Title: ‘Spring Yoga’, Illustration Art by Anna Heimkreiter (2021)
From the series: ‘Yoga through the Seasons’, a collection of 4 artwork on yogic wisdom and the cyclical nature of life
About the artwork: With this Spring Yoga Artwork, I wanted to create a calm, relaxing piece that captures the sweet essence of Spring. It is a season characterized by change, a perfect time to let go of emotions stored in the body and to make space for something new.
The playful, optimistic energy of spring always leaves me motivated to learn and expand. Just as much as it may feel good now to start new projects, you can use Spring time to integrate new things into your yoga practice.
Tree pose (Vrksanasana) helps us to find balance and inner peace. Especially if you’ve just been through a rough patch in life, soon after you may notice how new things start to blossom gently. As softly as the arrival of spring, a new beginning starts announcing itself, full of tenderness.
This is for everyone who feels ready to blossom, just like a tree in Spring – and I am sure you are.
Open Edition Fine Art Print:
Small – A4
Medium – A3
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Fine Art Print Quality:
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