Hong Kong, 2018-Jun-28 — /Travel PR News/ — Dream Cruises has successfully set a brand-new Guinness World Record on 23 June 2018, where a total of 269 yoga enthusiasts gathered aboard World Dream to perform the Mermaid Yoga Pose simultaneously; led by Ms. Stefanie Ngai, Asana World Champion 2013, the group had successfully remained in the pose for one full minute and set the brand-new Guinness World Record for Most People Doing the Mermaid Yoga Pose Simultaneously. This is the second Guinness World Record set by Dream Cruises, the first one being the world’s largest LEGO® ship, set on 15 November 2017.
As one of the signature enrichment programs of Dream Cruises, the Yoga Academy at Sea presents year-round complimentary yoga classes to cruising guests of World Dream, covering various yoga forms including Dynamic Flow Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Restore Yoga and Myofascial Release Exercises:
|Dynamic Flow Yoga||Hatha Yoga||Restore Yoga||Myofascial Release Exercises|
|Dynamic Flow Yoga is a series of yoga asanas choreographed into a dynamic flow for progressive yoga practice. It combines asanas with breathing techniques to create internal rhythm to the body.
|Practicing yoga asanas can improve body postures and enhance body flexibility. Hatha Yoga is composed of a series of simple and effective yoga poses in standing, forward-bending, back-bending and twisting to achieve a balance of body and mind relaxation.||Specially designed for body restoration and relaxation, this selection of yoga stretching poses is designed to bring comfort to body parts and to gradually restore the entire body.
|Muscular imbalances such as over-loosening and over-tightening of muscles can lead to instability of joints. Supplemented with tools tailored for myofascial release, this series of exercises can help loosen tightened muscles and restore joint stability for pain relief.|