corpobycerboni This #toilet #bajamaja Will float in the #river of #gothenburg this #summer and everyone that Will walk at #avenyn Will see it...but it Will not be a toilet it Will be something Else...follow and you Will see what happens ....and welcome #goteborgsposten #tidningenmetro #tidningencentrum #västnytt #svt #tv4goteborg #landetrunt #gt #tidningengt #pajpmagazine #nojesguiden #storan #glenns #olearys #restauranglipp #scandic #avalon 7h

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corpobycerboni #mayibeginyoga2015 Its day 25 with @kinoyoga and @beachyogagirl :) today Low lounge pose or #anjaneasana This is a great pose for athletes. It treats the typical sources of lower-body soreness, especially in runners: tight quads, hamstrings, and hips. Low Lunge may seem simple at first, but there are a plethora of benefits to this posture.
If you are having trouble balancing, try practicing this pose facing a wall. Press the big toe of the front foot against the wall and stretch your arms up, fingertips to the wall if necessary.
Getting Into Low Lunge Pose:
Start in Downward-Facing Dog. From there, exhale and step your right foot forward between your hands. If you have trouble reaching, use your hand to move your foot up, aligning knee over heel. Then lower your left knee to the floor, placing the top of that foot on the floor.
Slide the left leg back until you feel a comfortable stretch in the front thigh and groin. Make sure to keep your right knee fixed in place as you do this. As you exhale, gradually take the lunge deeper by allowing the right knee to move slightly in front of the ankle.
Now, inhale and lift your torso upright while sweeping your arms out to your sides and up overhead. Your arms should be straight and perpendicular to the floor. Remember to avoid slouching! Engage your core and grow taller from your pelvis through the crown of your head. Keep your chin lifted slightly, but not so much that it compresses your neck.
Hold for 1 minute then exhale your torso down so you can place your hands on the floor on each side of your right foot. Turn your toes back under and, with another exhale, lift your left knee off of the floor and step back to Downward-Facing Dog. Repeat Anjaneyasana for the same amount of time with your left foot forward.
Benefits of Low Lunge Pose:
Releases tension in your hips
Stretches your hamstrings, quads, and groin
Strengthens your knees
Helps build mental focus #mentalfocus #prana #power #crossfit #yogobe #yogagirl #YogiArtWERK #yogafestival #yogamedicine #yogainthecity #YogiFlightClub #yogagirl #yogagivesbackchallenge #yogaincaribbean #crossfit #inspiration #iwillwhatiwant #ismilebecauseiplay #monday #satskompassen
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corpobycerboni Day 24 in #mayibeginyoga2015 .Today we got #ustrasana or #camelpose
Pronounced : OOHS-tra-AA-SUN-aa. Ustrasana is an intermediate level back-bending yoga posture known to open Anahata (Heart chakra). This yoga posture adds flexibility and strength to the body and also helps in improving digestion.
How to do Camel Pose (Ustrasana)
Kneel on the yoga mat and place your hands on the hips.
Your knees should be in line with the shoulders and the sole of your feet should be facing the ceiling.
As you inhale, draw in your tail-bone towards the pubis as if being pulled from the navel.
Simultaneously, arch your back and slide your palms over your feet till the arms are straight.
Do not strain or flex your neck but keep it in a neutral position.
Stay in this posture for a couple of breaths.
Breathe out and slowly come back to the initial pose. Withdraw your hands and bring them back to your hips as you straighten up.
Camel Pose for Beginners
You may place a cushion below your knees to ease your way into the pose. thank you for following and #practice safetly ....number one #loveyourbody and #yogamedicine !
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corpobycerboni #mom :) you Know what.... #iloveyou to the #moon and back to My #heart ! #corpojewelery #InspiredYogis to connect to #loveyourbody !www.corpo.se welcome on #freeyoga #gratisyoga #avenyn #goteborg 7d

