Yoga is a practice that aims to help people link their minds and bodies. And, in this situation, technology has aided in the deep connection between a mother and her daughter that can only be shown through photos. Laura and her mini-me have used their passion of yoga to not only achieve the most difficult positions, but also to build their friendship.
We've gathered proof of why this yoga mom and her daughter's relationship is so amazing, and it'll make you want to grab your mat and try it out with your kids.
How it all began
Laura Kasperzak is a yoga instructor, fitness trainer, dancer, and mother who began posting images of her profession and, most importantly, yoga to her Instagram account in 2012 as a personal diary. Slowly but steadily, she drew the attention of tens of thousands of people on Instagram, including her daughter, Jayden. She grew interested in her mother's training as soon as she saw it and wanted to be a part of her daily activities.
They were taken aback when she began to replicate her mother's poses.
Jayden learned at the age of four that she enjoyed imitating her mother's actions. Laura, for one, recognized her daughter's abilities and realized that yoga might be more than just a solo exercise for her, but something she could do with her daughter. This is how she chose to share the progress of her unique friendship with the world through unique images of them performing yoga together.
Before and after photos
They enjoy surprising their followers with before and after photographs that demonstrate their versatility. This endearing ritual, however, signifies more to them than just a comparison photograph. It's all about them telling their story.
"Now the nicest part is that I get to observe my mini's development as well." These photos were captured over a two-year period! @minilaurasykora has matured in a variety of ways!"
What yoga really entails
There isn't a single position that this legendary tandem hasn't tried before, from the traditional handstand to the flying bow. Yoga, like any other practice, necessitates dedication and persistence. However, it is a shared passion for Laura and her daughter, and all you have to do is look at their smiles in images to see how much they enjoy it and make it look so simple.
The bond between a mother and her daughter is captured in photographs.
We feel that the peculiar link we discuss in this article cannot be adequately described in words. As a result, we're going to show you some photos that tell their own stories.
It's all about having a good time.
When they first began practicing, it was always with the intention of spending more time together. Laura tells other moms that the key to include your children is to start from the beginning and only discuss what you're doing if they're interested. Don't expect or push anything; simply enjoy yourself!
Believing in the process
Daughter enjoys teaching her mom's
Jayden enjoys putting her mother to the test every now and then, alternating positions as teacher and student. Laura claims her little always gets her into trouble while trying to hold balance positions, proving that you're never too young to instruct an experienced yoga trainer. However, the end result is always a hilarious experience worth trying.
Mastering the most difficult postures
Always making it look easier than it is
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