Meet our Wonderful Teacher @mianmeuthia 💗 Anyone who has joined us on a training over the last few years, will already know about the wonderful Thia! Thia is an integral part of the Santosha team in Bali, supporting our students and leading incredible kirtan sessions for our groups. Thia is an RYT-500 teacher and teaches on our Bali courses as well as offering student support and admin on our trainings.
Through yoga, Thia started to understand more about her breath, body, and mind. Feeling calm and good about herself, she simply wanted to share this to others, to help, to have fun, to be present and just be.
Thia’s words of advice for our students: “Come with intention. Trust your heart. Listen to your intuition that you are in the right time and place.”
Take some time to comment below sending a message to Thia or click the link in our bio to know more about our upcoming events and meet her soon. 💕💕💕
Gone with the wind... Went to the sea... Wake me up when september ends... The people in northern Europe move here, to the greek island of Crete and they are somehow weather migrant, they search for the sun! And this island has it and it has sea and wind and good food. It has it all :)
Собираем чемодан маков, ромашек и забираем с собой😉
Сегодня возвращаемся вечером в Москву)
3 дня, чтобы многое успеть...
А в воскресенье уже переезжаем в Болгарию на всё лето...
Ps А люпины ещё не зацвели рядом с Москвой ?) ну, вдруг... я всё мечтаю поснимать🙈😅😂
Una brezza verde
- Rikugien Gardens, Tokyo (aprile 2019)
Sono foglie di acero che cambieranno il colore in autunno e di solito si apprezza tanto quel rosso ardente.
Ma secondo me anche questo periodo è molto bello da vedere: anzi a me piace di più il verde così rinfrescante...
Buon mercoledì a voi amici miei...
写真はその #六義園 にて。
A trip to the arcade was my everyday after school activity. School would finish at 12pm for me, my Dad would pick me up and drop me off at the clinic my Mom worked at. That’s where I waited for my parents to finish work and my siblings to finish school. To pass the time, I would go to the arcade that was on the floor below the clinic. It’s was fun swapping my 10 pesos allowance for tokens and playing games. I even had a trick so I could win more tickets to exchange for a prize. Those days were good 😊
“La Búsqueda” ; "The search". Es: El Parque Bicentenario de Vitacura, en Chile, es un lugar que se caracteriza por albergar varias obras de importantes representantes de la escultura chilena. “La Búsqueda”, de Hernán Puelma, es una obra monumental de 20 metros de alto que forma parte de la colección. Elaborada en fierro y fibra de vidrio, esta pieza de gran escala permite apreciar la destreza del artista, hábil del material dada su trayectoria en las técnicas de la fundición y el área industrial. En ella cinco hombres pedalean sobre un gran arco, mirando por un catalejo. El nombre remite a la acción que realizan, todos miran por un catalejo, miran al cielo, algo que nosotros no identificamos. Son caricaturas que exhiben energía, gracia y cierta ingenuidad.
En: The Bicentennial Park of Vitacura, in Chile, is a place that is characterized by housing several works of important representatives of Chilean sculpture. "La Búsqueda", by Hernán Puelma, is a monumental work 20 meters high that is part of the collection. Made of iron and fiberglass, this large scale piece allows to appreciate the skill of the artist, skillful of the material given his career in the techniques of the foundry and the industrial area. In it five men pedal on a large arch, looking through a spyglass. The name refers to the action they perform, they all look through a telescope, they look at the sky, something that we do not identify. They are cartoons that exhibit energy, grace and a certain naivety.