22:56 EST, 15 March 2014
21:59 EST, 16 March 2014
She needs to be in tip top shape as one of the world’s most renowned super models.
And on Saturday, Gisele Bundchen gave a hint as to how she maintains her svelte figure – yoga.
The lean model shared a photo via her Instagram which showed her posing in dancer’s pose, revealing to followers her sublime balance and flexibility.
Namaste: Gisele Bundchen shared a photo of her in dancer’s pose
The 33-year-old model showed off her trim figure against the backdrop of a setting sun while on the beach in the picture.
The former Victoria’s Secret model captioned the photograph, ‘Good night sunshine! Boa noite!’
Bundchen appeared to be perfectly content and serene while engaging in the relaxing fitness regimen, although it appeared she may have overestimated the extent of her balance.
The doting mother: Gisele smiled demurely while holding what appeared to be her young son Benjamin
A series of footprints could be seen imprinted upon the sand just around her, suggesting the long and lean model may have stumbled while attempting the difficult pose.
In another photo shared on her Instagram, the mother of two smiled demurely with a pair of stylish Wayfarer sunglasses plopped against her eyes.
She held what appeared to be her young son Benjamin Brady, who wore an over sized wide-rimmed white hat that hid the majority of his complexion.
The happy family: Bundchen and her husband Tom Brady baptized their daughter Vivian while in Brentwood in March
The doting mother captioned the sweet photo, ‘<3 <3 <3’.
Bundchen recently celebrated her fifth wedding anniversary to football player Tom Brady, 36, in February.
The svelte model celebrated by sharing a sweet photo of the duo embracing one another on their wedding day on her Instagram account back in February.
Happy baptism! The beautiful mother of two demurely showed off her slender and enviably figure while keeping covered up
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