Did you know?
“The World Cup is the most prestigious association football tournament in the world, as well as the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world, exceeding even the Olympic games; the cumulative audience of all matches of the 2006 World Cup was estimated to be 26.29 billion with an estimated 715.1 million people watching the final match, a ninth of the entire population of the planet.”
And YES, there’s such practice as Yoga for Soccer Players. With their intense Yang practice, the antidote for “sustenance” and longevity – that is, injury prevention … is … the Yin-centric yoga practice to balance out the regimen. Happy to share !
I always loved Aslan of Narnia and this legendary statute reminds me of childhood reading such tales of wonder – at the entrance of Mitsukoshi Department store, Ginza, Tokyo.
It’s a perfect meetup place for shoppers just like Hachiko in Shibuya is to many in transit. It’s a rainy weekday morning before opening of Ginza stores … quiet for a change.Hoshino Morning Service – sigh of relief. Such a luxury to be served by an apron clad server so polite. Yes, Starbuck’s down the street. Same pricing – which is amazing. No tip to leave either … it’s a quiet respite time like this, I love Japan. Service level is like no other.
Not San Francisco’s Yoga Tree – a cozy space.
Judith would be happy to see this:) After all, I tribute her for spreading this practice to the depleted urbanites who need it most. Perfect for Vattas and Pittas among us.
Quietly observing the passerbys with no reaction … 7 year old Shiba:) He’s in his zen space. Yet he’s protecting his sanctuary and his master – the rice merchant with a small corner shop.
Reminisce and ruminate at 4am. Things you do when you have a jet lag…