Cela fait maintenant deux ans qu’une artiste qui, jusqu’ici, a gardé son identité en anonymat publie des photos nues de Yoga sur Instagram. A l’heure actuelle, @nude_yogagirl compte pas moins de 670.000 followers grâce à ses partages. Ces derniers sont d’ailleurs devenus une source d’inspiration pour ceux le suivent.
La particularité de ses clichés réside dans le talent du photographe à marier les positions du yoga avec la nudité.
#NYGyoga (24h) @_aly_j_ "I'm 20 days clean from self harm, suicidal ideations, & mind/mood alternating substances. diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. 25 years old. You give me this inspiration to love myself, even with what I did. That took A LOT for me to take and send those pictures to you." I received this yesterday ( #mentalhealthday ) and it touched me. How much honesty and courage this requires. I probably can't even imagine. You are amazing & beautiful @_aly_j_ . ❤ It's so much more than just the photo. You all sharing your experiences and stories with me… I'm so grateful. Lot of hugs all of you! Together we can inspire many and support each other. ❤ 1. @_aly_j_ 2. @vninness 3. @sahba_niassuh 4. @jayne_maryy Thank you for the beautiful photos. ❤ I want to encourage ALL body forms and shapes (you!) to share your nude yoga photos with me. Use #NYGyoga / @ Tag me or send a DM! ?
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This photo is the very first one taken when we were trying to figure out what kind of color photos we would shoot after the B&W… I'm still very happy that we took one month at the beginnig of year and went to shoot color photos as well. I miss Bali so much! It was absolutely one of the best trips I have had. Amazing trip to shoot photos, beautiful colors and nature but also to spend time together as a couple. I had the best time there with him! ❤️ Now we are thinking about our next destination…!?! ❤ Ps. Check "My Story" for the photo location.?
#tb A short piece of the video I shot with @harpersbazaarus in NYC! It's one of the most exciting things I've done. I was so nervous already weeks before this shoot! I thought about it so many times and I was constantly telling my boyfriend if I can do it or not?! At the end… during the shoot I was quite calm and I'm happy that I overcame myself. Thanks to the professional team and the support I had with me.❤My favorite pose at the end! ❤
Sometimes mistakes turn to be good ones even if we don't try to see any positives in it. ❤ Little example. I forgot thr keys inside my home today. So I couldn't get back in before my boyfriend arrived from work which was many hours later. As a result I needed to change my plans for the day. First I was a bit sad because I couldn't go to yoga class (because I didn't have the clothes with me) etc.. But I had plenty of time to walk around my new home area. I found nice (and useful) places which would otherwise take maybe many weeks to find. So at the end this little mistake made me happy. ? ❤ Sometimes it's just good to break routines and plans. I think our mind stricts ourselves to familiar things. When there is space for positive surprises, they can happen or something great can be found. ❤️
Today I've thought a lot about judgement and how easily we do it – either we judge others or ourselves. I try to focus on this more now and in the future. That I would choose love and grace, not judge. Yet we all make mistakes and we all have a different perspective. I want to give up my hostile thoughts. It's not going to be easy – althought I don't think I'm a very judgemental person… One of my favorite authors, Dale Carnegie, has said: "Any fool can criticize, complain, and condemn—and most fools do. But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving." ❤
At the moment I have so much to write to you that I don't know what to write… I've told you how there was something which made me worried a bit and how uncertainty took a lot of my energy. But everything cleared up and now all is very good. I'm really excited and happy! We are moving (not to New York (yet) what I've dreamed about), but in an interesting place still. It's so nice after one and half year to settle for a while. ? ❤ Lately I have put on my focus more for people. I've had a possibility to meet and hang for example with very wise and thoughtful persons. People who come from a quite different world than I but maybe that's why I've got so much new to think about. Even if I have my introvert side, I got a lot of energy from a “deep” conversation of two. Those exchanges of ideas have inspired me and brought many topics to my mind. ❤ So last months have been great! Period for new knowledge, creativity, inspiration and networking for me. I just wait that I have time to sit and write it all down – put all together. But next I will have time for that because I won't have such a busy social life anymore in the new country. Just my lovely boyfriend around me! Which I miss by the way VERY much because we have been in different countries for almost two months. One reason more why I wait the future so much (we can finally be together in the same place again)!? ❤ And then I would like to write about all Ayurvedic things to you… Healthy and balancing life habits and diets. I was finally in an Ayurvedic consultation and that made me even more in love with ayurveda. I will be coming back to this topic soon! ? ❤ How are you?❤☺️
Handstand variations are the most difficult poses for me to do. When I have an optimistic feeling, I usually succeed in one. I focus and I tell myself, you can do it. But if I don't get it right after trying several times then I start speaking to myself in a negative way like "why can't I do it, I'm not good enough, the platform isn't flat etc." But negative thoughts affect our performance in a negative way. ❤ I think it makes a huge difference to our self-confidence and the way we perform when we speak positively. It's important that we don't focus on our faults but what we can improve on to get it right. Like before handstands I shouldn't be saying to myself that I don't have enough strength. But instead: "Remember the core, squeeze my lower body, hands shoulder width, fingers spread apart, breathe…" And so on. (Now I will go and practice more. ?)