Author: <span class="vcard">Emily Rose</span>

Malaysia Inspiration

Recap of this week I got a chance to speak to you ladies and give some inspiration on feeling better about ourselves.

The first point thing requested was to say alhamdulillah as much as you can (not intended to preach-fact); gratitude attracts more things to be grateful for.
2. lower your gaze even when it comes to other women, I gave you a few studies that proved that when women look at those fashion magazines, or actresses then we unintentionally tend to lower our own self esteem in the process.
3. Dress up! Wear makeup, heels (if u may) etc.. When you look good u feel better. Plus it’s free rewards when we dress up for our husbands ;). I did mention ALMOST ALL men feed off of Ur confidence….doesn’t matter what u look like just being confident is the single most attractive feature of a woman.
4. Remember we are a team. Sometimes when we feel low then we tend to be a bit more critical and judgemental of others. Revert back to saying alhamdulillah if that’s the case. Remember that we are all one team I.e: a football team if they’re picking on each other they won’t move forward. If someone has a talent that you don’t, be happy for them because that’s your team.
5. It’s been proven time and again that the happiest people are the ones who build others. So go ahead and shoot the compliments around, mentor someone, and just build your team

Come join the gym in Shah Alam, Malaysia!

Thank you June, very touching

 

5 Yoga Lessons We Can Learn From Our Mistakes

“With every mistake, we need to definitely be learning.”– Beatles

This verse is a tip that energetic knowing is experimentation. Making errors does not imply we are less qualified. Naturally life’s efforts likewise bring failings. On the mat, yoga is a finding out research laboratory where the objective is the procedure of trying the position. We make an attempt and afterwards note our responses to the understanding gained from the experience.

Those that make it look very easy have actually dropped the most.

Balance poses are an effective method of screening our learning. Everybody falls. Like the nursery rhyme goes, “Most of us collapse.” Our development takes place when we pick up from the dropping and apply it to our next – also better effort at balance. The positions offer us time to practice deciding learning as well as applying feedback while holding ourselves liable with compassion for the trying.

‘The only thing that makes people as well as companies great is their determination to be not terrific along the way. The wish to neglect along the road to reaching a bigger goal is the untold secret of success.’– Seth Godin, Tribes

When a once-challenging brand-new posture comes to be very easy, we ought to challenge our own selves to increase our range by trying a more innovative variation. When you go outdoors your comfort zone, you are likely going to fail from time to time, as well as that is OK. The more we allow our own selves to experiment on the floor covering, the simpler it ends up being to take dangers in our life off the floor covering. At some point, the method we exercise our yoga becomes the means you live our life.

The yoga exercise presents are not the answers: they are the questions.

Our own self-observations of mental and physical practices provide the knowing. Do you:

  1. Hold back, stay in your convenience zone and play it secure all the time?
  2. Get furious and dismayed at yourself when you make mistakes?
  3. Get ego sustained when you do achieve something even more than others?
  4. Blame those around you if it does not function out the means you expected?
  5. Stand around and also watch every person else try?
  6. Live with remorse for not trying to flex toward your greatest intentions?

“All my errors have become work of arts.” – Tietur

 


Solstice Power Yoga Celebrates 2 Year Anniversary in Lynnfield, MA 01940, United States

Free classes will be offered on Tuesday at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. in honor of the milestone.

 – To celebrate the two year anniversary of Solstice Power Yoga at MarketStreet, owner Lisa Garlitz is offering two free classes on Tuesday.
Garlitz started doing yoga in 2002 after her second child was born, and was “instantly hooked.” She opened Solstice Power Yoga in Lynnfield two years ago, on Oct. 18, 2014.
“In the 2 years we have been opened, we have also worked with many non-profits doing yoga fundraisers [including Whole Planet Foundation, Wakefield Food Pantry, Yoga Reaches Out],”said Garlitz in a news release. “What makes us different is the amazing, genuine, kind, welcoming instructors and staff. We love our beautiful Solstice community and are so excited to be celebrating our second anniversary with all of our wonderful clients.”
Solstice offers power yoga (intense yoga in a 95 degree studio), beginners classes, and warm flow classes at a lower temperature.
The studio will offer the free classes on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Solstice will also have discounts and special offers as part of its anniversary. The studio is at 245 Market St., Lynnfield.