The lights of Pont Alexandre III (bridge) reflecting off the river Seine at night, a beautiful sight to see in Paris, France. Merci @michelle_unnata #paris #parisfrance #riverseine #pontalexandreiii #unnata #unnatayoga #unnataaerialyoga...
Colorful street corner in the Le Marais district of Paris. We had a wonderful dinner in Le Marais, then walked through these totally cute streets down to Ile Saint-Louis, and Ile de La Cite. @michelle_unnata
#lemarais #lemaraisparis #parisfrance #paris #parisatnight #jetaimeparis...
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Our return flight from Madrid was delayed connecting through Paris, and we missed the last flight home. So we have to stay in Paris for one day now, and will just have to suck it up.
￼￼Our plan is to see the Eiffel Tower, then walking along the Seine, and then to Le Marais for dinner! @michelle_unnata
#paris #parisfrance #parissurprise #eiffeltower #michelle_unnata #unnataaerialyoga #unnatayoga #airfrance...
Wow! Muchas gracias and congratulations to these wonderful Unnata Yoga teachers! Thank you for coming to this level 2 Unnata teacher training in Ciudad Real, Spain.
It was exactly 10 years ago to the day, that we came to Montse Lominchar’s Yoga Sadhana here in Ciudad Real for the first time. That first training here back in 2011 spawned many wonderful relationships, and began much of the spread of the Unnata Method here in Europe.
This current trip also marks the first international training that Michelle Dortignac has presented since the beginning of COVID.
Pictured at top is the class photo taken today*, and below that, the photo of the teacher training students from back in 2011. (*Masks removed momentarily for photo.)
Extra special thanks to Montse Lominchar and Alvaro Soldevila Ribelles for their continued support of Unnata Aerial Yoga, and for opening their home to Michelle and me. @michelle_unnata @unnataaerialyoga @unnatayoga @yogasadhana_es
#unnataaerialyoga #unnatayoga #aerialyogateachertraining #ciudadreal #yogasadhana #yoga #spain...
A walk around Ciudad Real, Spain. Ciudad Real officially became a city in the year 1420, and had only about 2000 inhabitants. Today the city is still relatively small, with a population of only about 75,000. W/ @michelle_unnata #ciudadreal #spain #unnataaerialyoga #unnatayoga #sunnyspain #lamancha...
@michelle_unnata and I are super excited to be at Yoga Sadhana in Ciudad Real, Spain! Michelle is leading a level 2 course of her Unnata Teacher Training here at the studio of Montse Lominchar. #unnataaerialyoga #unnatayoga #yogasadhana #ciudadreal #yogainspain...
Fast train from Madrid to Ciudad Real. Spain’s Renfe train topped out at 160mph today — not quite as fast as Japan’s Shinkansen, but this train made the 120 mile trip from Madrid to Ciudad Real in 50 minutes. W/ @michelle_unnata #renfe #avant #spain #thetraininspain #ciudadreal #unnatayoga #unnataaerialyoga...
Oh, big ol' jet airliner
Don't carry me too far away
Oh, big ol' jet airliner
'Cause it's here that I've got to stay.
. #767300 #deltaairlines #madrid #ciudadreal #unnataaerialyoga #unnatayoga #stevemillerband...
March 11, 2002. This image of the Tribute in Light along with the ghosted Twin Towers, is a composite that I made from two images taken across the Hudson River, in Harborside, NJ.
The main image with the skyline and the lights was taken on March 11, 2002, which was the six month anniversary of the attack, and was the very first night of the Tribute in Light spotlights. Using Photoshop, I grafted a previous picture of the WTC Towers back into the exact spot where they had been, and gave them a faded ghostly appearance. This was my way of memorializing the World Trade Center buildings and the lives lost.