You want to check my final results on Sunday. The first position slipped from my hand. This sport is very humble and it is better not to expect. I like to take part in yoga Championships and show my physical and mental exercises. Sharing this stage with this supportive and caring community is everything. I learned a lot this year.
Yoga pose - I see courage, discipline, temperature, stillness, strength and confidence behind the lens.
Hey guys! Just wanted to throw a quick word out there to let you all know about some great news I just received! As a result of my finish at this year’s @usayoga nationals competition, I have been invited to be one of the participants to represent the United States at this year’s @yoga_sports IYSF international yoga asana competition in Beijing in December! I could not be more honored, humbled and excited for this opportunity. Thank you to all of my friends, family and teachers who have been supportive of my path; @catkooyoga @auraduk @312yogi @mmh1128 @josephinefromage as well as my other teachers who aren’t on social media, whether you guys know it or not you guys have all changed my life for the better through this yoga and in other ways and I’ll always be incredibly grateful for all of your efforts to create a healthy and compassionate practice space for all of your students. See you soon Beijing #yoga #yogi #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration
The more you do, the better you feel, the better you feel, the more you do. The more you do, the better you get, the better you get. "Kim Tang"
I hope the angle is better, so you can see better, but you can still see the change. My favorite change is below the hips. The knees are closer to the ground. It looks much better from shoulder to hand. The spine is straight and stretches more (no tilt / sink Road) and shoulders are better aligned. My second favorite change is smiling. It's smiling people who come up with some new postures about themselves and skills. Thank you so much for yoga.
American Yoga women's Champion:
Emily Avery. She started the BikRAM method at 16 year old Portsmouth. She is a ballet dancer who graduated from Princeton and is currently studying for a doctorate in neuroscience. She likes French French bread and well made cakes.