Yoga Teacher’s Amazing Furniture-Free Tiny House Designed For Body Movement

Jayme is a teacher who has built an amazing and beautiful which is designed to encourage body . While still being a stunning and functional home, this has lots of things to climb on and hang off, helping to support Jayme in her health and fitness goals.

This tiny house is . The movement encourages people to ditch their couches and sofa’s and instead create open, functional and versatile spaces which encourage . Without supporting furniture, the body is forced to find more ways to engage and relax. Ultimately, this helps to not only burn calories, but also to build strength and muscles.

Read More: https://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/furniture-free-tiny-house-for-body-movement/

This home was built from all reclaimed / salvaged materials which have come together beautifully in this tiny house. Amazingly, Jayme was able to construct this beautiful home for the unbelievable price of only $12,000, thanks to her resourcefulness and willingness to get stuck in and tackle the herself.

Enjoy the full tour of this innovative tiny house on wheels!

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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20 Comments

  1. Thanks to all for watching this tiny house tour! I really hope you enjoyed this episode. Just a reminder to those who value the tours (and want to help us keep advertising down) that we are open to viewer support via Patreon! Please consider helping us on our mission and supporting the channel. https://www.patreon.com/livingbig

  2. It looks like a lovely artistic old shed. I LOVE the minimum furniture and open space. I live in a 600 sq ft highrise apartment with only a futon on the floor and meditation cushions for guests. It is ao beautiful and roomy. At age 60 now, I am still more agile than people half my age because, when I am home, I may get up and down from the floor a hundred times a day, which keeps my knees, hips, legs, and body strong. Her use of reclaimed pieces takes “reuse, recycle” to a high level! She is no ordinary woman. It takes one to recognize one!

  3. I have never commented eventho I watch your program every week as soon as it comes out Bryce. But this … this … must be the most beautiful tiny home I have ever set my eyes upon! (or maybe we have EXACTLY the same tastes 😉 and those mugs that she made, their beauty and craftsmanship are impeccable. I love everything about this home aesthetically, windows, walls, countertop, even sitting on the floor. I love how it transports me back to a time past. And Jayme has a lovely free spirit that warms my soul.
    And you Bryce are one of my favourite presenters on YT, genuine, warm and so very engaging.

  4. I Love what Jayme has done here, most people want new new new, not many people are willing to put the hard yards in to reclaim material to use in a home, The hardest thing to do is find a place to put the home you have created, Hanging bars and climbing ladders a great addition to the build. When you get settled may i suggest a turtle pond with water purifying plants for your waste water. there are many water Purifying plants available, and having them in seperate ponds where one filters through to the next leaving you with clean water at the end. Well Done i’m envious

  5. Her dog is a Treeing Walker Coonhound mix. Very loyal breed of dog. An athlete of the dog world. Literally will climb up in a tree to try and reach a coon.

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