Sunday, March 25, 2012


Namaste, it's a traditional Indian greeting, a respectful gesture, implicitly with the connotation "to be well". I'd been meaning to look that up.

After backyard yoga, with friends, I feel very well.

Corina and Chris


Relaxed, and invigorated.

Smiling, on the inside.

Yoga can be such a gift.

We greeted the sun, and the clouds retreated.

Caia and Henry

Corina's mom, Maria, leads us through the movements and breath.
It's wonderful.

The rest of the day... well, I am ready, to welcome the rest of the day.


judy in ky said...

I love Henry's smile.

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

He's a big love.
And I think he is as happy about our yoga day as anyone.

Tracy said...

Oh, yes, "Yoga can be such a gift."...It is a gift I enjoy daily. And outdoor yoga is even more a treat. LOVE this yoga and love-filled post, Natalie. Namaste...The Divine in me sees the Divine in you. :o) ((HUGS))

Kim said...

Oh this sounds so nice. I would love to do Yoga outside. Actually, I would love to do yoga anywhere :)

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

Daily? You are smart!

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

We've enjoyed three occasions to do this in my friend's backyard.
I am still new to yoga, but now that I have had a few different instructors and experiences, I know for certain that Maria's class is absolutely my favorite. She is instructive and nurturing. Now, I need to figure out how to bring more yoga time into my week... I hope you can find a way to do the same, anywhere!