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  • lyla allan

    #fitness repin, share, like, and stay fit! :)

  • Holly Marie Gibbs // TheCre8ive

    Tree lungs. Breathe poster design.

  • Christy Phillips

    I loved the picture with the play on the lungs. I didn't realize it was advertising hot yoga until I started to read the website but the photo brought it to my attention. our website for more information about the classes we offer!

  • sam amberchan

    cool tattoo, maybe a back tattoo where your lungs are?

  • T F

    Inspiring #quotes and #affirmations by Calm Down Now, an empowering mobile app for overcoming anxiety. For iOS: For Android:

  • Emily Jean

    Breathe to be down the middle made to look like the root of the trees (lungs)

  • Theresa Roach

    trees, lungs, tattoo idea awesome

  • Haiku and KySSeS

    just breathe lungs

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