to fetch a block or some other equipment or the people who walked in halfway through the class. What about the people who start snacking during the class?!