New Bing Soo spot and cafe in Burnaby! @snowangelcafe has a cute interior and big portions. The ingredients in their Bing Soo are very unique compared to other spots and the shaved ice is actually shaved ice milk! 🍧
We got the Tropical Dream Bing Soo which had granola, toasted coconut, fresh mango and house made sorbet. Very refreshing on a warm summer day ☀️
📍@snowangelcafe - Burnaby, BC
Flavours: Tropical Dream Bing Soo
#vancouver#bingsu#icecream #🍦 #vancouverfoodie#vancouvericecream
Digital art work by my daughter @thatcoldfeeling
Swipe 👉to see more art and her poetry slam @gruntgallery 🙌
Last year in grade 11 Sienna took grade 12 law classes as well as studied Forensic science joined a group love (leave out violence) and just came back from camping a week in Montreal with a group from the school board SACY.✨ September 14 my daughter ♦️Sienna Ruby-Lu will be 17 years old!
Looking forward to more adventures with this vibrant creative mind ❤️ wish you well in grade 12! #proudmum#vancouverisawesome#digitalart#poetryslam
Hi, we’re Mark Mizgala Creative. We do art direction, print and web design and branding for local businesses and agencies. Mark Mizgala has over twenty years of experience at top Canadian agencies, including Rethink, 123w, TAXI, Cossette and DDB. He has won numerous international awards for creative excellence, including The New York One Show, Clio Awards and Cannes.
We believe a good concept works as a rough sketch, so we won't try to dazzle you with slick layouts. The magic happens when we move forward together with a direction. We also favour art direction over art decoration: every design, even the simplest logo, should have a strong idea or concept. Let’s grab a coffee, discuss your business and work together to accelerate your brand. #vancouver#yvr#eastvancouver#localbusiness#local#advertising#designer#branding#canada#artdirection#vancouverisawesome
Back at South Terminal but made an important stop on the way - did you know we have one of the top 25 chocolatiers in the world right here in our backyard?! That white peach chocolate iced tea will be waiting in the fridge when I get home. 😋
Pure joy : a weekend with one of my dearest friends in Vancouver.
Dancing, rosé, no make up, no plans. And talk, talk, talk, planning the future at the same time as hoping the summer will never end. @lifeoftina3 💛
The return!! This Saturday at @luppolo_brewing we will be coming in hot with our full Big Day spread and @go_grhys_lightning has been itching to go on Some full size Beef Ribs!! We will have a super limited quantity of them so usual DM for Pre Order rules apply!! It’s gonna be a Big Day!
Yet it isn't the gold that I'm wanting
So much as just finding the gold.
It's the great, big, broad land 'way up yonder,
It's the forests where silence has lease;
It's the beauty that thrills me with wonder,
It's the stillness that fills me with peace.
Robert W. Service ~ Walking in the woods now there are so many mushrooms. It really seems autumn is coming.
For a couple years now I’ve been living with two painful protruding spinal discs. For the first year, my chronic back pain went undiagnosed by the practitioners I worked with because my symptoms seemed unusual. It ended up being an MRI that showed exactly what was going on.
I’ve done a lot of research in this time - read up on current info about back pain and how a segment of the population have disc protrusions with no pain at all. The thing is, we’re all so incredibly different. Structurally, emotionally, mentally. What will cause discomfort, pain, or injury to one person, will be totally fine, or even helpful for the next.
I’m not going to sugarcoat it - yoga hurt me. At least the style of asana I was practicing well into the first year of my injury. In fact, it probably made my condition a lot worse than it would have been otherwise.
But yoga has also helped me immensely. And it has been helping me heal. I now often have completely pain-free days and there will be many more to come.
So what was the difference? The approach. As soon as I started learning about skeletal variation, getting creative about prop use and exploratory movement, and learning how to adapt asana to suit different people, I started to realize how unsustainable my previous practice was for my personal body.
- began to learn and practice what MY body needs, even if it looks totally different than what everyone else is doing.
- began practicing (and teaching) based on the feelings and sensations created by movement and breath, with no goal of physical mastery, but instead, intimacy with self.
- got serious about my meditation and contemplative practices which have taught me to become more in-tune with the subtlety of my experiences.
If this sounds of interest to you, I am now accepting new clients for my 1:1 private yoga program. We can meet in the studio (@oceanandcrow), your home, or online. Together we will develop an accessible yoga practice that addresses and supports your unique needs and goals.
Check out the link in my bio for lots more info! 📷 @laura.marr