It's probably an understatement to say that 2015 was a busy year for everyone. Let me share with you what happened in Persian Yoga and what's on the agenda for the coming year.
My biggest achievement was probably publishing the Persian Yoga - Fundamentals Illustrated Manual which is now also available as an ebook on Amazon. Part 2 is coming in 2016!
But I started the year by participating in the Byron Bay Evolve Yoga festival. I met a lot of lovely people and introduced Persian Yoga to a bunch of happy and beautiful people.
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In the middle of the year I took a trip to Iran to visit my Morshed and learn more from him. While I was there I filmed a series of Persian Yoga follow along videos, to be released in 2016.
I also exhibited at the Sydney Fitness Expo...it was pretty cool and fun but also shocking because there were a lot of beefy guys who couldn't hold a 5 kg Meel or press a 20 kg Sang.
And around the same time Persian Yoga Pty Ltd became an accredited course provider for fitness professionals with Fitness Australia. Persian Yoga Level 1 workshop is now registered with Fitness Australia for 7 Continuing Education Credits (CECs).
The Persian Yoga instructor network also expanded. With Persian Yoga now being established in Spain and more instructors, in New South Wales and Queensland, to be announced in the new year.
And I did about 75-150 push-ups per session, about 5 times per week every week this year at a total average of over 20,000 push-ups this year or about 50 push-ups every day. I did about 800 push-ups during the Fitness Expo weekend alone, and that's not counting Meel swings and Sang presses. I love push-ups.
It's been a good year with interacting and learning from many interesting people. One of whom is no stranger to Club swingers worldwide, Mr. Paul Taras Wolkowinski, BA, (King of Clubs) from Indian Clubs & How to use them, who not only is a great inspiration and valiant champion of the arts but also a true gentleman and a supportive friend. He published an interview with me on his website in which I share some details about Persian Yoga, my own background and some plans for the future.
Morshed says: From strength a man derives truth and righteousness. From lethargy stems crookedness and lowliness.
Wishing you all happy holidays and a tireless new year.