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Christmas and new year holidays can be so intense. We all know that, even if we are waiting for this moment all the time, once it’s there just around the corner things could get a little bit crazy due to all the things we have to do, the people we have to meet and the
If you are up to a surf and yoga holiday there are some things you should keep in mind to really make the most of this experience. Let’s find out together what we are talking about with our list! 1. The right mood To really get ready to your surf and
Seaside holidays can be an important opportunity to regenerate the body and the psychophysical well-being. The sea is also a great solution for those who want to lose weight and feel better. In fact, iodine and other salts contained in the air that can be breathed in the sea are very important to trigger our
The key to surfing is strength, balance, patience, and calmness. Although without sand or the sea, the practice of Yoga is all about just that — clearing the mind, while also centering the body. Find out how to combine the two arts to improve your skills.
Other than breathtaking sights, Morocco also provides amazing opportunities in leisure sports. The most beloved activity is surfing, without a doubt!
Morocco is a beautiful country located in the north of Africa. It borders the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic ocean. It is one of the most beloved spots for holiday season because of its amazing sights. The highest dunes in Sahara, the most beautiful mosque in the world ‘Hassan II’, exhibition of Berber’s culture in Majorelle
Endless sunshine, local cuisine and camel rides might be the first things that come to mind when you think of a Moroccan holiday. If you’ve never been to a surf camp before you may be wondering what a day in the life entails here at Original Surf. Look no further, we’re here to give you
Have уоu еvеr toured a country whеrе thе official lаnguаgе is Arabic? If nоt, соnѕidеr trаvеlling to Morocco, Africa, vеrу soon. A Nоrth Afriсаn соuntrу, Mоrоссо bоаѕtѕ bеасhеѕ аlоng the Mеditеrrаnеаn Sеа аnd the Atlаntiс Oсеаn. Itѕ сарitаl сitу iѕ Rabat. Thеrе is a whole lоt tо ѕее аnd a lot tо dо when уоu
We’ve reached our half-way point in our journey through the 8 Limbs of Yoga (and how they relate to surfing). Before I conclude our series, let’s take a moment to briefly recap what we have covered thus far. Our first two limbs, the yamas and niyamas, serve to bring our spirit into balance, while the
Familiar faces, different names. Before we go too far down the rabbit hole, why don’t we go ahead and address the obvious portion of this blog first: Asana– the official term for the body postures done in the yogic path. It is what most people refer to as “yoga”. All those back-bending, toe-touching, pretzel-y looking
Hopefully, on your first day of learning how to surf… Your instructor taught you some basic surf etiquette, and if not, you might want to read-up on that before paddling out next time. Similar to these basic rules, the yamas and niyamas are sets of standards and practices a yogi is expected to embrace so
I have a confession to make: I slept through Yoga Philosophy during my teacher training. No, I was not jet-legged. Yes, it was early. And, no, I did not have an ailment of some sort. I was just so high off of the energy of the geography, and so out of my body, that I was