The Ultimate Power Pose

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We often feel powerless, unable to speak with our voice or create movement with our action. Our body language is both a cause and effect of these feelings. Intimidation, fear, embarrassment. We feel small, we may even want to be invisible. And yet, our body movement can also be the catalyst for changing these emotions.  Read on for what is needed, and what is not needed, to transform your negativity with one simple pose...

 

 

 

 

It’s not strenuous
It’s not unreachable

You don’t need to go upside down
or put a leg behind your head
You don’t even have to touch your toes

You don’t need to look like those Instagram yoga photos
Or say an inspirational quote
Your body is a yoga body
Your alignment is beautiful just the way it is

You don’t need to be able to pronounce Patanjali
or say big words in sanskrit
this powerasana is yours

Regardless of your age, your background
Your access to those overly expensive yoga pants
Even access to a mat
You can create space for this pose wherever, and however you are

Even if you don’t believe
in yourself,
in yoga,
in the magic of this human life..

Just try this simple pose
and feel your spirit lift

Even one arm up can help
but try both

Whether you're sitting, standing or even laying down
Expand your chest
Allow your heart to open
Inhale, and exhale

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Surrender

Maybe blockages melt away
Maybe they're not ready yet

Regardless, close your eyes
Lift your arms up and say YES - I AM ____________

without judgement
without expectation
without embarrassment

only with love
devotion
and this feeling that you feel is true

that you are worth this
and you can do this

and all which you set out for
is within your reach


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Since a young age, Jessi has studied dance and creative movement. Since her first RYT200 teacher training in 2008, Jessi has led retreats and workshops throughout the States, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, and Costa Rica. She completed her RYT500 hour certification in 2012 and now leads teacher trainings in places she most enjoys to share. 

Jessi teaches a Vinyasa based practice to combine elements of dance and natural movement with traditional yogic sequencing. She incorporates attention to rhythm of the breath, and allows for organic movement to flow in each pose. She is grateful for the journey of yogic creativity and loves to share this movement of bliss with others along the way.

To learn more about Jessi and see her upcoming yoga teacher trainings and retreats, click here