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corpobycerboni Waiting for the elevator...lets do day 22 in #mayibeginyoga2015 with @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl and Its #warrior 3 Warrior III
Stand in Tadasana (Mountain Pose), exhale and fold foward to Uttanasana. From Uttanasana, exhale and step your left foot back into a high lunge position. Your right knee should be more or less at a right angle. Lay the midline of your torso (from the pubis to the sternum) down on the midline of the right thigh (from the knee to the hip crease) and bring your hands to your right knee, right hand to the outer knee, left hand to the inner. Squeeze the knee with your hands, lift your torso slightly, and with an exhalation, turn it slightly to the right.
Now from the lunge position, stretch your arms forward, parallel to the floor and parallel to each other, palms facing each other. Exhale and press the head of the right thighbone back and press the heel actively into the floor. Synchronize the straightening of the front leg and the lifting of the back leg. As you lift the back leg, resist by pressing the tailbone into the pelvis.
Normally students come up into Virabhadrasana III by lunging the torso forward. This tends to shift the body weight onto the ball of the front foot and unbalance the position. Don’t allow the torso to swing forward as you move into position; instead, as you straighten the front knee, think of pressing the head of the thighbone back. This centers the femur in the hip joint, grounds the heel into the floor, and stabilizes the position.
The arms, torso, and raised leg should be positioned relatively parallel to the floor. For many students the pelvis tends to tilt. Release the hip [of the raised leg] toward the floor until the two hip points are even and parallel to the floor. Energize the back leg and extend it strongly toward the wall behind you; reach just as actively in the opposite direction with the arms. Bring the head up slightly and look forward, but be sure not to compress the back of your neck.#yogagirl #inspiration #iwillwhatiwant #avenyn #yogobe #yoga #bogayoga #beyoga365 #YogiArtWERK #yogamedicine #yogaroundtheworld #yogaworld #yogagames #meditate #mästare #guidelinesyoga #guadeloupe #caribbeanyoga
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corpobycerboni #goteborg are you ready???Opening soon a new #sup and #kayak rent out in the center of gothenburg #sweden lets come and #paddle and #supyoga and have #fun ....#ilovemyjob #yogobe #yoga #boat #vallgraven #paddan #rocketyoga #eatwhatmakesyoufeelgood 1w

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corpobycerboni Day 21 in #mayibeginyoga2015 today we got #sideplank Side Plank
How to do it: Lie on your right side, in a straight line from head to feet, resting on your forearm. Your elbow should be directly under your shoulder. With your abdominals gently contracted, lift your hips off the floor, maintaining the line. Keep your hips square and your neck in line with your spine. Hold 20 to 40 seconds and lower. Repeat two to three times, alternating sides. (If this is too challenging, start with bent knees.)
What it does: Builds strength and endurance in the core. This will help keep your lower back protected and stable during activities that require movement in the hips or back.
Make it harder: While holding the basic position, lift and lower your top leg. Gradually work toward holding the upper leg for 5 to 10 counts. Another option: Instead of resting on your forearm, support your body with your hand, palm on the floor and under the shoulder, elbow straight. #yoga #meditate #balance #beyoga365 #yogagirl #yogobe #inspiration #ismilebecauseiplay #iwillwhatiwant #bogayoga #ortorexi #asana #crossfit #corpobycerboni #tidningencentrum #dowhatyoulove #laughingyoga #loveyourbody #power #eatwhatmakesyoufeelgood #rocketyoga #vinyasa #fitness #happyheart
1w

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corpobycerboni Day 19 #marichasana Organizing the Pose
Sit in Dandasana (Staff Pose), elevating the pelvis on blankets to help you to lift up and extend the sides of the trunk if necessary.
Take hold of the back of the left thigh and draw the knee in, keeping the muscles of the left leg as soft as possible.
Plant the left foot flat on the floor with the heel in line with the sitting bone.
Inhale and reach the left arm up, extending through the left side.
Exhale, keep the lift in the side body and place the arm against the inner thigh.
Inhale and lengthen up through the left side.
Exhale, roll the chest and upper abdomen to the right, away from the left thigh.
For a more advanced variation, bring the left arm around the left shin and the right arm behind you. Clasp the left wrist in the right hand. Hold onto a belt if the hands do not reach.
Hold the pose for 20 to 30 seconds.
Inhale and release out of the pose.
Exhale and return to Dandasana (
Repeat on the second side. This is the #yogachallenge #mayibeginyoga2015 with @beachyogagirl @kinoyoga come and join Us :) #yogobe #beyoga365 #yogaretreat #yinyoga #yogagirl #yogagames #yogafestival #yogaroundtheworld #yogamedicine #masterkeyMay #asana #power #proud #caribbeanyoga #guidelinesyoga #tryyoga #rocketyoga #dowhatyoulove #laughingyoga #happyheart #YogaProjectMongolia
1w

