When traveling for surf staying at hostels use what ever is available to make a steam. I always travel with tea tree oil. Grab green tea and camomile tea bags from complimentary breakfast and add water. Towel overhead. Make your own coconut oil.
Lounge in the the shade AT A USER-FRIENDLY PLACE FOR A DAY. Sometimes basic is good. And although I love salt a day with out is needed sometimes (or half a day).
Love this fruit farm and hostle Utopia Tica.. many pineapples and all orgaic smoothies made from fruit off the land. Guanabana….Yummmm and turmeric tea…my organs were so happy!
GREAT WORK OUT FOR STRENGTH AND CONNECTING. FOR THOSE WHO LOVE TO GET JACKED WHILE TRAVELING!!!!!
Digging a dry toilet meter wide meter deep hole in la terra. ..pachamama…remided me clearly what we put in our bodies goes back to mother earth…
….what are we feeding ourselves feeds the earth…there just happened to be a unicorn white horse behind me eating tall grass as I “dug deep”!!!!
SO HAPPY TO HELP ESTABLISH THIS YOGA SPACE IN RIO TIGRE! Bringing in the sounds of the jungle and effortlessly incorporating this into the flow of the class. “Wings like macaw”..
BRINGING WOMEN TOGETHER in this jungle space was amazing. So peaceful and the jungle every minute just flowing through us!. Be like a seed floating down the river….
More connections to come!
2o minute practice before surf and after at least 5 mins of yin or restorative after or in the evening is beneficial to be ready again to surf next day. Surf , sleep, yoga..repeat.
After visiting Costa Rica Osa Peninsula, and the beauty of the jungle and how all life supports itself, having a local show me how their currency at the end of each bill the plant meets. this just reinforced inclusiveness in yoga in life in teaching in learning and in the world the beauty and simplicity in natures teachings. Also that Eco tourism in Costa Rica is beautiful I want to take part. It being one of the most biodiversity rich areas of the world, the jungle teaches me that nothing is separate. A friend said this at a hostel I was at. A reoccurring theme simply.