Get your Om on and practise SUPyoga while raising funds for the Wave Project #SUP4Life The Wave Project SUP for Life event aims to raise £10,000 for adopted children living in London, to enable them to set up their own surf and SUP club SurfSUPfityoga will be holding just 2 donation SUPyoga classes this coming weekend at 14:00 on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th at the Active360 Paddle Barge in Merchant Square, Paddington. Spaces are limited so booking is essential, to book on hit the Donate button and email email@example.com with your preferred date!
WAVES AND WORKOUTS WICKED WEEKEND Posted on July 7, 2014 by SurfGirl The Waves and Workouts Weekend was a massive success and enjoyed by everyone involved! A massive thank you to all who helped and organised the event and all the ladies who travelled down to lovely Cornwall to enjoy a weekend of epic surfing, fitness, fun and a load of laughs! To O’Neill, Kingsurf Surf School, pro surfers Celine Gehret and Abbi Hughes enjoyed teaching all the girls new moves in the water, and each and everyone of the ladies improved their technique beyond words and are set to progress! Above: The lovely ladies with King Surf and Celine, all smiles for the best weekend ever! We took loads and loads of photos and video footage so we’re wading through it all over the next few days so be sure to check out what we all got up to. Here’s a sneak preview, lots more to come! Nix up and riding! Indo Board Yoga, it was surprisingly good to do. Nichola the awesome Indo Board Yoga and SUP instructor Laughs all round with Pete and Damo! The O’Neill bean bags were amazing to hang out on, Kathryn post surf… 0
The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root “yuj”, which means “to yoke” or “to join”. Yoga is the joining of the mind, body, spirit together, and breath is the bridge between them. Yoga has evolved over thousands of years to embrace a wide range of styles and disciplines. Yoga is a popular activity for athletes, children, and seniors. Yoga can be modified to suit all levels of fitness. Yoga has been proven to lower blood pressure and increases strength and flexibility. Yoga energizes our bodies and calms our minds. Yoga increases flexibility and reduces stress, but the practice can do more than help you twist your body into pretzel shapes and find inner peace. These hidden benefits will help you in the kitchen, office and bedroom — A recent Norwegian study found that yoga practice results in changes in gene expression that boost immunity at a cellular level. And it doesn’t take long: The changes occurred while participants were still on the mat, and they were significantly greater than a control group who went on a nature hike while listening to soothing music. Yoga also helps to boost immunity by simply increasing overall health. “As you breathe better, move… 0
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