Inspiration for your internal ambiance
Welcome! While it is a main focus of Inspirational Ambiance to provide beautiful and unique external physical wellness spaces, we also understand the importance of internal wellness. This blog is meant to bring you sources of inspiration, peace and joy so that your beautiful internal state, mentally and emotionally, can be reflected in your external surroundings.
Have you ever felt like everything had to be perfect? That you had to be perfect, perform perfect or have a perfect life that you see others living on social media? Well I’m here to tell you that you do NOT need to be perfect. Please give yourself the permission to be human. Perfect is surfacy, but messy is real and substantial. As humans we are going to make mistakes, we are meant to.
All over the Earth, there are pockets of paradise just waiting for us to discover. Waterfalls, beaches, mountain ranges, deserts, African plains begging to be explored and appreciated. Just recently, I journeyed to Bali and experienced some of these incredible slices of heaven, and brought back footage to incorporate into Inspirational Ambiance. Imagine crystal clear waters, the smell of fragipan flowers or locally brewed coffee, lush green trees everywhere, hidden waterfalls relaxing spa treatments,.
The sound of a gentle stream flowing.. What is more soothing than the sound of water? A trickling stream or a flowing waterfall just seems to wash away all cares and worries, leaving you feeling fresh and new. It’s as if we touch freedom for a moment. I recently visited Deer Park Monastery in Escondido, CA. It’s a Buddhist monastery that is open to the public on Sundays for anyone to enjoy the peace,.
A long time ago I remember reading the starfish story for the first time. If you haven’t read it yet, it’ll take you one minute, here it is: “Once upon a time, there was an old man who used to go to the ocean to do his writing. He had a habit of walking on the beach every morning before he began his work. Early one morning, he was walking along the shore after.
Sleep deprivation costs the US $411 billion in annual economic losses, with a third of the US adult population getting less than the recommended 7 hours of sleep per night. Some companies are getting savvy to addressing this issue in the workplace by providing employees quiet spaces where they can go to relax and reboot. In the below article in the LA Times, it shows how some companies like Google have been offering napping.
What makes life happy and fulfilling? It is a huge question, with different answers depending on the person. However, research has turned to 5 places in the world where people are living the longest to find out what their lifestyle and environment looks like. These places are called Blue Zones and they are: Barbagia region of Sardinia Ikaria, Greece Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica Loma Linda, California. Okinawa, Japan In a great article by Dan.
If you were to take a moment to look around you, what would you see? If you are at home, do you see clothes lying around, cluttered shelves or dirty dishes? Or maybe things are tidy, clean kept and neat. What does your desk at work look like? Is it crowded with pens and papers, sticky notes with your to-do lists, and coffee mugs with cold coffee from this morning? Or is it well.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth and this year’s LA YOGA EXPO in #Pasadena on 1.1.18! — 📸 We had such a blast connecting with you and watching everyone have fun snapping photos in front of our wellness theme! 🌸 — If you signed up at the @yogaexpoworld booth, don’t forget to use your special #discount when booking a #wellnesstheme! — #Inspirationalambiance #yogaexpo #strikeapose #fun #enjoy #latergram #yogaconvention #relax #inhaleexhale.
There are certain moments in life that are just infused with excitement. I’ve felt it before, and maybe you have to, in those few seconds before a first kiss, in the moments just before stepping onstage, or maybe as a kid on Christmas Eve waiting to open presents. Right in this moment my heart is feeling so warm and full. Why? Because tomorrow is the big Yoga Expo in LA in which I will.