Nude Yoga Girl Has A Small Army Of Followers (Both Males And Females) Now Posting Photos Of Themselves Naked (NSFW)

Known only as Nude Yoga Girl, she has been sharing images of her naked and doing yoga on Instagram since 2015.  Her message is one of accepting your body as is and that yoga is for everyone no matter what you look like.

These images are generally of Nude Yoga Girl doing a challenging yoga pose and shot at just the right angle as to not be too revealing.

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One thing makes me very sad… Always when I see negative comments on the internet (in general) but especially when I see negative comments about how someone looks. In the social media era this body shaming is quite common but it's sometimes more than enough to get one negative comment at a sensitive time. ❤ Most people and especially girls and women have a distorted body image. If our self-image is negative, we might be so ashamed off our own body that we isolate ourselves. We give up on things we would like to do. That really is a serious problem… On social media people don't always see the person behind the pictures and it's easier to leave somekind of offensive comment. I just wish that we would have more empathy to think how that makes someone feel. ❤ There is always going to be someone bullying others so we need a community who supports and encourages each other. Giving compliments when thinking about something nice, sending hugs and love. I'm so happy that I feel I've found that kind of worldwide community, an increasing group of lovely people who inspire and support each other. ❤ We need at least 10 positive comments to eliminate one negative. So let's make a strong positive impact to be the ones who eliminate all the surrounding negativity. ❤️ #NYGyoga

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With a positive body message, and artistic shots she has managed to amass more than 670,000 followers on Instagram.  She’s been encouraging her legions of followers to post nude images of themselves doing yoga poses.  And they’re listening.

Nude Yoga Girl recently explained the powerful message about posting naked images of yourself while doing yoga.

“It’s much more than just the actual photo,” she writes. “I think about it as an experience to really connect with your body, be there with it in a natural way. It’s the positive experience, photo and caption together.”

Nude Yoga Girl writes “There are many beautiful people in this world. Never forget you are one of them.”

Here are some more images of her social media followers posing nude while doing yoga.

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"Yeah, I'd rather be a lover than a fighter 'Cause all my life, I've been fighting Never felt a feeling of comfort All this time, I've been hiding And I never had someone to call my own I'm so used to sharing Love only left me alone But I'm at one with the silence I found peace in your violence Can't show me there's no point in trying I'm at one, and I've been quiet for too long I'm in need of a savoir, but I'm not asking for favors My whole life, I've felt like a burden I think too much, and I hate it I'm so used to being in the wrong, I'm tired of caring Loving never gave me a home, so I'll sit here in the silence I'm at one, and I've been silent for too long" -(Silence by Marshmello ft. Khalid) ♡♡♡ #nakedyogaartist #loveconquersall

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Je suis heureux d'avoir pu apporter ma pierre à l'édifice de ce beau projet de @nude_yogagirl. Apprenez à vous accepter, à vous aimer. Personne ne pourra le faire à votre place de cette manière. N'ayez pas peur, tentez l'expérience. Aimez-vous. 🙏 #Repost @nude_yogagirl (@get_repost) ・・・ #NYGyoga (24h) If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies, how different our ideals of beauty would be. ❤ 1. @baptiste_a_ 2. She preferred to stay anonymous. ❤ 3. @indigo.vi 4. @yogi_nudity ❤ @babtiste_a_ "I really love your project, it forced me to change my vision of my own body (wa are always so tough with ourselves …). I'm unfortunately not confident enough to post the different pictures on my page so I'm sharing it with you here. Sending you all my respect for your work". (permission asked) ❤ I want to encourage ALL body forms and shapes (you!) to share your nude yoga photos with me. Use #NYGyoga / @ Tag me or send a DM! 😊

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• HIDDEN • *************************************** Joining #StripDownAsanas3 today with a standing pose for the beautiful hosts @dwinnerxfit • @sultryabyss • @rhyannazwatson • @yogibabecakes • @yogachia • @bohemian_treasure ! I‘v my eye on this for a time … and now it’s the right moment ! *************************************** It's #NoPantzFriday with the lovelies @clarissa_mae_ & @benditlikebay … ✌🏻 *************************************** HaPPy #FridayArtAsana for the amazing @fumi_soul … ✌🏻 *************************************** #NYGyoga , #yoga , #bikiniyoga , #crazysexyyoga , #bodypoetry , #yogagrace , #openyourheart , #nudeyoga , #yogaisart , #abstractyoga , #yogaart , #artyoga , #artyourself , #makingshapes , #yogashapes , #balance , #standingpose , #forwardfold , #uttanasana , #beagoddess , #instayogachallenge , #myyogajourney , #yogainspiration , #yogaphotography , #ShivaShaktiShapes

