1. it’s taken decades to develop into the movement art that I love the most. I’m so glad people are digging it.
2. More importantly, I know that so many people are stuck inside their house with so many thoughts stuck inside their heads. I’m happy to be of service to help share my medicine. I pray it helps bring us back to peace and move the needle back to LOVE.
A superflow is a joyous movement practice that pulls from yoga, tai chi, and surfing.
This powerful yet calming trinity intentionally mimics the rhythm of nature and flow of the oceans, opening you to a higher state of bliss in both body and mind.
Here are five beneficial surf-inspired movements:
Tai Chi for centering
Lay back flow
Surf burpees with slash
On a physical level, these practices increase agility, coordination, and strength; mentally they evoke positive energy and clarity. Yogis will find these flows more circular and less confined to a grid than a traditional yoga practice. Fitness enthusiasts will love the physical challenge and creativity within each sequence. Expect a whole new level of mind-body harmony.
Twenty-nine years ago I started dabbling in tai chi, meditation and yoga.
I didn’t know a lot about any of these at the time but I would go to empty beaches where I could feel the transformative power of the Great Spirit. I would move organically and let its energy flow through me, sand in my toes and peace in my heart.
Today, a mix of these tai chi, yoga and surfing movements is called a Superflow and it is my favourite routine every morning when I wake up (I highly recommend checking out the instructional video first to understand the movements before putting them together in a flow, practice starts at 5:20 mins):