Yoga at Maderas Village in Nicaragua

When Aga the yoga instructor asked us to set an intention for our yoga practice this morning I instantly thought ‘Surrender and let go’.

After the past few weeks, my body is aching and tired. I pulled a muscle in my left shoulder last week which is still rather painful and I have a variety of scratches and bruises. Bodies reflect your emotions and mental state so I need to rest and rejuvenate for the next week.

I flew into Nicaragua last night and woke up in the beautiful and very chilled out Maderas Village this morning. After a quick catch up with my friend Nikki over some coffee and fresh fruit, I joined one the daily yoga classes.

This morning’s yoga class focused on opening up our joints, stretching
and breathing. By the end of the class I realized that it’s time to let go. This week I plan on surrendering to the past. What has happened is done so it’s time to reconnect with me and move forward fearlessly onto my next chapter.

I challenge you to let go of something that no longer serves you. I’m working on letting go of the built up negative emotions surrounding leaving my job, ending a relationship and getting rid of negative habits. Let me know how it goes.

Playa Maderas is gorgeous. I walked down the hill to check out the beach this afternoon and it is a little slice of heaven. The water is cool, refreshing and the waves look pretty good. I cannot wait to have a refresher surf lesson tomorrow morning followed by being a playful water-baby for the rest of the day.

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5 Responses to Yoga at Maderas Village in Nicaragua

  1. Sending so much love gorgeous friend x x x

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