The Whimsy Yogi - 2

Dishes are piling up, but I got my yoga groove on. Taking #stopdropandyoga to the Kitchen as well. 

Can you see that rice cooker sticking out of the sink? I never understood why they have to make the whole kitchen white. Imagine the cleaning I have to do after preparing all those Indian Curries with turmeric and chilly power, bubbling and spraying droplets all over my white stove. {the horror!!}



I have been a lazy-lazy girl this week, the cold evenings aren't helping much. All I want to do after reaching home is to turn on the heater, place pillows around me (atleast four of them) and wrap myself in a warm blanket. 

Remember the time it was freezing cold and I was at the beach watching sunrise? Well seems the day wasn't wasted. My husband managed to get some beautiful shots :D

Anuvittasana (Standing Backbend pose)
When I first started doing side planks, I could hardly maintain the balance if I raise my hand. You need to engage your eyes, engage the core and strengthen your arms. I would always miss one while concentrating on the other. It looks simple, yet there's more when you actually start doing it. The learning never stops!!


The month of June on instagram was quite "inverted". One of my friends even commented that she would soon forget my face and remember my just my feet :P 

Because some challenges are worth taking...

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19 comments:

  1. You are unbelievable young lady! I am in awe at how your body is so flexible. I'm heading over to 'sweet sharing' now! :)

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  2. Tell me, when you go the beach and do Yoga, do you do some fixed aasans for the day or you do all or pick any aasan randomly? Aah! This is sounding silly. But answer it anyways :D

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    1. I usually pick any Asana if there are too many people... I kinda feel conscious. But if not, then I do some flow :D stretching my limbs and breathing in. Usually the ones that don't require pressure on knees or head

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  3. You are amazingly flexible. Oh I've tried planks but the easier version - the one done on the elbow - and that's tough enough!

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    1. oh the elbow planks are tough too ... build the arms :D thank you so much

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  4. As always, amazing and inspiring! And once again, kudos to your hubby for such fabulous shots!

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  5. I'm amazed at your tenacity to braving the cold and doing yoga outside, at sunrise! :) And curious why you aren't facing the sunrise or do you do so after the photos are taken? ;) <3

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    1. I wasn't because my husband didn't get a proper angle that way :P :P hehehe he can be so difficult sometimes :P

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  6. I agree with your friend; getting more and more acquainted with your feet these days :D

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    1. hahahaha ROFL I should start decorating them :D

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  7. Wow!! You are a pro...
    Forget about side-planks, I struggle while doing normal planks!!!

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    1. thank you so much... ohh I struggle too. It's always ongoing :D

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  8. Wow! Amazed by your flexibility and core strength! Good going and God Bless!

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