Yoga In the Wild

Welcome to our 'Yoga in the Wild' blog.

We have put together a series of film footage under the direction of of Harvey Marcus who encapsulates our brand's plant based products through a crisp, raw and close up encounter of a free spirited yogini (Danielle Wills) who performs yoga under the hottest conditions in organic clothing grown from the ground.

Upward Bow Pose - (Urdhva Dhanurasana)

Danielle performs an intense yoga backbend (upward bow) that stretches her whole body. This variation, with one leg lifted, adds an additional balancing challenge. Find more inspiration at carrotbananapeach.com

Crane / Crowe Pose - (Bakāsana)

Danielle beautifully executes this Crane/Crow pose. A compact arm balance, Bakasana is a balancing act, often interchangeable with Kakasana (an asana). Hands are planted on the floor, shins rest upon upper arms, and feet lift up. It tones and strengthens the abs and arms.

Wild thing pose (Camatkarasana)

A stunning performance by Danielle to unfold the heart in this spectacular yoga pose that's fun, cool and stunning to watch. Wild Thing is surprising simple, yet opens up chest, lung, hips and shoulder whilst building strength and flexibility.

Eagle Pose (with Warrior III) - Garudasana

Danielle prepares to take flight into a variation of Warrior III (Virabhadrasana III) Dekasana, from a beautiful Eagle Pose (Garudasana). This seamless flow requires strength, flexibility, endurance and unwavering concentration to retain balance.

Child’s pose to Cobra flow - (Bhujanga)

Danielle making use of a park bench to keep her flow tight as she unfolds from a child's pose into a cobra (bhujanga) followed by a variation to stretch out and open up her hips and legs.

Lord of the dance pose - (Natarajasana)

Danielle beautifully executes this balancing yoga pose, Lord of the Dance Pose (Natarajasana). It requires a strong foundation, stability and concentration but brings tremendous benefits as it stretches the shoulders, the chest, the thighs, the groins and abdomen.

Godess pose - (utkata konasana)

A simple flow with Godess pose at the heart of it. Danielle ppens up the hips and strengthens the inner thighs. Goddess Kali in Hindu mythology, represents power and strength through feminine energy to protect all beings from negative forces. Referred to in Sanskrit as utkata konasana (“fierce angled”).

Fallen Angel yoga pose (Eka Pada Koundinyasana)

Here Danielle acts out a Fallen Angel, demonstrating the strength and balance required in this yoga asana as she challenges her torso. Based off Eka Pada Koundinyasana.


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