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The street artist of fitness uses a tripod to capture the perfect shots of her in unusual locations, which generally feature her upside down, showing off her extreme flexibility.
Also known for coining the hashtag, #yogaoffthemat, she has gained over 6,000 followers, all who are eager to implement her unique exercise into their own lives. According to We Are Draze, Ticha said, "For me, yoga doesn't only happen on the mat; it also happens on my way to the university, on my plate, or at work. I spend the majority of my day off the mat but I carry yoga with me everywhere I go. Yoga is fun, individual, and limitless, and you can benefit from it at any stage of your life and in every situation."
See more photos of the yogi in action below:
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'Yoga off the mat' Instagram star swaps the studio for the streets
Have a good run guys!👋🏼 Running is something I was never really good at but always kind of liked. And because i like to set myself crazy goals, last year I decided to run a half marathon. It was definitely one of the most physically and mentally challenging moments, but eventually I made it to the end (yay). Go and pick yourself some crazy goal, push the limits, and make yourself proud. If you think you can't, you actually can.
Vienna! Teaching pay-what-you-can YOGA class this Wednesday evening! The theme is HAPPY HAMSTRINGS-> if you ever wanted to touch your toes now is the right time. Message me if you're coming! Cap is 10 people.
Ps: yes you can still pay in mangoes and avocados
Vienna!!! I have a few free spots in my Wednesday evening (18:00-19:30) yoga class. There will be a solid mix of socially acceptable music and only few angsty indie ballads. Life is about balance! Pay what you can (I also accept avocados and mangoes). Message me if you're coming and I will send you the details🙋🏼
Discovering new antiques shops or flea markets never fails to excite me📚🙆🏼
Sun is awesome but rainy days are charming☔️
I really enjoy the process of meeting the asana for the first time and being all like what the hell is that, practicing it endlessly and still being kinda unsure of what I'm doing and finally being able to sink into it and genuinely enjoy it. Last weekend has transformed my relationship with inversions. I'm happy to have met so many great teachers. @hiekimyoga @inside_yoga @alexeyyoga
Oh hey, let's stretch 👋🏼 So I decided to start the weekend already today- some sweet mellow yoga, evening brunch and reading one of the books you recommended me. Anybody in the same mood?😴📷 @alica.ticha