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.
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While surfing does require a solid level of physical vitality, mental strength is the critical factor for taking on the next level of wave. Surfing is in and of itself a moving meditation–we are constantly moving dancing with the sea, intuitively responding to the motions of the ocean, relaxing out of the thoughts and onto them sweet ocean swells. I find when
People come to yoga for all sorts of reasons because it is a practice that covers the whole self: spiritual, physical and mental. One thing that often makes people nervous about yoga though is whole ‘Om’ thing. (Properly it is ‘AUM’ but more of that later). Most people are looking to focus on their physical