Fazer ioga pelada é moda no Instagram – e as fotos são lindas

O movimento foi criado por uma fotógrafa a partir da hashtag #NYGyoga

Por Redação BOA FORMA Atualizado em 17 fev 2020, 15h03 - Publicado em 12 out 2017, 11h58

Já passou pela sua timeline alguma pessoa sem roupa numa postura incrível de ioga? É provável que ela tenha embarcado no movimento #NYGyoga, iniciado pela fotógrafa anônima @nude_yogagirl.

Com 680 mil seguidores, o perfil da modelo e ioguini é lotado de fotos lindas da modalidade, a maioria com pessoas nuas. E, segundo ela, a ideia não é dar conotação sexual à prática milenar. “Para mim, fazer ioga pelada é liberdade. Quando comecei, me fez ver meu corpo de um jeito muito mais positivo e amoroso”, disse @nude_yogagirl ao site americano SELF. “A ioga nos ensina a ouvir nossos corpos e o que eles podem fazer. Nossos corpos são mecanismos incríveis. E a ioga sem roupa torna essa experiência muito mais poderosa, porque é natural”, comentou.

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A fotógrafa está empolgada em ver tanta gente aderindo à hashtag. “Saber que as pessoas realmente tiram tempo para se conectar com elas mesmas e celebrar seus corpos únicos me faz feliz. Nós podemos nos ajudar e incentivar a amar quem somos”, declarou à publicação.

A seguir, confira alguns dos cliques de tirar o fôlego que estão bombando na rede social. Quem sabe você não se inspira a entrar nessa moda?

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"The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt by heart." ❤ -Helen Keller #NYGyoga

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"There is nothing, NOTHING, so brave as to allow yourself complete vulnerability. When we are stripped down bare of all the armor we thought we needed to carry, how high we can finally climb." —————————————————- It's been a while since I've done a #nakedyoga pose. There is something so vulnerable and powerful about this for me. It's always been hard for me to be naked and vulnerable. I have spent years building those walls high. I am constantly worried about being safe and protected. And I now I am learning to strip down, and feel that freedom.

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Raw. Stripped. Bare. This was how this move felt for me and I totally didn't expect it. I didn't realize how hard it would be to move to a new place with no resources. However, the kindness of people here and the beauty of the city is what drew me to this place and it came through in all those times I needed it most. I cried to 3 strangers in a park while we walked dogs and they listened until I was done. A yoga studio owner invited me in on a girl's night. My neighbours helped me carry boxes. The man who delivered my bed offered to take me on a city tour. Then last night I was offered a spot at a thanksgiving feast from a man who's lease I was meant to takeover but it fell through at the last minute. Canadians are known for being nice and wow, have I ever felt it here. This move is teaching me once again to soften, to trust, to accept and to appreciate everything and everyone around. Oh ya and deep breaths. Thank god for deep breaths. __________________________ Because our last one filled up so quickly, we opened up 2 yoga teacher trainings this winter: Costa Rica and El Salvador. Apply at @yogaacademyinternational or YogaAcademyInternational.com ❤️

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'Body confidence doesn't come from trying to achieve the 'perfect' body, it comes from embracing the one you've already got'.. I love how much #nygyoga is trending now! Plus i love how i made in to a @cosmopolitanuk article! #yoga #yogaeverydamday #yogalove #yogaeverydamdaily #nakedyoga #bodyconfidence #chairtwist

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The art of letting go 🌱 #NYGyoga

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This is it: the first nude yoga photo (that I know of) to be posted on Instagram. Ever. And it's of me, my photo. It was over 4 years ago. Many of you are sending me the recent article featured in @cosmopolitan about a certain yoga woman and how she's pioneering positive attitudes about women's bodies, self love and acceptance. I'm thrilled that she got so many accolades and is spreading empowerment about women. I don't like to boast or brag. So I quietly sit back and watch happenings around. I was also the one who started #handstand365 to bring playfulness into people's lives. It led to my first international tour where I taught handstands to thousands of people. Today over a quarter million of you have tagged #handstand365 and dozens of other yogagramers have copied my challenge. I don't care. This is about love. About community about collaboration. So to all of you who are sending me articles saying "you need to get featured by her" or "oh my god look who's pioneering nude yoga." I know. I was her predecessor. And I think she's great. A real artist. Years ago someone suggested I feature exclusively nude photos on my Instagram feed and I declined. I replied, "my Instagram is real. It's a look at my real life. It's about travel and yoga and love and empowerment and adventure. So I don't want to pigeonhole myself to just one style of photo. Besides then it wouldn't be honest for me." There's enough room out there for all of us. I'm fully updated on what's trending right now in this bonkers social media world. #truthisout P.S. I also wrote a piece on this that was published on @elephantjournal 3 years ago and it was very edited so I also posted the personal rendition in my blog. Link in bio.

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In this photo I feel more naked than in many others before. That's because I wanted to keep this photo as raw as possible. After my last color photo and your comments, I wanted to try to do photos in which you can see a more raw version of myself… even if it makes me feel vulnerable here. Before I thought I just created art. #NYGyoga

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@Regrann from @nude_yogagirl: I wasn't going to share this photo with you… Because I don't like it that much. What do you think? People are the hardest on themselves, we are our biggest critic so it's interesting to hear your opinion.❤😊 #NYGyoga

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D A I L Y _ Y O G A & M O R E ARTIST🔹@nude_yogagirl 🔹 "In order to love who you are, you cannot hate the experiences that shaped you." ❤ -Andrea Dykstra ❤️ CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR FEATURE!!!!! Please visit this gallery to see more! RULES FOR FEATURE 👇 Always tag #yogamastersindia Follow @yogamastersindia Photo must be your's . . . . . . . . . #yogaeverydamnday #boys #yoga #practice #lovehate #handstand #float #flying #flyinghigh #armbalance #handbalance #yogalife ##NYGyoga #yogi #lovelife #softstrength #yogalife #photoshoot #shoot #headstand #lovelife #boysyoga #yogateacher #acro #acroyoga #yogalifestyle #learnyoga #fitness #bodybuilding

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