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Pause for Joy & Peace with Us on International Day of Yoga 🧘

Breathing is one of the only systems in the body that we can control - breathe in...breathe out...pause. What this action does is help us regulate our nervous system and man-o-man do we all need some of this ease now!  Yoga is one of the best ways we know how to accomplish this state of bliss.

In honor of International Day of Yoga, the yogis at Vintage Luxe Up - yes, we practice daily - are sharing a bit of what we’ve learned on the mat that we take off the mat into our quotidien lives to be the best versions of who we are!

Yoga means to unite - bringing the breath and movement together, uniting the mind and body for a greater sense of peace and well-being.  Catch a yoga class online if your fav studio hasn’t re-opened.  We love the daily sunrise yoga and meditation on the beach with Azul Yoga via Periscope.TV or Facebook.

Pause for a moment and look around you allowing your gaze to rest on something that is beautiful to you.  Don’t overthink it.  Just allow yourself to rest and absorb the spectacularity of whatever has caught your attention.  We love the tribal beat of color such as our Vintage Missoni silk protective face mask.

Take a walk outside.  Smile at anyone your see.  Perhaps do a silent walking self-compassion meditation - or take a seat in the grass.  Softly repeat twice to yourself, “May I be happy.  May I be healthy.  May I love and be loved.  May I be peaceful.”  Extend those words to all whom you love.  To aquaintances and strangers - even to those you find a wee bit difficult and then to the universe saying, “May we all be happy.  May we all be healthy.  May we all love and be loved.  May we all be peaceful.”  Need a little guidance, check out Susan Piver, founder of The Open Heart Project - plenty of free meditations that are short, sweet and so filled with love.

Need some sleep fast?  Check out Yogaressa aka Julie Murphy and her beautiful Yoga Nidra practices.  It’s said that one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to 6 hours of deep sleep.  Nothing to do but lie still and listen to Julie’s lovely South African lilt and breathe.

Sending you love and light on this day and every day.  Let’s unite in peace and joy, together we are stronger.