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Top 3 Reasons Why I love Yogaqua

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I have been wanting to blog about my yoga experience at Yogaqua for weeks now but I have held back…and I think the wait was worth it.

Not only am I excited to share the photos I captured of Yogaqua owner Sarah Tiefenthaler, her yoga instructors and her students but you also get to see photos of me behind the lense in action… which is rare.

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There are so many wonderful things I can tell you about Yogaqua but you really need to experience for yourself to understand fully.
I encourage anyone who is willing to TRY something different then doing yoga in a studio to head to Marina Del Ray, Los Angeles on the weekend for a yoga class you will never forget!
Top 3 reasons I love Yogaqua
  1. I love being in the water, outside in nature…doing YOGA…for me is the BEST COMBO I could have ask for! [I believe the first class I ever did with Sarah I said to her afterwards “Being on land sucks!”] 
  2. It is a real challenge for any yogi from beginner to pro… Warrior one is not so easy to do on a paddle board – balance is KEY!
  3. I become fearless… I have the encourage to try difficult poses like a handstand which I always avoid doing in a studio environment, as I am afraid of falling and hitting the person next to me… but the OCEAN thankfully enough, never seems to care when I land in it!handstand at yogaqua
Stay tuned on my next post getting to know more about Founder of Yogaqua Sarah Tiefenthaler www.yogaqua.com 

 

 

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