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Welcome to The Worthy Lotus

 

We are here to serve you. Healing through yoga is possible. THE WORTHY LOTUS  (TWL) is the next generation of personal wellness. Created for a diverse audience of enthusiasts who wish to use yoga as a tool of empowerment to add value to their health and wellness with knowledge, coaching and self-discipline.

We will work with you to develop a customized program for your individual needs.   Emotional and  physical healing practices are designed for your unique experience.  Click on the Yoga private page for more information.

TWL uses yoga as a healing tool to promote wellness of mind body and spirit. Take a moment and browse our site. As you navigate the pages, inhale and exhale deeply. We look forward to working with you on your life journey!

We know for sure that our bodies are designed to fully thrive.  We have the ability to impact our vitality with ways that include proper nutrition, body movement, mindful activities, emotional and mental well being.

“Be as flexible as nature.  Your body is a physical expression of your belief about the world.”

Kemiko

The Worthy Lotus In the News

Click on the link below, to check out our exclusive interview with Douglasville CitiTV.  September is National Yoga Month.  Listen as Kemiko helps educate the public about the wonderful benefits of yoga!

Note: It’s the 2nd segment, starting @ 13:20.  Simply slide the timer bar horizontally to start.

The Lotus Flower

The lotus flower is a truly unique and amazing sign of nature. This flower actually grows in muddy waters and then it will rise to the surface. Once doing so, it then blooms with spectacular beauty and grace. In the fashion of one of nature’s miracle, this amazing flower will sink below the surface with each nightfall.

When the sun rises, the flower will reappear with all its amazing color intact. Representing health, honor, long life and good luck, this flower is ever so popular. There are many varieties of the lotus flower. The Eastern lotus is known as a symbol of spirituality. The Egyptian lotus flower represents the sun, rebirth and creation.

In addition, the Christian lotus is referred to as the flower of the white lily and represents purity. The Indian lotus gives meaning to wealth, knowledge and enlightenment. The lotus can be used as a flower of choice in weddings, as it has so many representations, all worthy of such a joyous event.

Believe it or not, the flowers, seeds and leaves are actually edible and are used in some countries as garnished to food dishes. In Asia, for example, the lotus pedals are used for the garnish and the leaves are used as food wraps. In China, parts of the lotus flower are used as ingredients in soups. The lotus is truly a remarkable flower.

 

source: http://flowersforum.com