Leading yoga classes all week to a beautiful group of people who travelled to the Amazon rainforest to work with medicinal plants. A pleasure and an honor to be part of their experience. Grateful for the opportunity to share my passion for yoga with others. And the feedback about my classes has been very positive😊 wonderful!! #yogainnature#yogateacher shareyourpassion
Oh, the days in the amazons are so memorable to me. Canoeing in the wilderness and finding places to camp out was exciting. We were given machetes and taught how to fish with them. We caught 8 fish! Most of the food we ate was from the jungle and river. Every part of this experience was amazing! Have you been to Peru? . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ . #hiking#friends @dandestinations @wiredcreatives @misfit.wanders
Arguably one of the birding world’s most recognizable silhouettes - the Hoatzin is a clumsy and lumbering bird of oxbow lakes in the Amazon basin and fits in its own monotypic family, mostly because the taxonomists have no idea where else to put it. We saw large flocks of them in a number of quiet lakes whilst in Peru. #best_bird_shots #your_best_birds
What a privilege it was to serve the Asháninka people of Peru for a week. It's our prayer that a few less have parasites or infected machete cuts and a few more have come to know the saving power of Christ.
Amazing experience to stay in the Amazon jungle. The views and sounds were unbelievable. I’ve never seen so many stars in the sky. And the animals. Monkeys, tarantulas, birds, snakes, fish, bats, caimans. Well yes and lots of mosquitoes.
#seetheworld . 7 years ago today a younger skinnier less beardy version of me was adventuring in the Amazon jungle! . Today we’re 14,000km from there exploring Praslin, Seychelles! #followyourdreams . ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 .
The Shipibo are one of 14 indigenous tribes living in the Amazon basin in Peru. They are a shamanically based people, deeply influenced by the power of the plants, animals and natural elements. This year firstname.lastname@example.org director of photography-@massimolegittimo and I were blessed to work on a project following three individuals on their path to healing. Throughout the production we became friends with Maestra Justina and Maestro Cesar. This beautiful couple has the power to help reconnect us with our true self. Looking forward to sharing three stories with the world very soon. Special thank you ...
Everyday, when we wake up, we make a decision on how to treat the new day. ✨ I have always struggled with working on things that I 'don't like' eventhough they will eventually give me an enormous set of new skills and knowledge. I have got to look more into what things give me in the longrun instead of wanting instant gratification. This little butterfly I captured reminds me about how beautiful and short this life is. Make the best out of it, 😊 What is something you find difficult and feel like improving today?
• Iquitos, c'est le point de départ pour des excursions dans la selva. C'est le lieu de rendez-vous avec l'Amazonie. Il est recommandé d'y consacrer au moins trois journées mais nous avons choisis d'y rester plus longtemps afin de mieux nous imprégner du lieu: nous avons passé une semaine au cœur de la forêt vierge dans une cabane sur pilotis! Une expérience des plus marquantes ! ••• #amazonas#amazonia
Such beauty! This plant grows wild by the side of the road in the neighbourhood. A while back I stopped and collected some of its seeds and we planted some in our medicinal garden here @tamboilusion. It has grown beautifully. #plantlove#nature
An illegal mine in the Peruvian Amazon. Clandestine operations like this one use mercury to separate gold and other precious metals from the river’s sediment. This type of mining is referred to as “ Artisanal Mining”. Although, considered small operations, artisanal mining in Peru is responsible for nearly 200 square miles of deforestation and mercury poisoning of the water systems. - - #peru#amazon
Our first evening aboard the Delfin III my husband and I were christened by the most breathtaking of sunsets I’ve ever seen. . The kind that inspires photographers, painters, poets, and musicians to make beautiful art impressions of Mother nature. And then it hit us, we were in the heart of the Amazon the lungs of South America! How much more awe-inspiring can it get? Turns out a whole lot!!! Check out why and how on the blog in “Cruising through the Amazon in style with Delfin.” . Image courtesy of @delfinamazoncruises 🛥 . #breathtaking#views ...
One of the most incredible, adventurous, spiritual encounters I’ve had throughout my entire time traveling the world was visiting THE BOILING RIVER OF THE AMAZON, near Pucallpa, Peru. With the closest volcano being more than 700 kilometers away the river magically manages to consistently boil at nearly 200 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a totally mysterious phenomena. My journey to see this anomaly first hand was quite dramatic and had some incredible twists along the way. Ultimately I was able to visit and connected with a power far bigger than myself! . Read about this epic adventure using the link in ...
The amazon jungle changed my life and my perspective on the world. The only other experience in my life I can compare it to, is the weeks I have spent at burning man. Though entirely different in its occurrence, the shared quality is a presence of heart gripping, mind shattering magic. Magic. To my eyes, there can be no other explanation for how it works. How all these different expressions of nature symbiotically exist together. I felt gratitude that she welcomed me in and allowed me to experience her. While she has the capacity to poison me and take me ...