This sequence is great to do first thing in the morning on the beach or in the evening after a long day in the water. It is a great way to stretch and wake up the whole body. You do not have to be an experienced yoga practitioner to enjoy this sequence, simply turn your awareness inward and enjoy spending some quality time with your body and breath.
About a month ago I decided to go to Nicaragua on a solo trip to focus on my surf photography.From being in cold water and thick neoprene suits in Canada, I needed a small escape to the tropics to get me through the long gloomy months.
Here’s to great mornings, to new starts, to healthy wake ups, to positive thinking and endless possibilities. Here’s to create this space for happiness and easiness to make your mornings a peaceful moment and a way to achieve your wildest goals!
I was curious—could a coach like Cris truly help you improve your surfing? Tired of staying in the unknown, I contacted Cris Mills, the founder of Surf Strength Coach, and decided to ask him a few questions concerning his job, his goals and his journey.
Maybe yoga has just come into your life and the sensations provided by this practice nourished you to a point that you feel to rock this as a real lifestyle. Or maybe you just need to create this sacred space where you can sit, relax and check in with yourself from time to time. Here are some awesome tips to make your practice a ritual wherever you are
Being a yogini changed my life and is still changing every day of it. Being a yogi (if you are a boy) or a yogini (if you are a girl) simply means that your intention is to live in the moment and to allow your practice to be a life guide.