Global handstand play.

This is me, Alyx Kottmeier
Im a gypsy. I Love my yoga reading and being creative , I LOVE HANDSTANDS all kinds in all places 

Victoria Keen told me about you and your challenge. I have dyslexia and moving like the wind makes me feel at home, its my play.

Here is my bio. My Yoga journey started when I walked into Yoga Pod in Vancouver at 20 years old, but my first TTC didn’t come till 2006. For the last 13 years I’ve developed such a strong relationship with asanas that I truly believe Yoga has been in me for many lives.

In my Teaching, Jnana, Bhakti, Raja, and Karma Yoga are my foundations. I teach Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Hatha and the beautiful essence of Yoga Nidra.

Along with yoga, I find my passions in traveling the globe, making Jewelery ,and running my own on line magazine ..hipptrip.com

I feel truly grateful for my teachers and students that continue to to inspire me…

I send you love light , laughter blue berries and chai. Ana, you inspire me in many ways. I shall put you in My Ganesh box and one day hopefully some of your light will gracefully fall open me xoxoxox

Here are my pics of handstands 

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Thank you Victoria Keen for introducing Alyx to us — We’re looking forward to seeing you and your yoga pants in Tacoma for Wind Horse 2013! 🙂

Shifting energy with the Forrest Yoga Handstand365

Shifting energy with the Forrest Yoga Handstand365

The handstand challenge inspired us to get upside down in class here in Juneau Alaska last night. When teaching, getting people upside down is such a cool way to hit the reset button on their energy, attitude, outlook etc. and get your class to move from slumped and dragging to moving and breathing in a way that brings energy quantity and quality back up. Handstand is my reset button! This picture is in an ice cave in the Mendenhall glacier.