8-Week Surf + Yoga Program

8-Week Surf + Yoga Program

6 Seasons

With five years of surf and yoga retreats under our belts and two years offering online classes, we’ve come to realize something: there are many women out there who wants to get moving, but who lack direction or tools to stay consistent. Sounds like you? This is exactly why we’ve designed this 8-week surf+yoga program — to offer you guidance, and ultimately help you unlock your full potential.

This program alternates between bodyweight trainings & yoga practices. Our goal is to allow you to develop strength, fluidity, balance, flexibility, coordination, and mind-clarity –resulting in optimizing your physical And mental fitness!

If you're new to working out or to yoga, we suggest starting with the "Get Started" programs, and then coming back to this one.

8-Week Surf + Yoga Program
  • Intro 8-Week Optimization Program

  • Warm up 10 min

    Complete this 10 minute warm up sequence to prepare your body for your workout.

  • Warm up 15 min

    Complete this 15 minute warm up sequence to prepare your body for your workout.

  • Morning Jam

    20 min full body warm-up. Perfect before going surfing or to get your day started! Highly inspired by animal flow.

  • Foundation Breathing for Performance (1/3)

    How can we increase our breath control + lungs capacity to become more confident in the water, and enhance our performance in any given sport? First, learn to breathe fully!
    Follow the lead of Augusto @auguscarrara, freediving instructor and surf coach, in this series of 3 videos.

    In-person expe...

  • Morning Breath Routine (2/3)

    3 exercises, 5 minutes. Should be doable daily? Once you know the drill, you can skip directly to timecode 5:10 to get started!

    How can we increase our breath control + lungs capacity to become more confident in the water, and enhance our performance in any given sport?

    Follow the lead of Augu...

  • Dynamic Breath Control Exercises (3/3)

    On-ground simulation exercises to train your ability to work with increased CO2 levels while in movement. Underwater hold downs often happen unexpectedly, in scenarios where your heart rates is already accelerated and you need to keep swimming.

    Follow the lead of Augusto @auguscarrara, free-div...