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  • Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large - I contain multitudes.
    // Words by Walt Whitman
    \\ Art by @dkeyphotography
  • Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large - I contain multitudes.
// Words by Walt Whitman
\\ Art by @dkeyphotography
  •  4  1 12 minutes ago

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  • We retreat to rest. We retreat to remember. We retreat to disconnect, so we can reconnect to ourselves. Retreat comes from the Latin verb “to pull back.” So, retreat, or a retreat, is a place where you pull back from the world. ✨We do this not to escape the world, but to be more fully present within it. ✨
    It’s such an honor to facilitate this process of retreating and re-engaging, pulling away from the world, filling our own cups, and returning to it more connected and inspired. 💙
    Beautiful yogis enjoying warm water during a misty winter afternoon at Sagrada. .
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    If you’re ready to pull back from the busyness of life and give yourself some much desired time and space for self-care, reflection, yoga, sacred space, ritual, and beauty, consider joining us on an upcoming retreat. 💫Two more opportunities before I get married and “retreat” in July! 🥰
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    🏝 March 23-29, Mexico 🇲🇽 .
    🌿 April 25-29, Sagrada . . (Links in tree in bio ☝🏼) .
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    #yoga #proseandposes #yogaandwriting #retreat #yogaretreat2019
  • We retreat to rest. We retreat to remember. We retreat to disconnect, so we can reconnect to ourselves. Retreat comes from the Latin verb “to pull back.” So, retreat, or a retreat, is a place where you pull back from the world. ✨We do this not to escape the world, but to be more fully present within it. ✨ 
It’s such an honor to facilitate this process of retreating and re-engaging, pulling away from the world, filling our own cups, and returning to it more connected and inspired. 💙 
Beautiful yogis enjoying warm water during a misty winter afternoon at Sagrada. .
.
If you’re ready to pull back from the busyness of life and give yourself some much desired time and space for self-care, reflection, yoga, sacred space, ritual, and beauty, consider joining us on an upcoming retreat. 💫Two more opportunities before I get married and “retreat” in July! 🥰
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.
🏝 March 23-29, Mexico 🇲🇽 .
🌿 April 25-29, Sagrada . . (Links in tree in bio ☝🏼) .
.
#yoga #proseandposes #yogaandwriting #retreat #yogaretreat2019
  •  8  1 15 minutes ago

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  • MYTHS AND TRUTHS

    Ever wonder why pimples tend to pop up in the same spot over and over again? According to an ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic technique called face mapping, the location of your acne may have something to do with what's happening inside your body. .
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    Modern versions of face maps, based on evidence and science, provides a more useful guide on how to treat returning acne based on external, measurable lifestyle factors.

    Hairline: Hair products clogging pores

    Acne surrounding the hairline on your forehead also shares the name “pomade acne.” Pomades are in thick, often mineral oil-based hair products. This ingredient keeps the natural oil or sebum in our hair follicles from exiting. That blockage is what creates a pimple.

    Try this for hairline acne
    * Switch to a clarifying shampoo
    * When using hairspray or dry shampoo, shield your skin with a washcloth

    Cheeks : Dirty phones and pillowcases

    It’s not just fecal matter. You’ve probably got traces of E. coli and other bacteria on your phone, too. And anytime you hold your phone to your face, you’re spreading that bacteria to your skin, potentially causing more acne. Persistent acne on one side of your faces tends to be due to dirty phones, pillowcases, and other habits like touching your face.

    Try this for cheek acne
    * Wipe down your smartphone often or use an ear piece
    * Don’t bring your phone with you to the bathroom.
    * Swap out your pillowcase at least once a week.

    Chin + Jawline: hormonal imbalance and poor gut health

    Here’s where face mapping is actually accurate. Chin and jawline acne is often caused by fluctuations in hormones, which means a disruption with your endocrine system. Excess androgens, can overstimulate the oil glands and clog pores. Hormones can surge during a menstrual cycle or may be due to a switch or start with birth control medications.
    .
    Hormone imbalance can also be related to diet and poor gut health, — especially if you’re eating high-carb foods or dairy with added hormones. .

    Try this for jawline and chin acne
    * Re-evaluate your diet to see if you cut back on sugars, processed foods or dairy.
    * Research food brands and check if they add hormones to their foods.
  • MYTHS AND TRUTHS

Ever wonder why pimples tend to pop up in the same spot over and over again? According to an ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic technique called face mapping, the location of your acne may have something to do with what's happening inside your body. .
.
Modern versions of face maps, based on evidence and science, provides a more useful guide on how to treat returning acne based on external, measurable lifestyle factors.

Hairline: Hair products clogging pores

Acne surrounding the hairline on your forehead also shares the name “pomade acne.” Pomades are in thick, often mineral oil-based hair products. This ingredient keeps the natural oil or sebum in our hair follicles from exiting. That blockage is what creates a pimple.

Try this for hairline acne
* Switch to a clarifying shampoo
* When using hairspray or dry shampoo, shield your skin with a washcloth

Cheeks : Dirty phones and pillowcases

It’s not just fecal matter. You’ve probably got traces of E. coli and other bacteria on your phone, too. And anytime you hold your phone to your face, you’re spreading that bacteria to your skin, potentially causing more acne. Persistent acne on one side of your faces tends to be due to dirty phones, pillowcases, and other habits like touching your face.

Try this for cheek acne
* Wipe down your smartphone often or use an ear piece
* Don’t bring your phone with you to the bathroom.
* Swap out your pillowcase at least once a week.

Chin + Jawline: hormonal imbalance and poor gut health

Here’s where face mapping is actually accurate. Chin and jawline acne is often caused by fluctuations in hormones, which means a disruption with your endocrine system. Excess androgens, can overstimulate the oil glands and clog pores. Hormones can surge during a menstrual cycle or may be due to a switch or start with birth control medications.
.
Hormone imbalance can also be related to diet and poor gut health, — especially if you’re eating high-carb foods or dairy with added hormones. .

Try this for jawline and chin acne
* Re-evaluate your diet to see if you cut back on sugars, processed foods or dairy.
* Research food brands and check if they add hormones to their foods.
  •  4  2 29 minutes ago
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