For some Yoga practitioners, the body is sacred and should not be defiled. For others, the skin is just a blank canvas, making it possible to display thoughts, texts, and deities that inspire and inform your practice.
These works, performed on shoulders, chest, arms and legs can be "hidden" during a work day, as is done by many. But when practicing yoga in many cases, the clothes are gone, and the tattoos are displayed.

THE New York Times He created a gallery with several tattooed yoga practitioners. Check it out below:

CAROL TESSITORE, 32


The peacock that covers the left side of Carol's back is a way of representing her personality, at times being displayed and also heated. Carol is a vinyasa practitioner who says her tattoo took more than 25 hours to make, costing over $ 2,000.

LULA TRAINOR, 28:


Trainor, who currently practices Anusara for his universal alignment principles was 19 when heacting of a lotus flower in your chest. She was attracted to the symbol as it is born in dirty waters and emerges in the light, which pleased her.

DAVID LIFE, 61


Tattoos mark a moment you want to remember. Life is co-founder of Jivamukti Yoga International School. Life got her tattoos in 4 stages, but claims to have stopped after they became mainstream.

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