Poetry has taken over. {Yoga Art}

Via The Global Yogini
on Nov 3, 2012
get elephant's newsletter

tulip skirt
Source: Johanna on Pinterest

Poetry has taken over my heart and soul, as I have been fully experiencing a complete revolution of inner creativity and power in my yoga journey


YouTube Preview Image


I woke up in the midst blue of the Mediterranean

meditated with the melodies of sunrises

and was charmed by its sunsets.


Wonderful beings came along

curious and receptive souls

     all charmed by yoga’s magic art.


The sun painted starfishes

crystal jellyfishes came closer

while the rocks and autumn’s flows safeguarded.


We shared days of true happiness

We nurtured our bodies

We reconnected with creative feelings

     and rediscovered ourselves in an island called Ibiza.




Editor: Bryonie Wise

Like elephant culture on Facebook.


About The Global Yogini

As a multi-faceted artist, Carolina Daza (The Global Yogini) travels the world sharing her Yoga Art in a creative way. Her inspiring yoga teachers are Linda Munro and Gérald Disse at Ashtanga Yoga Paris , where she completed her 500HR Yoga Alliance Teacher Training in Ashtanga Yoga. Carolina has a Master's in Contemporary Arts from Université Paris 8, as well as a Master’s of Arts and Food Culture at New York University. Carolina lived in a Bhakti Yoga Ashram under the guidance of Divya Alter, her Ayurvedic Teacher, in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She has embarked on various yoga/cooking teaching and training tours throughout Europe, including the Helsinki Yoga community with Kylli Kukk’s Joogakoulu Shanti; as well as living in Copenhagen, while staging in the kitchen of NOMA, one of the world’s top restaurants.


4 Responses to “Poetry has taken over. {Yoga Art}”

  1. What is your yoga story?

  2. The Temple says:

    Beautiful. Inspiring :)

  3. […] been writing since I was a teenager. Poetry, short stories, journal writing—it’s all helped me move through some very difficult times […]

  4. […] say a poem is always open for interpretation. There is truth to that. What I glean and what you experience are different, but a poem must have, […]

Leave a Reply