⋄ ◅ ◄ ◯ 5 spots left for Ancient Voices Retreat with @aylanereo ◯ ► ▻ ⋄⋄ Who is ready to take the deep dive into our connection with the WILD?
Swim with the dolphins
Remember the way your body was born to move?
Release the voices and songs that you were born with?
We can't wait to journey with you in Hawai'i
Photo by @molliehull #wildheart#swimwithdolphins#retreat
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Photo by @BrianSkerry
'Synchronized Swimming’ - A group of spotted dolphins at play in The Bahamas. Dolphins have the largest brains in the animal kingdom relative to body size, after humans, but their brains function differently than humans. Dolphins keep one half of their brain awake while sleeping because they are voluntary breathers and must also remain vigilant for predators. They also see much of their world acoustically using echolocation. For researchers, dolphin lives remain largely a mystery and understanding the full extent of how these complex animals live may take a long time.
Photographed on assignment for @natgeo