If you ever have chance to be in The Yoga Capital of the World, Rishikesh on 21t of June, don’t miss the celebration of the International Yoga Day.
Free yoga class for everyone by the Ganges River. And the program of the show include performance from Indian acrobats, performances from different yoga schools.
It’s entertaining, interesting.
Lots of people from all over the world with the same interest - yoga 🧘♂️ The RishikulYogashala school is one of the biggest there, that’s why you can see so many T-shirts from that school. And even me somewhere there in the same T-shirt. :)
Alcohol, tobacco, meat, fish, canned food and other "yummies" fill the body with toxins, deprive cells of oxygen, give muscles a dryness and stiffness and ultimately create a favorable environment for harmful bacterias, that control human consciousness and destroy its body. Following such an ignorant diet, a person supports the giant industries that kill our planet. That is why Yoga begins with a strict, non-alternative, vegetarian diet. 🌏
Алкоголь, табак, мясо, рыба, консервы и другие "вкусняшки" наполняют организм токсинами, лишают клетки кислорода, придают мышцам сухость и скованность и, в конечном итоге, создают благоприятную среду для вредных бактерий, которые контролируют сознание человека и разрушают его организм. Следуя такой невежественной диете, человек поддерживает гигантские отрасли промышленности, которые убивают нашу планету. Именно поэтому йога начинается со строгой, безальтернативной вегетарианской диеты. 🌏
@yoga💟☮️🕉 Wherever you are on this planet, happy International Yoga Day. May our @yoga practice bring more love and peace into this world. Namaste! 💟☮️🕉 @riadmagellanyoga #yoga#yogaworld#internationalyogaday
One of the earliest known references to the myth that the Great Wall can be seen from the moon appears in a letter written in 1754 by the English antiquary William Stukeley. Stukeley wrote that, "This mighty wall [Hadrian's wall] of four score miles [130 km] in length is only exceeded by the Chinese Wall, which makes a considerable figure upon the terrestrial globe, and may be discerned at the Moon." The issue of "canals" on Mars was prominent in the late 19th century and may have led to the belief that long, thin objects were visible from space. The claim that the Great Wall is visible from the moon also appears in 1932's Ripley's Believe It or Not! and in Richard Halliburton's 1938 book Second Book of Marvels.
The claim that the Great Wall is visible from the moon has been debunked many times, but is still ingrained in popular culture. The wall is a maximum 9.1 m (29 ft 10 in) wide, and is about the same color as the soil surrounding it. Based on the optics of resolving power (distance versus the width of the iris: a few millimeters for the human eye, meters for large telescopes) only an object of reasonable contrast to its surroundings which is 110 km (70 mi) or more in diameter (1 arc-minute) would be visible to the unaided eye from the Moon, whose average distance from Earth is 384,393 km (238,851 mi). The apparent width of the Great Wall from the Moon is the same as that of a human hair viewed from 3 km (2 mi) away. To see the wall from the Moon would require spatial resolution 17,000 times better than normal (20/20) vision. Unsurprisingly, no lunar astronaut has ever claimed to have seen the Great Wall from the Moon.
~renderings by TheAdorableOshawatt~
“When you push yourself, it’s so rewarding to conquer your own goals. Once you find your purpose for getting on the mat, everything fades and before you know it, you are doing poses and showing flexibility you never knew you had.” - A beautiful & inspiring message from the #alwaysstayhydrated yogi herself @aribarra 🧘🏻♀️ 🙏🏻 💦 #wegivzadamn#getgivzing
Happy International Yoga day!!! Are you new to yoga? Or deep in your practise? Perhaps, inspired to take your first step onto a mat?
This is YOUR journey! And, wherever you are today, is just perfect.
Touch the stars as you reach for the sky.