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corpobycerboni Day 18 bow pose or #danurasana :) Lie on your stomach with your feet hip-width apart and your arms by the side of your body.
Fold your knees and hold your ankles.
Breathing in, lift your chest off the ground and pull your legs up and back.
Look straight ahead with a smile on your face. Curve your lips to match the curve of your body!
Keep the pose stable while paying attention to your breath. Your body is now taut as a bow.
Continue to take long deep breaths as you relax in this pose. But don’t get carried away! Do not overdo the stretch.
After 15 -20 seconds, as you exhale, gently bring your legs and chest to the ground. Release the ankles and relax.

Benefits of Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)
Strengthens the back and abdominal muscles
Stimulates the reproductive organs
Opens up the chest, neck and shoulders
Tones the leg and arm muscles
Adds greater flexibility to the back
Good stress and fatigue buster
Relieves menstrual discomfort and constipation
Helps people with renal (kidney) disorders #mayibeginyoga2015 day 18 with @beachyogagirl @kinoyoga #inspiration #yoga #yogobe #ortorexi #meditate #mästare #crossfit #loveyourbody #laughingyoga #yinyoga #power #asana #vinyasa #rocketyoga #beyoga365 #masterkeyMay #fitness
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corpobycerboni Day 17 in #mayibeginyoga2015 today is #janusirsasana here is #guidelinesyoga Head-to-Knee Forward Bend:
Sit on the floor with your legs straight in front of you. Use a blanket under your buttocks if necessary. Inhale, bend your right knee, and draw the heel back toward your perineum. Rest your right foot sole lightly against your inner left thigh, and lay the outer right leg on the floor, with the shin at a right angle to the left leg (if your right knee doesn’t rest comfortably on the floor, support it with a folded blanket). Press your right hand against the inner right groin, where the thigh joins the pelvis, and your left hand on the floor beside the hip. Exhale and turn the torso slightly to the left, lifting the torso as you push down on and ground the inner right thigh. Line up your navel with the middle of the left thigh. You can just stay here, using a strap to help you lengthen the spine evenly, grounding through the sitting bones.

Or, when you are ready, you can drop the strap and reach out with your right hand to take the inner left foot, thumb on the sole. Inhale and lift the front torso, pressing the top of the left thigh into the floor and extending actively through the left heel. Use the pressure of the left hand on the floor to increase the twist to the left. Then reach your left hand to the outside of the foot. With the arms fully extended, lengthen the front torso from the pubis to the top of the head

