People on the internet agreed that “yoga at sea” is not good.
There are many interesting forms of yoga today, such as in the cat barn or outside a goat farm, but as one yoga instructor and his students learned, you probably should not do yoga on an oil-free boat at sea.
On October 9, around 3:55 pm, the Shonan Coast Guard Station in Kanagawa received a call from the seafaring team off the coast of Chigasaki Fishing Port, southeast of Tokyo. “We have returned to the sea and cannot return,” the message you know.
The group was made up of a 50-year-old yoga instructor and four female students who left a man-made cap called Headland Beach, part of Chigasaki Beach, around 3pm The group started practicing yoga, and after meditating on the surface of their signs, they discovered that they had been swept away by 500 meters (0.3 miles) to the sea.
The trainer tried to call the Chigasaki City company, but failed, so he called 118 to reach the Japanese security guard for help. Soon, at 4:00 p.m., a passerby saw the five missing women and returned them ashore.
Fortunately, no one was injured, but the mob must have been terrified. “I want the trainer to know more about security,” said a Coast Guard Station spokesman. Young Japanese were more likely to agree.
“Obviously you can turn around and meditate on the board at sea without anyone stopping you. I hope this made me happy. ”
“Although they were in boats and not in boats, they must have used a parachute anchor or something. As soon as the wind blows, they begin to erode.”
“It’s nice when it’s fun but you have to be careful not to put others at risk. Meditation at sea can be deadly. ”
“Chigasaki has a strong tidal wave between the coast and the island of Uba. Over the course of the day, they can suddenly change direction and become more dangerous. The local people know this. ”
“She was lucky that five minutes later when she called them in someone on the boat she found them.”
“Maybe you shouldn’t meditate on the ocean?”
Although at some point in the future the counselor may decide to bring an anchor or hire someone to take them on the boat, we are glad that no one was injured and everyone returned to shore. However, this was a lesson that the teacher would never forget. Do not underestimate the power of the sea!
Source Kanaloco through Yahoo! Story through Hachima Kiko
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