Amanda Bisk @amandabisk
Her love affair with Yoga started at the end of 2011 after a couple of failed medical treatments of her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. A little practice of different stretches and postures got her interested and she eventually found herself absorbing the Yoga practices.
Here are some of her super-bendy yoga poses:
Robin Martin, @robinmartinyoga
With an Instagram following of over 200,000 followers, her Yoga practice journey stated from being a student to a point of becoming a certified Yoga teacher. It is from her quest of seeking different styles of workouts that landed her into the practice. After six months, her life changed with Yoga remaining consistent.
See and appreciate the beauty in some of her styles:
Dylan Werner, @dylanwerneryoga
Werner found his passion in Yoga in his quest for health living and fitness ways through his practice of martial arts. He has been teaching Yoga since 2011 and with a background in wrestling and rock climbing; you can bet he is good at it.
Here some of his moves:
Caitlin Turner, @gypsetgoddess
Being a certified Yoga teacher her satisfaction is in the promotion of a healthy lifestyle. The so-called Gypset Goddess started practicing Yoga in 2007 before receiving the certification in 2010.
David Romero, @theyogidr
Romero’s goal is to help people transform their lifestyles through restorative Yoga practices. He believes in establishing and maintaining a balanced life through self-disciplined practices. See his acts:
Rachel Brathen, @yoga_girl
She embraced her Yoga life immediately after graduating from school. However, it is only in 2010 when she began teaching it on a full time basis. Her classes are either online or in-person through her self-titled website. This is what she does best.
My favorite mornings look like this. Digging my hands into the sand. Floating in salt water. Wobbly movement and deep breaths. I don't care about how I look or who's watching or what's going on around me. Nothing else matters. Dennis is somewhere close by on his bicycle. I don't bring the dogs because then I can't focus on me. I'm alone with the sea. When I've stretched and danced and fallen enough, I lie down in the sand. The sky is grey. The water is blue. My heart is beating and I'm right here.
Kerri Verna, @beachyogagirl
The mother of two boys has been teaching Yoga for 12 years which has gained her over 1 Million followers on Instagram. She has achieved several fitness certifications and with her inspirations, she makes people o things they never thought they would ever do. This is what she offers with her actions: