The two main excuses for why we miss yoga is that 1) Yoga takes too much time and 2) Yoga is expensive. Throw those excuses out the window because this routine is free and takes only 18 minutes. Think about that. 18 minutes is nothing. Everyone has this time. Just eliminate a little bit of time on social media and on email and voila: You will have time for yoga! Get off of the internet and on to the “inner net!”
This is a short and sweet yoga practice meant to provide opening, centering and core strength. It includes a short savasana (relaxation) and meditation because that is what makes the physical yoga practice so powerful.
You will feel loose and free all day. Aside from this you will feel more productive and free and in touch with the most joyous side of our consciousness. You have arrived at the right place. No more excuses, press start now and “At Least do This” Yoga!
The Routine: Centering> Sun Salutations > Triangle > Revolved Triangle > Crow Pose > Boat Pose > Seated Forward Fold > Double Pigeon > Savasana (Relaxation / the real yoga) > Closing Meditation
Handstand is much easier if you develop a systematic approach.
Enjoy Eoin's Blissology Yoga tips on how to do a handstand with ease and joy.
Handstand involves :
There are three steps to Handstand
1) The "Integration" phase
2) The "Getting Vertical" phase
3) The "Locking In" phase
Step 1, the "Integration Phase" is made up of three main aspects:
1) Integrated Arms (with special focus on the "Palm Arch"
2) Integrated Torso
3) Integrated Legs
The key is to not loose any sense of Integration or connection when you are getting vertical. Eoin covers some of the main problems for why people loose this connection when getting vertical as well as how to "Lock in" at the top.
When you have all of this knowledge as well as a connection to your "joy body" (inner child), you will see that handstands are way easier than you imagined!
Superflow Surf Yoga is a fusion of Tai Chi, Yoga, Body Mind Centering and of course Surf and Skateboard moves. They are more circular and fluid movements than a more static yoga practice. I highly recommend checking out the instructional video first to understand the movements before putting them together in a flow.
Once you learn the beauty of these movements, you will feel really loose in body and mind. You will be keenly aware of the subtle energies of the body which are a supreme pleasure. The mind will become quiet, the body will feel less like a hard substance and more like a liquid and you will experience what it means to find flow.