I’ve worked for this.
I’ve earned this.
And no one is going to take this away from me.
Sitting waiting to board the plane back to Blighty and I have had the best time at GTC! I think this photo sums up the whole trip. I have laughed, I've been silly, I've cried and most importantly felt like the most authentic version of myself. Not afraid to have big ideas, not afraid to follow my dreams and not afraid to BE ME!!!! I am so so so grateful for this whole week and the people I have shared it with! #gratitude#beyourbestself#dream#workhardplayhard#inspire#motivation#joy
Some people just make your life more fun, more interesting, more exciting & more fulfilling.
I’m sure I’ll find those people sometime, but in the meantime I hang out with these two!!
The sun sets on another adventure of the three Stooges.
As always - we laughed, we cried, we worked our arses off but I wouldn’t miss it for the world.
#WIP of last drawing I’m adding to for the Shared Energies project I’m collaborating on with @mariadoering before I leave for my trip. Don’t forget to check out the link in my profile for available drawings for sale from this project! Proceeds will go directly into funding our upcoming residency this summer at the @i.c.c.a
Producing some Techno on this wonderful day in Michigan.
Visit my #beatport page!
Sombasso is my latest release with a hint of #Acid#Tribal & #techno
Why do we foam role? Is it important?
Under our skin we have a layer of wrapping holding everything together, this is called fascia. When our fascia gets tight everything squishes together, think of it like glad wrap around a sandwich. What happens when the glad wrap is too tight? It squishes the sandwich into a ball and it can’t move. This causes bad mobility in the body, foam rolling will loosen the fascia giving you a greater range of motion.
Foam rolling is definitely important. It gives a greater range of motion allowing for us to activate more muscle fibres which in turn allows more muscle growth and calories burnt. Rolling also assists with muscle recovery and also is used to get small knots out....