Former Van Halen icon Sammy Hagar‘s beautiful daughter, Kama Hagar has posted a new photo of herself on the official Instagram account, showing off her perfect curves in the booty-revealing jean short.

As you might see in the photo, Kama appeared in a white min-short, showing her curves. Although she didn’t have many followers, she mesmerized the fans by her pure beauty. 

In the caption of her photo, Kama Hagar said that she loved philosophy and had recently learned some important things about philosophy by her yoga teacher. As we all know, Kama likes to meditate and stay healthy.

Here’s what Kama wrote:

“I love philosophy. During my 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2018, I discovered the 5 Kleshas (obstacles) in the philosophy of yoga. The 5 are: avidya (ignorance), asmita (over-identifying with your ego), raga (desire, or attachment to pleasure), dvesha (avoidance), and abhinivesha (attachment and fear).

Each one representing a different form of human suffering and toxicity. The idea is to transcend these five obstacles through yoga and meditation.

Asmita (egoism) and abhinivesha (attachment) have been the two kleshas I have struggled with most in my life. Do you know yours? Read my latest blog (link in bio) about how these kleshas have appeared in my life and what they might look like in yours.”

An Instagram user named soundown11 commented and wrote this:

“Very pretty picture of you! 💓”

Another fan named lisam2_ said this:

“Such a beautiful balanced island girl @kamahagar So many more young people need this so much more than ever before. Thank you so much for sharing.”

See the Instagram post below.

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I love philosophy. During my 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2018, I discovered the 5 Kleshas (obstacles) in the philosophy of yoga. The 5 are: avidya (ignorance), asmita (over-identifying with your ego), raga (desire, or attachment to pleasure), dvesha (avoidance), and abhinivesha (attachment and fear). Each one representing a different form of human suffering and toxicity. The idea is to transcend these five obstacles through yoga and meditation. Asmita (egoism) and abhinivesha (attachment) have been the two kleshas I have struggled with most in my life. Do you know yours? Read my latest blog (link in bio) about how these kleshas have appeared in my life and what they might look like in yours.

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