Surf’s up in Ireland!

Via on Jan 2, 2011

County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. A hidden reef off the Cliffs of Moher and the right kind of swell, creates a wave called Aileens.

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About Tobye Hillier

Originally from England, Tobye Hillier has lived in Ireland for over 17 years, living in a small seaside town called Greystones 20 miles south of Dublin. A qualified Karuna yoga teacher (RYT 500), Tobye also plays a pretty darn funky 5-string bass guitar and likes to sing in other peoples' showers. Empathic and intuitive, He likes to bend Yoga to suit people and not the other way around.


8 Responses to “Surf’s up in Ireland!”

  1. What do I do with this one? Does an Irish Yoga blogger posting spectacular wave videos qualify as a Yoga blog, to be posted on the Elephant Yoga Facebook page?

    I'm going to say yes!

    Bob W.
    Yoga Editor

  2. Laura Marjorie Miller Laura M. Miller says:

    Why are the waves called Aileens? Is Aileen the name of the particular wave or the type of wave it is? What does it mean and what characterises it?

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