As soon as the weekend arrives, I wake up my husband at 4:30 am (waking is an understatement 😛 ), make him drive 25 km to watch sunrise at Clovelly Beach. It had been my dream to be photographed like a silhouette against the rising sun. In case you haven’t read about this new obsession of his – read Husband Histrionics.
On the first day I tried few simple yoga poses as I had just started my practice and didn’t want to fall off the cliff with a pulled muscle.
|Camel or Utrasana pose|
|Dancer’s Pose or Natarajasana|
I so wish I was in the position when the waves hit.
|Warrior III or Virbhadrasana III|
I came across the Wild Thing pose while looking for Yoga photo-shoot ideas and was quite intimidated by it. It was only when I started Vinyasa flow I realized how easily you can get into this position. After much practise, here it is. I love how it opens up, like a blooming flower. So artistic!!
|Camatkrasana or Wild Thing Pose|
|Tree pose or Vrkasana|
|Extended Hand to Big Toe Pose B or Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana B|
the scenes – these waves chased me around, drenched me while I was
standing in the Tree Pose, and my darling of a husband didn’t even warn
me, maybe seeking revenge for waking him up at unearthly hour, that too
on a weekend. But since he is an early rise, he didn’t complain much.
days it’s cardio and core. Since I don’t go to gym and have a tendency
to get bored easily, I have to keep looking for motivation.
long long longgggg way to go before I even start attempting headstands.
Frankly, it scares the hell out of me. And to top it all, my show off of
a husband does handstands like it’s a child play. And he knows no
humility, keeps taunting me whenever I am against the wall, pondering
whether to raise the left leg first or right. Hmmpphh!!!!
Linking to Our World Tuesday