Le yoga nu, nouvelle tendance bien-être pour accepter son corps et se sentir libre

L'instagrameuse Nude Yoga Girl en pleine posture
Le yoga nu, nouvelle tendance bien-être pour accepter son corps et se sentir libre
Par Mathieu Doutreligne publié le
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Pratiquer le yoga totalement nu. Voilà la dernière tendance bien-être en vogue sur les réseaux sociaux, en particulier sur Instagram. Une pratique de “body positive” dont l’objectif est de mieux accepter son corps.

Le yoga nu est la nouvelle tendance dont tout le monde parle sur Instagram. Des clichés de jeune fille nue sur internet ? Mais encore ? On trouve de tout et souvent n’importe quoi sur les réseaux sociaux, surtout lorsqu’on parle “beauté bien-être”. Certains sont d’ailleurs très ingénieux (ou pas) pour faire parler d’eux. Alors… le yoga nu est-il une mode passagère ou un réel mouvement pour reconquérir sa paix intérieure ?

CLe yoga nu est une tendance “body positive” lancée et médiatisée par l’instagrameuse Nude Yoga Girl. Photographe et mannequin, cette jeune femme au physique longiligne s’expose en posture de yoga dans son plus simple appareil. Elle est grande, blonde, belle. Les postures sont maîtrisées, les photos ressemblent à des oeuvres d’art, le concept plaît déjà à plus de 700.000 personnes. Des followers qui s’intéressent à la qualité des photos et au message véhiculé. À la suite de quoi s’est créé le hashtag #NYGyoga pour recenser les clichés toujours plus nombreux des nouveaux adeptes.

Accepter son corps et le trouver beau

Selon l’ambassadrice, l’avantage principal du yoga nu est d’inciter les pratiquants à s’accepter tels qu’ils sont. Au magazine américain The Cut, elle explique : “Grâce à ce compte, je veux inviter les gens à se rendre compte que leur corps est beau et qu’il est capable de faire des choses incroyables.”

Le yoga m’a appris que le plus important est ce que je ressens et non ce à quoi je ressemble. NYG

La jeune femme de 25 ans, qui souhaite rester anonyme, avoue suivre un régime strict à partir d’aliments sains qui lui permettent de s’accepter (en plus de la pratique quotidienne du yoga). “Le yoga m’a appris que le plus important est ce que je ressens et non ce à quoi je ressemble.” Elle avoue également que la nudité lui procure un sentiment intense de liberté. À vous de juger.

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Which one is your favorite 1-2????? I get asked all the time about how much do you have to practice yoga or stretch to be as flexible as I am. It's individual, we all are unique... Some people are naturally more flexible than others and some body parts can be very flexible and some not.???? I've liked stretching since a young age! I've photos of myself doing splits at the age of 4. Stretching is something that has never felt too uncomfortable for me, but the opposite. Although I still have some body parts that are much more flexible than others and usually we love to stretch more our flexible areas. ???? So to clarify, I can't say what amount of yoga helped me reach this point because I have stretched quite a lot during my whole life. Not just for fun but with determination too. And also before I found yoga. ???? Nowadays, at 30 years old, I think I try more or less to mainitain my flexibility and focus on strenght and correct lines. I don't push my limits anymore like I did when I was younger. If you want to improve your flexibility, I recommend to do yoga for sure but also add some stretching into daily rutines you love - like if you are watchig tv, reading books, listening to podcasts or music... Do some stretching at the same time! Those days when I don't practice yoga, it's easy to stretch at least 10-15 minutes like that. It feels good and you will see the differences quite quickly if you turn it into a little daily routine. ???? My digital magazine —> @nudamag

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MY FOOD PHILOSOPHY (part 1) I was 17 when I started to lose weight for the first time. My modeling agency told me that I needed to lose weight as quickly as possible. I was supposed to start working abroad in 10 days and my measurements weren't good enough for them. I googled how to do it and I started a super crazy diet in which I didin't eat much at all. I followed the quide so strictly that even one additional grape was too much. I lost weight but it came back later and my metabolism was a total mess. For the next 8 years I was looking for the right way to eat! I've tried all different kind of diets. Dozens I would say. I was never overweight at all but it felt like I was trying to loose my weight continuously. I thought about food all the time and it dominated my life. The good thing is that I read and educated myself very much on nutrition, healthy food and diets. And I've found a great way to eat which is relaxed, flexible, fun, easy but nutrition rich and healthy. I never thought it would be possible. So how do I eat now?! ???? I will do a few different captions because I could talk about this endlessly! ???? But I wanted to say that we all are unique and you know best what is good for you. But please, don't be too absolute. I don't believe in strict diets at all (anymore). I believe in delicious, nutrition rich and normal food. Balance... Then it's impossible to ruin your diet because there isn't one. ????❤️

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Your body - Your rules.❤️ @nudamag

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