Yoga Master Post
For those that see all these cool yoga pictures online and are like, “I want to do that! But I have no idea where to even start,” this post is for you! This is a giant master post of yoga videos, guides, tutorials, tips and tricks for you to get started! Whether you’re doing yoga on your own at home, or plan on going to a studio, you can use this master post as a basic guide and reference.
For Beginner Yogis:
- The Basics for Yoga Newbies
- Yoga Journal 21 Day Challenge
- Yoga Beginner’s Guide
- Beginner Yoga Breakdown with Tara Stiles
- Yoga Routine for Beginner’s with Tara Stiles
- Basic Moves for Strength with Tara Stiles
- Basic Moves for Balance with Tara Stiles
- How-to: Downward Dog by Sara Beth
- How-to: Yoga Breath Control by Sara Beth
- Yoga for Flexibility
- Beginner’s Vinyasa Flow Class
- Gentle Flow Yoga Class
- Yoga Tips For Beginners
- Yoga Series for Beginners
For Intermediate Yogis:
- Intermediate Yoga for a Beach Bod
- Intermediate Crow Flow
- Intermediate Hatha Yoga Flow
- Heart-pumping Cardio Yoga Flow
- Intermediate Level Poses
- Intro to Arm Balances
- How-to: Crow and Crane
- Yoga For the Core
- How to: Wheel Pose
- How to: Camel Pose
For Advanced Yogis:
- 30 Minute Advanced Yoga Flow
- 45 Minute Advanced Yoga Flow
- Advanced Vinyasa Flow
- Hardcore Flow Routine by Tara Stiles
- How-to: Perching and Flying Pigeon
- How to: Fallen Angel
- Forearm Stand to Scorpion Pose
- Yoga for Scorpion Pose
- 6 Steps to Perfecting a Handstand
- Perfecting Arm Balances
- Side Crow to Fallen Angel
- 8 Angle Pose
- in English, Spanish and Dutch there is only one form of word “two” (two, dos, twee)
- in Portuguese - two form (dois/duas)
- in Croatian - seven different forms (dva, dvije, dvoje, dvojica, dvojice, dvojici, dvojicu)
- and in Polish there are SEVENTEEN forms of that word (dwa, dwie, dwoje, dwóch (or dwu), dwaj, dwiema, dwoma (or dwóm), dwoma, dwojga, dwojgu, dwojgiem, dwójka, dwójki, dwójkę, dwójką, dwójce, dwójko)
This beautiful infographic is from the webcomic Stand Still Stay Silent. It’s a dystopian adventure story that is funny and magical and simply magnificent. I mean, look at this thing! I don’t know which is better, the art or the writing. Also, follow it on tumblr: sssscomic.
RU- Verbs of motion!
Every learner of the Russian language will be confronted to the verbs of motion at some point, and it’s not the easiest part. This ppt isn’t going to be a full course about these, because I’m only a beginner myself, so I wouldn’t be able to explain everything clearly and accurately just yet.
So here I tried to make neat tables to learn them more easily! But first, I advise you watch these great YouTube videos I found about verbs of motion, and prefixes of motion verbs:
So yeah, my ppt is:
- Non prefixed motion verbs
- Prefixes (3 detailed slides + 1 summary)
- Prefixed motion verbs (through 1 example: ходить)
- Derived nouns from ходить and its prefixed counterparts
I hope that helps people, and if there is anything to be corrected please tell me asap!!!
This is so cool to see!