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Hello beautiful souls,
“This is my body. Real, raw and nude. The same way I arrived, just 28 years later.
Somewhere along the way I learned to cover up this magical creation because the women’s body is a sexual imprint and something we should hide rather than express, but I have always felt more comfort unclothed.” Instagram follower

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Hello beautiful souls, This is my body. Real, raw and nude. The same way I arrived, just 28 years later. Somewhere along the way I learned to cover up this magical creation because the women's body is a sexual imprint and something we should hide rather than express, but I have always felt more comfort unclothed. I sleep in the nude. I stay nude after bathing and am very familiar with every inch of this skin and it's power in speaking to me. This body of mine has many flaws. Some that have haunted me throughout my life and instilled thoughts of 'they are better than you/you'll never be good enough' but recently I have found those thoughts no longer linger and also, my flaws I was hiding behind have slowly faded. Yoga helped me find myself within and after practicing consistently for 6 years, I feel each year I overcame something that at some point in time helped me grow tremendously. •The first year was the death of my guardian. The only guide in my life suddenly gone and I no longer had a father figure in my life. •The second year was finding my meaning outside of Motherhood. Although being a Mother is the greatest blessing, my identity became irrelevant. •The third year was ending an extremely unhealthy marriage. A controlling, manipulating very dependent soul who looked to me for his own happiness. •The fourth year was embarking on life for the first time on my own. Getting my own place, working a full time job, finding my balance in the world. •The fifth year was the struggle. I was taken advantage of in so many situations because I trusted other souls instead of the universe. •The sixth year, well this is now. My present moment and I've finally overcome my own fear of the flaws on this body because they do not dictate who I am, they are proof of who I've become and I'm done hiding for the sake of others comfort. I know my path and I intend on following it open heartedly, with knights standing beside my gates ready to take on any hatred, hurt, jealous, envy, gossip or pain brought upon me by other beings. Just know, that those thoughts are a reflection of you and only LOVE lives here❤️ Inspired by @nude_yogagirl #NYGyoga #bodypositivity #nudeyoga

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“The focus of “Look what pregnancy did to my body!” is such a devastating disservice that distracts us from our power as creators.
Look what my body did.
Look what formed inside my womb.
I am the portal between realms.
I am all powerful.
I am not defined by extra weight or squishy body.
I am the definition of God.
Nothing will distract me from how beautiful and powerful I am.” Instagram follower

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"The focus of "Look what pregnancy did to my body!" is such a devastating disservice that distracts us from our power as creators. Look what my body did. Look what formed inside my womb. I am the portal between realms. I am all powerful. I am not defined by extra weight or squishy body. I am the definition of God. Nothing will distract me from how beautiful and powerful I am." – Amethyst Joy . . . . #yoga #31weekspregnant #innerbeauty #nakedyoga #acceptance #befree #yogagirl #tattooedgirl #yogaeverydamnday #benddontbreak #nude #bodypositivity #yogalife #yogaeverywhere #loveyourself #naturallife #inspiration #loveandalliscoming #bendy #beautiful #NYGyoga #healthy #pure #getoutside #naturelover #nature #tattoo #goddess #beagoddess #namaste

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Thanks for being such a great part of this challenge! @nacktyoginerd ・・・ If nature offers no home, then we must make a home one way or another. The only question is how. – John Burnside ❄️ Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…alright maybe a but early for that song as we haven't had Halloween just yet but indeed this is the reason why I was so locked up yesterday…SNOWFALL in Denver! Thus what's a yogi to do but strip down and practice his favorite heart opener for day one of Strip Down Asanas 3. ❄️ #StripDownAsanas3 #stripdownasanas #stripdownsundays #selflove #yogafun #freespirit #gypsysoul #nakedyoga #bodyartwork #nudeyogaart #nudeyoga #selflovewarrior #bodypositive #NYGyoga #loveyourbody #wildandfree #freelikeme

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