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.
hi, my name is tristan, I’m 22 years old, currently living in northern norway.
Yesterday was norway’s national day, and was celebrated to the maximum, starting the day with suns, then slack lining, playing on trampolines, eating steak and raw vegetables on the BBQ with my friends, and swimming in the ocean. Truly i have just played all day. I’m starting to come to terms with my greatest ambition – freedom to play in every day.
be free ❤
Brighten up the next 365 days!…. Join our Wind Horse challenge. Do a handstand, down dog at the wall, forearm balance or dolphin at the wall every day for a year and report back to us about your journey.
Get playful upside down, change your perspective! AND if you can’t make it to Wind Horse this year, you can still feel part of the tribe with this challenge!
Send your pictures and stories and we’ll post them.After your playful inversion, maybe SIGN UP for Wind Horse!
Check out all the amazing classes led by Ana and the Forrest Yoga Guardians! www.ForrestYoga.com/WindHorse