Stretch yourself

How flexible are you?

In your relationships, job, projects, perceptions, etc. if you experience excess amounts of stress/tension/frustration in your day -to-day experiences you may want to explore your ‘flexibility’ in these situations. The more ‘flexible you are the more ease, peace and satisfaction you will encounter in your everyday life.

Flexibility encompasses more than just the physical body it’s a mind attitude -it’s a ‘conscious’ choice – a power-full skill that is much needed in this ever changing always evolving world we live/share/breathe.
Just as we take the time to work on our bodies at the gym/yoga/cycling/cross fit, etc. we need to focus attention on our minds -expanding our flexibility in our perceptions/thoughts/beliefs/knowledge/attitudes/intentions. Making space inside our minds allows us more room for creativity, forgiveness, inspiration, change and all the other fabulous things we have been wanting/dreaming/longing for.

Beyond the physical, besides openness to new and different ideas, being flexible allows one to adjust to the winds of change. Life changes -stay flexible.

Flex is For -giving
Pass it on

Yoga works to unite the split between the mind and the body.


Yoga also improves posture, increases the intake of oxygen, and enhances the functioning of the respiratory, digestive, endocrine, reproductive, and elimination kicksystems. Yoga improves the strength and flexibility in the mind as well as the body, and aids relaxation. Yoga promotes good health. And while almost all exercise can be beneficial depending on the amount and body condition, practicing yoga ultimately leads you toward long-term health and well being.

Stretch yourself –beyond the physical (Yoga)

What was once deemed difficult becomes easier when you stretch yourself.

“To be a warrior is not a simple matter of wishing to be one. It is rather an endless struggle that will go on to the very last moment of our lives. Nobody is born a warrior, in exactly the same way that nobody is born an average person. We make ourselves into one or the other.”