Adorable Mother and Daughter Show Off Impressive Yoga Moves

We have officially found the cutest pair of yoga partners ever. Yoga instructor Laura Kasperzak (@laurasykora on Instagram) frequently shares pictures of herself pulling off impressive yoga moves with her very young daughter. Often wearing matching outfits, the cute mother-daughter duo are seen bending, twisting, and balancing in ways that are highly skillful for adults to do, let alone preschool-aged children. In each image, their passion for yoga, love for each other, and genuine sense of fun clearly shine through.

36-year-old Kasperzak has been practicing yoga for a whopping 17 years, which explains her skill. When asked how she gets her daughter to join her yoga sessions and pose for pictures, she replied, “It doesn't take much, she's the ham of my two children, and loves to be photographed. Just recently she was doing a headstand and said 'Mommy, take a picture!' After I did she said 'Let me see.' She goes, 'Oh no, mommy, we have to do it again. I wasn't smiling.'"

For more tips on yoga and a healthy lifestyle, feel free to check out Kasperzak’s website, Two Fit Moms.










Laura Kasperzak on Instagram
Two Fit Moms Website
via [Visual News]



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