64歲法國奶奶,20年來每天堅持練瑜珈維持少女身材

讓我們來看看這位法國阿嬤如何維持少女體態吧~

希望我64歲也能這樣~~~ 🙂

她說:並是不是天生就有的,而是努力才得來的。

(但這優勢的比例是天生的吧~ 😆 )

@yazemeenah

在20多歲剛生完孩子時,體重一度飆升到84kg。

(我第一胎生產時的體重也不遑多讓,是83.6~84Kg    😯 )

愛美的她,不想繼續放任自己,就開始規劃飲食和瑜伽、有氧運動,成功減肥後,

她在30歲那年,做了個大膽的追夢決定,成為時裝模特兒。

(不放任自己有多重要….你知道嗎?這是”轉變”的開始)

台南瑜珈-瑜伽教學-比基尼

 

資料來源:ELLE

面對年歲的增長,許多人都害怕,但這位超辣法國奶奶選擇用最自然質樸的原則樂活人生。

現年已經64歲的模特Yazemeenah Rossi,雖然沒有「凍齡」肌膚,卻依然容光煥發,

法國女人獨有的自信氣質全顯在臉上,而堅持不染深的一頭白髮也成為她的美麗標誌。

究竟她在飲食、保養上有什麼秘訣?又和大家分享了哪些人生態度?一起來看看⋯

白髮成美麗標誌

人說模特兒吃的是青春飯,多數模特到了一定年紀就待不住模特圈。

不過Yazemeenah則是到28歲才展開她的模特生涯,也曾和YSL和Hermès等大牌合作。

現年已經64歲的她,一頭白髮和歲月的痕跡,卻成為她最獨特的標誌,

舉手投足之間散發出的優雅自信,完美詮釋了法國女人有的獨特氣質。

身兼攝影師

除了模特,Yazemeenah同時也是一名攝影師。在她的instagram上可以常常看到

她自己拍攝的照片,也很常出去旅行、曬曬太陽。有時甚至穿著比基尼就在海邊做起瑜珈

,瞧瞧這緊緻的身材,真的很難相信她居然已經64歲了!

愛用油類保養

Yazemeenah從小在法國的科西嘉島長大,在大自然中的成長經歷讓她悟得青春的本質,

一切都回歸於有機、自然。因此就連她的抗老聖品,都是大家廚房裡就有的橄欖油。

「我的保養基本款都在櫥櫃裡就找到的到,但我也會用一些比較好的保養油。」

除此之外,她還會用橄欖油和精糖自製去角質磨砂膏,也會用油類來護髮。

「年輕的時候,我常常去買一些面霜和保養品,但是隨著年紀的增長,我開始不用那些東西。

現在我幾乎不買那些現成的化妝品,就算有斑但我也不在乎。」

飲食回歸自然

Yazemeenah每天醒來都會做瑜珈、自己做早餐。

「我從小長大的環境非常簡單,我知道我需要的一切就在廚房裡。生活的基本原則,

是吃的新鮮。」

她推薦酪梨、堅果和橄欖油,除了保養,也非常適合烹飪。

她也經常在ig上分享自己的手作料理,甚至是烹飪教學,每一道都看起來非常清爽可口啊!

瑜珈,30多年來從沒停過,每天堅持做30到90分鐘的瑜伽,不靠藥物瘦身。

從未間斷過!(你看看….持續有多重要阿~)

要維持漂亮外表,是需要努力的,

請記住….天下沒有醜女人,只有懶女人

遵循自己的心

「這不僅僅是吃什麼或用什麼保養的問題。這是關於你的想法。

我發現很多女性會被困在把自己困在一個小盒子裡。當你處於這些限制時,會給你的身體帶來

很大的壓力,讓你不在成為你想成為的人。如果你不遵循那些讓你開心的事情,就會逐漸枯竭。」

 

資料來源:NEW DAILY

Sixty-year-old grandmother Yazemeenah Rossi is known around the world for redefining

the age limit for being a ‘sex symbol’.

The French-born beauty, who is a grandma of two, started going grey as a teenager,

but didn’t let that stop her launching a career as an international model at the age of 45.

Since then, Rossi has attracted plenty of labels, from ‘hot grandma’ to ‘senior sex

symbol’ – some of them harder to stomach than others.

“They used to p*** me off,” Rossi tells The New Daily of her many titles, laughing.

“But now I understand something. The title of my book obviously needs to have

the word ‘sex’ in it“People are very excited about this ‘sex’ thing.”

In recent years Rossi has featured in ad campaigns for Marks and Spencer,

JD Williams and New York-based lingerie designers Land of Women.

After an article about her appeared in British newspaper The Observer in

September, Rossi’s Instagram following went from 14,000 to 60,000.

Google her and you’ll find a plethora of stories about an avoidance of plastic

surgery, regular yoga practise and oil consumption.

So how does the eccentric Rossi maintain her health and looks and continue

to ‘age gracefully’?

Here’s some of the wisdom she had to share.

Giving information, not advice

“I never give ‘advice’. ‘Ad-vice.’ Who wants to ‘add’ ‘vice’ to anything?

Nobody can be in your skin and say you have to do this, or this.

We can get information and then decide what we feel and what we want to do.

“Advice has a negative connotation. It says that you know better than someone else.

Who can say who knows better? Nobody can live in your place.

“I was very intolerant when I was young. I learnt how to moderate and use different

words that are more loving and respect the path of others.”

Find timelessness within

“People always ask me about my ‘secrets’ to longevity. To be connected with

yourself – with your heart, with higher guidance – means that there is no time and space.

“When you are connected with that dimension it keeps you in a place that you feel timeless.

People want to know about my diet and what I put on my skin… But it’s not about that.

Whether my skin is dry or not, the energy of my spirit is the same.”

Keep discovering

“Youthfulness is about how you work with your mind. How you work with your spirit.

How you see the world. How open you are to the unknown. How excited you are about

discovering… It’s that that keeps you young.”

Let your body do its job

“Sure, I take care of myself, but longevity is not just about what you eat.

I never think about what I do or about food as ‘stopping ageing’ in some way.

And my body works perfectly.

“The last time I took ibuprofen was in 1981! The body is a wonder.

The body is malleable. I’ve found that recognising it as a wonder and

something that is sacred is a fantastic attitude to have.”

Re-think sex

“I have spoken about sex, but not in the way the journalists put it at all.

We are all here because of sex. If sex didn’t exist, we wouldn’t exist.

Still, there are a lot of things that need to be demystified. Like,

how can we turn making love into something beautiful?

“People need to go back to the meaning of sacred sexuality and

bringing divine expression into it. Ok, sure, start throwing around the

word ‘tantra’ and I say, yes.

‘Tantra’ is something I even do with my vegetables. Not just with sex.”

Enjoy the simple things

“Every day I am in admiration. How is it possible that this tomato comes from

the soil and the sun and the water? People collected it, I selected it, and here it is.

It’s a wonder.

Spirituality doesn’t just exist in an ashram. It’s in every tiny little thing that you do

– it’s about being present to it. Daily life is sacred. I wash my dishes and think

about how it’s such a nice feeling to be able to wash and have water.

“People may think I’m completely spaced out, but this is my reality.

This is what I live everyday.”