why we breathe

Nothing beats an early morning walk along the beach in the rain, I’m just back from a refreshing jaunt out at Raglan beach where surfers were out in force, kids were riding their horses and there were even a few blokarts hooning around – nothing inspires me more than nature and it was such a beautiful start to my Sunday. We’ve been in the middle of a drought here this summer in New Zealand so the rain was very welcome and made my beach walk seem that little more mystical.
Today I wanted to share the documentary Why We Breathe which asks a multitude of practitioners why we do yoga, what is so captivating about the process, what we get from it physically, mentally and spiritually and delves a little deeper into the healing benefits experienced by so many in the yoga journey.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Love reading about your early morning walk —it’s worlds away from mine in NYC. Oh and tried to watch the doc but it wouldn’t load. Thanks for sharing.

    1. palomino72 says:

      Hiya 🙂 I can imagine NYC is a smidge different to rural NZ, bummer to hear the doc wouldn’t load for you ~ I noticed it does start about 15 seconds in if that helps. Have a great week 🙂

      1. Ok, I got it going ..and so glad I waited the 15secs. This film looks amazing. Thank you! Enjoy yoga!!

        1. palomino72 says:

          Cheers, I certainly will 🙂

  2. Prayers and Apples says:

    New Zealand sounds so beautiful! I have a beach nearby, but I’m sure it’s not near as beautiful as yours! I’m going to try to watch that documentary later this week (I’m so bogged down with homework right now – blah!)

    1. palomino72 says:

      I certainly appreciate NZ and all nature so much more after 6 years in the Middle East 🙂 It sounds like you’ve got ALOT going on at present but at least its all positive and is helping you build up your jugglers-arm-muscles 😉

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