Exhale and extend forward from the groins, not the hips. Be sure not to pull yourself forcefully into the forward bend, hunching the back and shortening the front torso. As you descend, bend your elbows out to the sides and lift them away from the floor.
Lengthen forward into a comfortable stretch. The lower belly should touch the thighs first, the head last. Stay in the pose anywhere from 1 to 3 minutes. Come up with an inhalation and repeat the instructions with the legs reversed for the same length of time. #yogapose #strechout #meditate #yinyoga #lifthigher #trust #proud #power #satskompassen #satskungsgatan #behappy #mästare #maskerad #möhippa #meditate #leavethepast #laughingyoga #rocketyoga #itsyoga #vinyasa #supyoga #bogayoga
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corpobycerboni Day 17 #mayibeginyoga2015
today practice #parsvakonasana how to do this....Utthita Parsvakonasana is usually performed in two parts, facing left and then again facing right. Begin standing with the both feet apart, approximately three to four ft. or one leg length. Starting with the left side, turn the left foot slightly to the right, and the right foot out to the right ninety degrees. Align the back of the left heel with the arch of the right foot. Bend the left knee over the left ankle, so that the left shin is perpendicular to the floor. Press and anchor the left and right football mound and heels to the floor in order to improve stability. Firm the thighs and spin the right thigh outwardly. Rotate the torso and squeeze the shoulder blades together against the back. Extend the right arm straight up toward the ceiling, turning the pinky finger side down parallel to the floor and reach the right arm energetically over the right ear. The left arm can either press into the floor, grasp the left ankle/foot, rest on the left thigh, or on top of a block. Stretch from the grounded right foot out to the finger tips of the right hand, lengthening the entire right side body. Turn the head and gaze above the right arm, which intensifies the twist. Actively push the left knee against the right arm, and tilt the tail bone towards the pelvis. Focus on the breath. Return to standing, the pose is then repeated on the left. Thank you @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl take Care!!!!!! #yogobe #yogagirl #behappy #beyoga365 #yogagames #yogaretreat #yogafestival #yogamedicine #yogachallenge #yogaroundtheworld #yogibear #balance #vinyasa #kundalini #iyenga #meditate #crossfit #asana
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corpobycerboni When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things. #havefun #sup #supyoga 2w

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corpobycerboni www.corpo.se #baddhakonasana or Bolund angel pose this pose is day 16 in #mayibeginyoga2015 here is tips: Step-by-Step Instructions
Sit with your legs straight out in front of you, raising your pelvis on a blanket if your hips or groins are tight. Exhale, bend your knees, pull your heels toward your pelvis, then drop your knees out to the sides and press the soles of your feet together.
Bring your heels as close to your pelvis as you comfortably can. With the first and second finger and thumb, grasp the big toe of each foot. Always keep the outer edges of the feet firmly on the floor. If it isn’t possible to hold the toes, clasp each hand around the same-side ankle or shin.

Sit so that the pubis in front and the tailbone in back are equidistant from the floor. The perineum then will be approximately parallel to the floor and the pelvis in a neutral position. Firm the sacrum and shoulder blades against the back and lengthen the front torso through the top of the head

Never force your knees down. Instead release the heads of the thigh bones toward the floor. When this action leads, the knees follow.
Stay in this pose anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes. Then inhale, lift your knees away from the floor, and extend the legs back to their original position. @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl thank you ! #corpobycerboni #iwillwhatiwant #masterkeyMay #ortorexi #nofilter #nature #power #hipopener #goteborg #guadeloupe #bulldog #split #stark #yo#yogagirl #yogaresa #ismilebecauseiplay
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corpobycerboni Day 15 #mayibeginyoga2015 !today is #padangusthasana or #bigtoe Stand upright with your inner feet parallel and about six inches apart. Contract your front thigh muscles to lift your kneecaps. Keeping your legs completely straight, exhale and bend forward from your hip joints, moving your torso and head as one unit.
Slide the index and middle fingers of each hand between the big toes and the second toes. Then curl those fingers under and grip the big toes firmly, wrapping the thumbs around the other two fingers to secure the wrap. Press your toes down against your fingers

With an inhalation, lift your torso as if you were going to stand up again, straightening your elbows. Lengthen your front torso, and on the next exhale, lift your sitting bones. Depending on your flexibility, your lower back will hollow to a greater or lesser degree. As you do this, release your hamstrings and hollow your lower belly (below your navel) as well, lightly lifting it toward the back of your pelvis.
Lift the top of your sternum as high as you can, but take care not to lift your head so far that you compress the back of your neck. Keep your forehead relaxed.
For the next few inhalations, lift your torso strongly as you continue to actively contract your front thighs; on each successive exhalation, strongly lift your sitting bones as you consciously relax your hamstrings. As you do this, deepen the hollow in your lower back.
Finally exhale, bend your elbows out to the sides, pull up on your toes, lengthen the front and sides of your torso, and gently lower into the forward bend.
If you have very long hamstrings, you can draw your forehead toward your shins. But if your hamstrings are short, it’s better to focus on keeping the front torso long. Hunching into a forward bend isn’t safe for your lower back and does nothing to lengthen your hamstrings.
Hold the final position for one minute @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl thank you
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