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Detox Flow with Clara Roberts-Oss

12 Feb

Detox Flow with Clara Roberts-Oss

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The Sexiest Yoga Mat Alive

13 May

Here’s what happens when a yoga mat falls in love…pretty funny video actually, and I totally love the idea of a hotel stocking yoga mats in guest rooms…easier access to yoga mats is exactly what the world needs!

 

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21 Feb

 

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Meghan Currie‘s Yoga Videos

15 Jan

Stunningly, Searchingly, Peacefully Beautiful.

Filmed at the epic Magnific Rock in Nicaragua. madly in love with this place.
MUSIC: LIGHT by Dr Toast

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Bikram Yoga Isn’t as Crazy as it Sounds

20 Dec

Animated cartoon about a discussion of Bikram Yoga between an exercise addict and a co-worker who wanted to try it until she describes it. Anyone that has tried Bikram Yoga will probably understand this, especially if you’re anything like her.

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Yoga Transforming Lives | URBAN YOGIS

30 Oct

 

URBAN YOGIS is a unique documentary series featuring stories on the transformative power of yoga and meditation.* Beautifully shot, inspiring, and heartfelt – the series delves into the lives of cancer survivors, inner-city youth dealing with violence in their communities, recovering addicts, artists, youth in detention facilities, and more. Comedian Russell Brand, Grammy-nominated musician Moby, “yogi” businessman Russell Simmons, and author/doctor Deepak Chopra also share their stories and insights. Renowned yoga teacher Eddie Stern serves as our host and guide to the stories of these urban yogis.

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YOGAWOMAN : Never underestimate the power of inner peace.

25 Oct

 

Yoga was brought to the west from India by a lineage of male teachers. Now there’s a generation of women who are leading the way. They’re strong they’re inspiring and they’re radically changing peoples lives. From the busy streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya YOGAWOMAN uncovering a global phenomenon that has changed the face of yoga forever.

Yoga Sutra Now | Sneak Peak

25 Oct

 

A preview look at a new yoga show, Yoga Sutra Now. Certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher Jai Sugrim combines physical asana practice with a master class in understanding the origins of every pose, as well as movement, breathing technique, and meditative focus.

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Yoga Is: A Transformational Journey – Trailer

29 Sep


This is the story of a woman who thought she had it all — until she lost her beloved mother to cancer. Trying to process and understand her profound grief, Suzanne embarked on a journey and turned to a deeper practice of yoga. Along the way, she discovers what YOGA IS. Suzanne’s journey led her to India, where she studied various disciplines of yoga and met with respected gurus. During her visit, she came face-to-face with a near death experience and discovered that something had shifted within her; the light had returned. Inspired by her experience, she returned to the U.S. to explore what yoga means to the West and how it can transform lives. What she found was something wonderful: a path that can enable anyone to transform suffering in order to experience daily peace and happiness.

Acro Yoga by Equinox

27 Sep

 

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5 Aug

Bikram Yoga: 30 Day Challenge

2 Aug

Bikram Yoga: 30 Day Challenge [May 2011] from Think Loco! on Vimeo.

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Namaste! San Francisco International Airport introduces yoga room

14 Jul


SAN FRANCISCOStressed out by flying?

Travelers in Northern California can now find their inner calm in the Yoga Room at San Francisco International Airport.

The quiet, dimly lit studio officially opened last week in a former storage room just past the security checkpoint at SFO’s Terminal 2.

Airport officials believe the 150-square-foot room with mirrored walls is the world’s first airport yoga studio, said spokesman Mike McCarron.

The room, open to all ticketed passengers, contains a few chairs and yoga mats but no instructors or televisions. No shoes, food, drinks or cell phones are allowed.

“Silence is appreciated,” says a sign spelling out “Yoga Room Etiquette.”

A prominent blue-and-white sign with a Buddha-like pictogram beckons visitors: “Come check out our Yoga Room.”

Frequent flyer Maria Poole accepted the invitation, practicing a downward dog asana and other yoga poses before boarding her flight.

“It’s perfect,” said Poole, 47, of Lafayette. “I think it should be in every airport, especially the terminals that I fly through. This would be such a great way for me to get my exercise in, get a little peace and quiet — a little Zen moment.”

The Yoga Room is just the latest example of how airports are trying to improve the passenger experience and showcase their regional culture, noting the ancient practice’s popularity in the San Francisco Bay area, said Debby McElroy, executive vice president of Airports Council International-North America.

In recent years, airports have upgraded their food and shopping venues and added massage parlors, nail salons, dry cleaners and pet hotels, McElroy said, but SFO is the first to add a yoga room in North America and probably the world.

“I expect other airports will be looking at whether a yoga room at their airport makes sense,” McElroy said.

SFO officials say the idea came from a passenger who checked out the newly remodeled terminal last year and told Airport Director John Martin it was lacking one thing: a yoga room.

Martin, a long-time yoga practitioner, agreed. Airport managers spent $15,000 to $20,000 to turn the storage space into the yoga studio.

SFO officials had to design the Yoga icon after they couldn’t find one in the international guide of airport pictograms that direct travelers to taxis, restrooms and baggage claim carousels.

Lindsey Shepard of Fremont, who was traveling with Poole, said she liked having “a dark place to chill out and have a timeout and relax.”

“Flying can be stressful,” Shepard said. “It’s nice to have something to do at the airport besides sit around and eat bad food and read magazines.”

Of course, the Yoga Room isn’t for everyone.

“If I got into yoga, I might lose track of time and miss my flight,” said Robert Diaz, 52, of Seal Beach, who was visiting San Francisco with his wife. “I’d be so relaxed.”

viaNamaste! San Francisco International Airport introduces yoga room – NY Daily News.

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Source: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America

 

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Yoga gratuit à l’aéroport de San Francisco

14 Jul

 

Les voyageurs stressés pourront désormais se relaxer en faisant un peu de yoga à l’aéroport international de San Francisco. L’aéroport a officiellement inauguré la semaine dernière une salle de yoga ouverte gratuitement aux passagers, une première mondiale selon la direction.

La salle est située dans le Terminal 2, desservi par American Airlines, après les contrôles de sécurité. Elle est baignée de lumière bleue tamisée, plus apaisante que celle des néons installés dans le reste de l’aéroport. Les matelas sont bien sûr fournis. La salle est accessible de 4h30 à minuit, tous les jours et promet d’être très appréciée des passagers dont le vol aura été retardé ou qui ont une attente très longue entre deux vols.

Aucun professeur n’est présent sur les lieux, mais quelques lignes directrices seront bientôt affichées sur les murs du local pour guider les adeptes moins expérimentés.

viaYoga gratuit à l’aéroport de San Francisco | Violaine Ballivy | États-Unis.

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Yoga Room Opens In San Francisco International Airport – Source: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America

 

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