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cultivating strength and discipline it is also about balancing those qualities with surrender, calmness, and hon- ouring one’s self - this is what being a Yoga warrior is all about.


Trikonasana is a wonderful pose to energize and enliven your whole being and re-connect you with your internal power. Triangle Pose clears your head, focuses your mind, strengthens the legs, opens the hips and energizes your whole body – in addition it is an amazing self-confidence booster.


Navasana is all about connecting to your inner core and power centre and enhancing your self-worth. Focus on engaging your stomach muscles as you begin to lift your legs up into a ‘v’ shape. This pose is one of the best for toning and strengthening the abdominal area.


All of these Yoga postures are a wonderful way to build concentration, enhance focus, create a firm foundation and strengthen ourselves from the inside out. They elevate one’s sense of power – once you are engaged in these Asanas you truly discover what it means to be empowered, to honour yourself, express who you are in the world and take your own power back. ■


Passionate about Yoga, health and happiness, Sharni Quinn has just spent 9 months travelling through India, Bali and Australia on her personal Yoga pilgrimage and do- ing Yoga for charity… her ‘Follow the Sun’ Journey.


Upon her return to Cape Town, South Africa, she now plans on sharing her inspiring moments through teaching Yoga, facilitating workshops, writing, sharing her experi- ences and spreading the sunshine


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