A powerful practice does not need to be complicated or lengthy. In fact, sometimes the most seemingly simple practices can prove to be the most effective. Here I share a simple and effective breathing technique that I’ve been incorporating into my daily practice!
Roll out your mat with me once a month for a Community Yoga Class! These monthly meet-ups are intended to help build, grow and bridge the local + visiting yoga communities, as well as to help raise awareness and donations for local organizations and people doing positive things in the community. Donations are not mandatory, and everyone is welcome to join the practice.
For many surfers, surfing is a lifelong sport. One in which there is no final destination, no finish line to cross. Even as average, working class surfers (as I like to refer to myself) we get locked into this obsession of always wanting to take our surfing one step further. So, if you’re a bit like me, and looking for a few ways to help improve your surfing and up your fun factor out in the water, I’ve put together an easy-to-follow list here!
It’s the Summer Solstice here in the Northern Hemisphere. Many cultures, religions, and groups of people hold this day as sacred and perform different “rituals” to honor this new season. Yogis across the world join together for 108 Sun Salutations as a way to honor this transitional time of year. But why??
Positive, powerful change needs to start from the ground up…or, in many cases, from the yoga mat up. That’s why Manduka and Susan G. Komen are partnering to host project:OM, the world’s largest yoga class of One Million bodies strong to battle breast cancer. Join us at CENTRO LA PAZ this Sunday, May 28th from 12-2pm...