13 Mind-Blowing Yoga Tattoos. #9 Will Make You Smile :-)

Yoga Tattoo Om Lotus

I’m not sure why putting a beautiful symbol on a human body is so darn mesmerizing, but “why” clearly isn’t the point here…

The tattoos in this post evoke many different emotions and thoughts. Some of them are striking due to their intricacy and some are breathtaking in their simplicity.

 

When you combine a great tattoo artist with an amazing yogic symbol (or 2 or 3), the results can be truly inspiring.

Enjoy the following 13 pieces of yoga art, and if you have one of your own, feel free to share it on our Facebook page!

1) I’ve always been a sucker for a great lower back tattoo. Then you combine it with a lotus flower – amazing.
Courtesy of Jennifer Esperanza author of Tear of Venus.

Yes low Lotus Back© Jennifer Esperanza

Stunning, right? Wait until you see the amazing black and white picture of a full body chakra tattoo design on the next page. It’s almost like the tattoo was created just for this yoga posture – or maybe it’s the other way around!

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80 comments

  1. Jennifer Esperanza Reply

    Thanks for the props ~

    the first photo is mine & the cover of my book
    “It’s All The Goddess to Me”

    This image is often taken on the net
    & misused ~ people put weird text all over it ~
    It is a copy written image.
    Please replace with a watermarked version.
    E-mail me I will send it to you.

    Much Kindness,

    Jennifer Esperanza

  2. mimi Reply

    You might want to properly credit the photographers. The first one is Jennifer Esperanza out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Has her permission been given to use the photo?

    • yogiliving Post authorReply

      Hi Mimi!

      Thank you for the suggestion. Jennifer has contacted me and I’ll put up her new watermarked image as soon as she gets it to me (along with a link to wherever she wants).

      As for the rest of the images, it can be hard at times to figure out where they originally came from as pictures get passed around so much on the internet. That said, I’ll spend a bunch of time this week seeing what I can find so I can properly credit as many as possible!

      Namaste and have a wonderful weekend :-)!
      Deborah

  3. johnny trails Reply

    You should credit the tattoo artists and the photographers…………..and not act as though the images are yours…..

    • yogiliving Post authorReply

      I agree, Johnny – and thank you for taking the time to comment.

      It can be hard at times to figure out where the images originally came from as pictures get passed around so much on the internet. That said, I’ll spend a bunch of time this week seeing what I can find so I can properly credit as many as possible!

      Namaste and have a wonderful weekend :-)!
      Deborah

  4. O Reply

    The om tattoo on the foot is disrespectful to Hindu culture where feet are considered to be dirty.

    • yogiliving Post authorReply

      Wow! I didn’t think of that. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

  5. Heli Soell Reply

    My Ganesha done in Costa Rica by the incredible Prakash Spex of Om Tat Sat Tattoo – I’m still blown away by it 🙂

  6. Lara Herbst Ederer Reply

    The Om symbol in feet is actually offensive to the Hindu culture. Feet are considered the dirtiest part of the body – nice sentiment but the placement is not the best.

  7. Lynn Mueller Reply

    OMG Traci Cooley….thank you for sharing with me, or I would have missed it. It brought happy tears that another saw the simple beauty in something that meads so much to me.

  8. Lynn Mueller Reply

    This is so cool…..thank you for writing the kind words about my tattoo, #11. It truly means a lot to me. Thank you and here is my newest tattoo that symbolizes me taking a leap of faith and relocating and opening my own yoga studio and yoga retreat. I am where I am suppose to be. Much love. <3

  9. Lynn Mueller Reply

    OMG Traci Cooley….thank you for sharing with me, or I would have missed it. It brought happy tears to my eyes, that another saw the simple beauty in something that means so much to me.

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