Turn that frown upside down... Literally! 🙃 Inversions are known to benefit four major systems of the body: circulatory, nervous, endocrine and lymphatic. For over 5,000 years Yogis have touted inversions' ability to preserve Amrita, or the nectar of life, and boost overall health. The practice of flipping upside down improves oxygen flow to the brain and reverses the flow of CSF, resulting in a calming effect on the nervous system and a feeling of "clear-headedness."
Feel like your brain needs a reboot? Try it out tomorrow -
6:15am Sunrise Flow w/ Murielle
8:30am Slow Flow w/ Murielle
4:00pm Tumbling Yogis (age 2ish-5ish)
5:30pm Vinyasa Flow w/ Murielle
On the 8th day of @upartists#12DaysOfPole@art@artistaapparel said to me “do any Ayesha” , which happens to have been my nemesis move for years now! Ayesha unlocked!!! 😍😍😍 Any one that has trained with me for the last three years would know how much I feared this trick and just couldn’t seem to find any confidence in that elbow grip and look at me now! Moving around in it and all!!! 🙆🏼♀️Thank you for pushing me with this challenge! I am excited to try this in spin mode and incorporate it into a combo very soon 💪🏻yay!!! Wearing @artistaapparel ✨
Now that the list of competitors has been announced for Pole Theatre Halifax, I'll share my submission video (in two parts cause Instagram 💁). I didn't get in, but that is okay, on to other things! I really just wanted to share cause I'm super proud of doing a two minute routine wearing this rubber unicorn head!! 😂😂