“Only those who have learned the power of sincere and selfless contribution experience life’s deepest joy: true fulfillment.” ~ Tony Robbins
Sincerity is the foundation for all relationship – personal and professional; as it reminds us to be truthful and generous in the way we relate to others. When we approach life with the question “How may I serve others?” vs. “What will I get?” it presents a field of abundance, love and gratification through the simplicity of being sincere. The practice of yoga, provides tools to strengthen our body and our minds so we may show up more often in our light, our willingness to serve others and above all- to be sincere in all that we do.
Begin in paschimottanasa (seated forward fold) and grab hold of the big toes with your peace fingers then bend your knees. Lean back into a strong and long spine and root into your sit bones, firming the belly. Maintain a lift in the chest, and extend the legs skyward. It is important to keep the chest lifted and not allow the upper back to round. You can bend your knees slightly to help support your hamstrings. Keep your gaze (drishti) focused on your big toes or tip of nose and stay here for 5 breaths.
Photography by Hello There Darling
Venue provided by My Body Couture
Styling by Noelle Cameron