Poetry has taken over. {Yoga Art}

Via The Global Yogini
on Nov 3, 2012
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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



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

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About The Global Yogini

Carolina Daza is a multi-faceted artist and globe-trotter spreading her love for yoga and the arts in a uniquely creative way. She completed her 500HR Ashtanga Yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance) in Paris with Gérald Disse & Linda Munro at Ashtanga Yoga Paris and has been leading retreats for numerous years. Carolina has a Master's in Contemporary Arts from the Université Paris VIII and completed a second Master's of Arts at New York University (NYU). While her studies at NYU, she lived at the Bhakti Center prime ashram in the Lower East Side of Manhattan together with her teacher Divya Alter, founder of the Bhagavat Life. Carolina has studied with senior level Ashtanga Yoga teachers such as Chuck Miller, Ron Reid, David Garrigues and Kino MacGregor. Besides her artistic projects, she is also part of YALACollective.com a worldwide community of creative wellness, organizing Yoga journeys and workshops around the globe. Currently she is based in Medellín, Colombia.


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

  1. The Temple says:

    Beautiful. Inspiring 🙂

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