Kristen Rose Provenché @kristenpro avatarKristen Rose Provenché

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Just out here trying to keep my sanity though all of life’s hecticness 🙃#isthatevenaword #itisnow
Double tap if you are ready for the weekend🙌🏼🙏🏼🙌🏼
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For years and years I’ve dreamt about getting this asana down.
It’s been a while since I’ve had a breakthrough and it even feels exactly how I had imagined!!! I practiced at home the other day and got curious to see if I could get the full grip on my bad side. To my surprise I was able to get the grip and was able to get into my first full floor bow ever😍😍😍
Practice and patience my friends. Practice and patience. Took me 7 years to get this down. ❤️🙌🏼🙏🏼
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“I hope you find someone who speaks your language so you don’t have to spend a lifetime translating your spirit.” -unknown.
Maybe the reason I’m having a harder time finding my voice as of lately is because I’ve spent the last two years with someone who tried to discredit me any and every chance they had. It’s a bit deflective on my own responsibilities but I know it’s related on a subconscious level. I find myself keeping my thoughts to myself, biting my tongue, second guessing myself, selectively muting. I am still re-discovering myself after unraveling everything I thought I was to someone who took it and used it against me. I’m searching for the spark within myself again. And I’ll find it. It’ll just take some time. 🙏🏼
I’m exhausted from trying to explain myself to those who will never understand. Generally speaking throughout my whole life. But the older you get and the more you get to know yourself, the easier it becomes to weed out those you don’t resonate with. “some people
when they hear
your story
contract.
others
upon hearing
your story.
expand.
and
this is how
you
know.”- @nayyirah.waheed
My ultimate new favorite bra everrrrr from @aloyoga 😍


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Goddess Pose 🙌🏼
I’ve always been finicky with the word goddess. I understand it’s a prevalent term being used right now as a means for empowerment. I personally have never felt comfortable calling myself a goddess due to reasons maybe I will keep to myself. But I love to call other powerful women goddesses no doubt! At the end of the day I fully support whatever makes a woman feel her best self. But ima just do my own thing. ❤️ #goddesspose
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Commit to your intention and always practice with integrity. 👌🏼
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Root down to rise up. Finding balance interconnected to the heavens and the earth. 🙏🏼
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Prana through the anahata 💓
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Photo by me


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It is what we let go of that determines how high we can fly.
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Photo by me, leg variation inspired by @findingmorgantyler ❤️🙌🏼


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Well this was passed due😅
Finally back in action after a little detox break with this account! I’ve missed you guys and want to connect with you!💞 What are some topics you’d like to discuss in my posts to come? Life has been sooo busy lately that I don’t have nearly as much time for inspiration to come to me than I used to😫 Luckily have some days off ahead to chiiiillllll, reset and reflect. 🙌🏼 thank you in advance, the suggestions are much appreciated! ❤️
Photo by me
Outfit by @aloyoga


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I haven’t been to the studio to practice in about a month you guys 😭😭😭
I couldn’t work out at allllll while my wisdom teeth sockets were healing and with Coachella right after my body has been out of service for a while. I did my first flow yesterday at home and could barely touch my toes😂😅 It’s a humble reminder that if ya don’t use it you lose it!
But as long as you go in with zero expectations, it’s only up from there. 😊
Have an amazing weekend! 😍😍😍
Outfit by @aloyoga


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Counterpostures- probably more important than the initial posture. The yin to the yang.
I’ll be honest with y’all the reason I haven’t photographed poses like this the past couples years was due to my damn-near-belly-phobia I was dealing with. I was too scared to photograph any posture that scrunched my belly. Major ego issues that I unfortunately never fully got over. But better late than never. Forgive me and my insecurities 🙏🏼
Always make sure to go easy and reeeead your body when it comes to counter postures. Go easy and let gravity do the work, depending on the posture of course.
This is rabbit pose or sasangasana. A favorite of mine post heart openers. Always feels so damn good.
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Lately I’ve been reflecting on what it truly means to hate someone.
Why do we hate someone? Why are we even capable of feeling such emotions towards someone?
And is it really true that hatred is a reflection of ones relationship with themselves?
Yes and no I feel like. I’m not so sure I can even come up with an executive decision. 😅 I suppose it depends on the context of the situation.
I used to hate certain individuals when I was younger and looking back there was a common theme throughout- they either simply wronged me or I perceived them as a threat. There was a quote I read somewhere stating that someone who hates you either perceives you as a threat, they hate themselves, or they want to be you. And I would agree to a certain extent. Somewhere, deeply buried down I would agree that it comes down to something like that in many cases.
The older I’ve become I find it rare that I genuinely hate anyone. And let me tell you, I’ve had people do some fucked up things to me all across the spectrum of fucked up things. Yet still to this day there is not even a speck of hatred for them. I might despise for a while but still never hate. I do not even allow room for it. I’ve carried coals in the palms of my hands for too long in the past and I know how self sabotaging it can be. That’s where the question comes in regarding self love and it’s relation to being at peace with yourself and others.
Maybe hate and admiration are one in the same. It’s as if one cannot exist without the other. Similarly to how we cry from laughter. It’s a paradox. But somewhere along the way admiration gets mixed in with crippling self doubt and that’s where hatred is born. Sprinkle in a little fear of failure and that’s it. Fear of incompleteness.
The day I found myself incapable of carrying hatred for anyone was the day I realized I truly loved myself. It took decades and there was no way I would have discovered self-love any sooner. I had to experience what it was like to despise myself to know what it felt like on the other side. The day I felt genuinely happy for my peers accomplishments rather than envy like when I was a kid was how I knew. CAPTION CONTINUED IN COMMENTS BELOW👇🏼


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