On June 21 2020 11:56 cariadon wrote:
Awesome. How flexible were you before you started in November? What are some of the most important aspects of "training" you would recommend others?
Hey sorry for taking so long to answer I somehow forgot I had posted this here lol
So, before November 2018 I could barely touch my hands on the floor without bending my knees. I was 28 at the time, and I'm 30 now and I move much better than when I was 20.
My training is based on Ashtanga Yoga, which is a very specific and rigid form. I'm absolutely sure the only way I could achieve these results was because of Ashtanga. Hatha Yoga (classic yoga) is usually much lighter. I can't talk about "training" because what I do is Ashtanga Yoga, not just a physical practice, but more than anything a spiritual practice with amazing results for the physical body.
On June 23 2020 14:17 Spitfiree wrote:
Can you tell me what is the course you're going to be selling next already?
Hey buddy. I'm not selling anything and won't be selling anything in any near future I can imagine. All I want is to be a good yoga teacher to help people transform their lives, like it transformed mine. And I can't do that as long as this pandemic is out, so it's gonna take a while before I can teach anything to anybody. In the meanwhile, I'm practicing everyday for 4 hours, which I love.
On June 25 2020 05:47 k4ir0s wrote:
Nice. Do you do the bulk of your training alone?
Yes, I've learned all by myself locked in my room! hahaha
I'm sure if I had a teacher I wouldn't be able to have done it so fast because a teacher would try to fit me into a general practice procedure that I think would not explore my full potential. Practicing by myself allowed me to evolve at the pace I believed I was able to handle.