It is wednesday, we reached the middle of the week. This is the day where everybody of the beginner class is feeling their bones und new gained muscels. It is the hardest day of the week for our students. And therefor we always adivse our students to join the yoga class! Because our yoga teacher Ana helps them to get fit and teaches them how to strech their bodys right.

We have a litte film for you, which showes you how to do the Sun Salution the right way. Have a look and rememerb: Always be strong in the middle and don’t forget to breath! 

And these are the pictures of todays surf lesson: 

Surfing lessons on 12. November 2014

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The Sun Salutation is the foundational movement of the Ashtnaga Yoga method. Performed at the beginning of each practice this flowing series is meant to awaken the inner fire, agni, of purification and is also a salutation to the solar fire. At first the fire of purification burns through impurities and then after years of practice it transforms into the fire of awakening itself. In this clip extracted from Kino’s new DVD to be released soon you will see a demonstration of the Sun Salutation B or Surya Namaskara B of the Ashtanga Yoga Series.