I’ve become addicted to yoga ever since joining the rock climbing gym a while back. A friend got me into climbing and when I saw the gym had yoga for climbers I was excited to sign up. It’s become part of my routine and I’m so thankful to have found such amazing classes! Once I realized yoga and climbing were part of my weekly routine, I knew I needed to add some fun to my work out wardrobe. A good friend of mine suggested Onzie yoga apparel and my awesome boyfriend got me a pair of their killer peacock yoga leggings for my bday. I’m obsessed, they are definitely a good yoga pant and they have so many fun patterns!
Yoga has been so good for my mind and body. Every new pose that comes into my practice that I wasn’t able to do before, reminds me that in time and with a lot of practice, you can achieve more.
Balance and strength are two of my favorite things to work on.
To all my fellow yogi’s, what are your favorite workout brands?!
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This is Emily. She is one of the most bad a$# friends that we have. Her and her husband, Matt, are kind enough to take me out on their snowmobiles whenever I go visit them in Tahoe which is AMAZING. I can’t explain how much fun I have with them and even shooting photos of them on their machines because they are both incredibly talented. After the last big snow, we headed out to Jackson Meadows for an all day play date. I had one of the most fun days I’ve had all winter. I could barely walk the next day I was so sore but it was all worth it.
(Matt swimming in snow)
(Emily and Tom making turns)
(Matt climbing so high)
(It’s beyond gorgeous out where there are no cars and just pure mountain. Sometimes there is no other place I’d rather be)
(I’ll follow Em and Matt anywhere on these toys)
(Matt coming down)
(Could she be any more amazing?? She rips her sled around.)
They were trying to teach me how to make these deep turns all day and I was having so much fun trying. It’s not as easy as they make it look, it takes a lot of upper body strength. We kept coming across meadows and meadows of untouched snow for miles. It was heaven. It was like running through a forest and finding hidden gems at every turn. The little kid was brought out in all of us and we soaked it all in. Days like these are priceless and I wouldn’t trade them for anything. With Spring upon us, the snow will begin to melt and it will be time for us to shift into summer mode. The seasons have a way of moving along memories into different forms. I hold them all close.
We hope you had a great Easter!