Ommm... ¡Las yoguis que triunfan en Instagram y que necesitas conocer ya!

Sus posturas son dignas de una acróbata, y aunque no las consigas a la primera o a la segunda... ¡al menos puedes inspirarte!

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Con la sociedad en que vivimos hoy en día, las prisas, la hiperconectividad y todo el estrés que ello genera, es comprensible que una práctica como el yoga se haya puesto de moda. Y por supuesto, las redes sociales se han hecho eco de la tendencia más healthy. Vete preparando la esterilla y el incienso, ¡porque estas a punto de conocer a las gurús del yoga instagramero!

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Amanda Bisk

Además de tener un cuerpo que es pura fibra y conseguir unas posturas imposibles, lo más entrañable de la cuenta de esta profesora de yoga australiana son los entrenamientos con sus mascotas. Si no te lo crees, mira...


Claudine Lafond

Esto sí que es yoga en familia. Cuando veas a qué nos referimos se te caerá la lagrimilla... Ains, ¡qué bonito!


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Laura Kasperzak

Otra mamá yogui amante de los animales de lo más divertida... ¡Te va a encantar!


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Robin Martin

El arte de las acrobacias tiene nombre y apellidos. ¡Sus fotos son sencillamente impresionantes!


Caitlin Turner

Un yoga que se torna místico y espiritual... ¡Digno de una diosa primigenia!

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I used to be afraid of women. So many of them had done me wrong in the past. Growing up, I was backstabbed, shit talked, and everything in between. I had to change schools 4 times, because mean girls chose me as their target, and the whole thing was pretty traumatic. 😥 . As a result, I used to avoid women like the plague. The majority of my best friends were men, because men felt safer, more predictable, and thankfully, less catty. 🙃 . But then I grew up, and I started feeling the void of female friends in my life. Slowly but surely, I decided to trust. Slowly but surely, I let my guard down. Slowly but surely, I started collecting girlfriends, until I had as many female friends as male friends. 👯 . Sure, there are still mean girls out there, even now that we’re all adults, but I’m not afraid of them anymore. I find that fear can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. The more I feared them, the more I attracted them. But then I got to know myself better and love myself more deeply. 💗 . The more I practiced this self-love and self-acceptance, the less insults, slights, or purposeful exclusion in group situations, were able to impact me. With my new thicker skin, I was less afraid to put myself out there, less afraid of rejection, and less afraid of making new friends. 😃 . Now, rather than being afraid of women, I cherish all of my girlfriends and I don’t know what I’d do without them. I’m even genuinely excited to make more. 🙌🏻 . In a world that sometimes praises mean girls, don’t be one of them, and don’t be afraid of them, because that just gives them more power. 🙅🏼 . Instead, lead by example: support and befriend the women around you. Let’s lift each other up and rise together. Who’s with me?! 🙌🏻💗👯 . 📸: new friend @sfreneenyc Playing sirens and mermaids with new friends @aminahtaha and @gabriella.dondero. #beagoddess

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