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The whole compiled list of useful links. More is to come! Follow today!
lovelycharts.com – create flowcharts, network diagrams, sitemaps, etc.
e.ggtimer.com – a simple online timer for your daily needs.
coralcdn.org – if a site is down due to heavy traffic, try accessing it through coral CDN.
random.org – pick random numbers, flip coins, and more.
google.com/webfonts – a good collection of open source fonts.
homestyler.com – design from scratch or re-model your home in 3d.
join.me – share you screen with anyone over the web.
wetransfer.com – for sharing really big files online.
hundredzeros.com – the site lets you download free Kindle books.
polishmywriting.com – check your writing for spelling or grammatical errors.
marker.to – easily highlight the important parts of a web page for sharing.
whichdateworks.com – planning an event? find a date that works for all.
everytimezone.com – a less confusing view of the world time zones.
gtmetrix.com – the perfect tool for measuring your site performance online.
noteflight.com – print music sheets, write your own music online (review).
imo.im – chat with your buddies on Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, etc. from one place.
translate.google.com – translate web pages, PDFs and Office documents.
kleki.com – create paintings and sketches with a wide variety of brushes.
similarsites.com – discover new sites that are similar to what you like already.
wordle.net – quick summarize long pieces of text with tag clouds.
bubbl.us – create mind-maps, brainstorm ideas in the browser.
kuler.adobe.com – get color ideas, also extract colors from photographs.
ge.tt – qiuckly send a file to someone, they can even preview it before downloading.
tinychat.com – setup a private chat room in micro-seconds.
privnote.com – create text notes that will self-destruct after being read.
draw.io – create diagrams and flowcharts in the browser, export your drawings to Google Drive and Dropbox.
downforeveryoneorjustme.com – find if your favorite website is offline or not?
urbandictionary.com – find definitions of slangs and informal words.
scribblemaps.com – create custom Google Maps easily.
formspring.me – you can ask or answer personal questions here.
sumopaint.com – an excellent layer-based online image editor.
snopes.com – find if that email offer you received is real or just another scam.
typingweb.com – master touch-typing with these practice sessions.
mailvu.com – send video emails to anyone using your web cam.
timerime.com – create timelines with audio, video and images.
stupeflix.com – make a movie out of your images, audio and video clips.safeweb.norton.com – check the trust level of any website.
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literally: The devil always shits on the largest parcel / pile of poop.
Money goes to money. Money makes money.(via thatswhywelovegermany)
Here are some old German TV shows for children/teenagers. You can find most episodes on Youtube.
- Die Pfefferkörner: detective show, set in Hamburg
- Schloss Einstein: a soap about kids in a boarding school which has been running for years now (there are more than 800 episodes)
- Mama Ist Unmöglich: show about a mother, her two daughters and her father
- Die Kinder Vom Alstertal: kids and teenagers on a farm
- Ein Fall Für TKKG: detective show (based on a very popular book series that I really liked btw)
- Berlin, Berlin: about the life of a young woman (Lolle) after she graduated from highschool
If you are looking for a particular episode, add “Folge [number]” to the show title and you should be able to find it most of the time.
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DIY Medieval Dresses from Medieval Wedding Dresses. The above photos are of the "bliaut", which “is a rich, full overgown made of fine silk, laced tight down the sides of the body, with long, hanging sleeves.” The navigation on this site isn’t great and if you click on a link within a post it may show up as a 404 error. If you stick to the sidebar you are fine and the links work. The dresses on this site are:
- Baid Kirtle and Gown. “The kirtle, the basic medieval dress, is cut in rectangles, and has long straight sleeves. It’s often worn with a fancier overtunic.”
- Bliaut. "The bliaut is a rich, full overgown made of fine silk, laced tight down the sides of the body, with long, hanging sleeves."
- Cotehardie. “The cotehardie is another figure-hugging gown, this time with tight sleeves and a buttoned or laced front.”
- Houppelande. “The houpplelande is a later gown, long and full and worn belted above the waist. “
- Sideless surcoat. “The sideless surcoat is cut away at the sides to reveal a tighly-fitted undergown, and often shows heraldic colours.”
- Underwear. “A simple linen shift for women and a shirt for men.”
Arm Knitting 30 Minutes Infinity Scarf
DIY Tutorial—-» http://alldaychic.com/arm-knitting-30-minutes-infinity-scarf-diy/
I love this idea!