It's the last market for the year happening this Saturday...Get your bums down there for some last minute Christmas Shopping!
Woodstock, Cape Town
So...while the search for "meaning" (what does that even mean?!) continues, I leave you with some of the world's cutest yogi's. Dan Borris pairs 2 rather unlikely elements to create something adorable...
And in places like the US, Taiwan and Japan, the above pictures may just become more than a picture in a calendar:
"The idea of canine yoga – or doga – classes was dreamt up by American-based yoga instructor Suzi Teitelman. She discovered that her dog, a spaniel, liked to join in with her yoga exercise routine at home in America.
Classes of doga are increasing in number and popularity in the US. Doga is the latest American import to have taken off in UK, Japan and Taiwan, and may eventually be exported to the rest of the world". Lifeisreallybeautiful.com
One of the most well-known kinds of yoga is Bikram. If you’ve heard of people practicing yoga in a room that is heated to over 40 degrees celcius, this is the type of yoga they were sweating through. Bikram yoga is also referred to as “Hot Yoga.”
The intention behind having the room heated so high is to ensure the student will sweat profusely, thereby ridding the body of toxins. The intense heat also makes the muscles very supple and warm which enhances flexibility. The sequence of postures is also designed to relieve stress, reduce tension and prevent injury.
What is a Bikram yoga class like?
Bikram yoga involves doing a set sequence of 26 postures, or asanas, and two breathing exercises in a class that is heated to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Students are guided along the class by Bikram-certified teachers who instruct using a specific dialogue. Each class lasts approximately 90 minutes.