La joven surfista ha hecho noticia gracias a su gran hazaña al atreverse a correr olas cerca de un volcán de Kilauea en Hawai, además ha sido catalogada como la "Indiana Jones femenina" debido a su osadía y valentía en retos como este.
Alison creció en Hawai, y ella pidió permiso para aventurarse y rendir tributo a Pele.
"Regresar a Hawai me ha hecho sentir como en casa y esta experiencia es literalmente un hito en mi vida, algo que tenía que hacer" declaró Teal.
La joven aventurera es hija de dos reconocidos fotógrafos de National Geographic, sus padres la acompañan a varios de sus viajes de aventura.
La deportista recomienda que no lo hagan nunca, ya que el agua está hirviendo, los humos son letales y las condiciones del mar son traicioneras.
El video en YouTube cuenta con más de 700 mil reproducciones y se ha convertido en viral de las redes sociales.
What are you wanting to breakthrough in life? New love? New career? New passion? I've learned that how you do one thing in life is how you do everything! Observe your actions! For example do you dive fully into your everyday tasks or challenges in life or do you hesitate? When you finally reflect on your life and breakthrough those patterns you can paddle for the next wave of life with confidence and happiness. Thank you @hisarahlee for capturing this photo so I could write a mushy, deep caption!
Kilauea volcano eruption is flowing into the sea. Since I was a 3 year old naked wahine dancing hula on the lava rocks in front of my home, I always felt a connection with the earth, or the Aina as Hawaiians call it. One of my biggest dreams was to paddle my pink surfboard in a volcanic area to feel a true connection to earth being formed. Today my dream came true. With the guidance, support, and prayer of the elders, and following cultural protocol, I paddled within feet of hot lava rivers pouring into the ocean. It was humbling and breathtaking. The rawness, the heat, the crackling & hissing sounds, the reality check that we live on a planet that is alive. Many people think that we have control over the earth and I assure you we are pretty small in the greater scheme of things. What I learned through this experience is that life is short, fragile, and not worth stressing about. Everything is always in a constant state of flux - especially our molten core. Nothing is permanent, nothing is owned, nothing is for certain. We are but a tiny, wild planet in a huge universe and as humans we have been put on this earth to pour lava onto everyone and erupt our greatness onto the world so that it flows into the lives of others and forms solid families, friends, religions, politicians, and hardens into peaceful long lasting structures for our futures generations to build on. I saw the Goddes of the lava Pele in many manifestations - her face in the molten flow and her voice in my head. She reminded me that as women on this earth we have a duty to inspire, to flow with grace, and to live as the wild child that first reached it's legs to the earth. Thus I post this not as a photo to get views or praise or critique, but to share one of the most powerful moments of my life magically caught on camera by photographer @perrinjames1 - grateful to the support team for this life changing experience. I lava you all 🌋 IMPORTANT: I do not recommend doing this nor encourage it EVER, the water is boiling, the fumes are lethal and the ocean conditions are beyond treacherous. #alisonsadventures #lava #volcano