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The Healing Concert Interview with Wah! | Come Heal with Wah! this Summer

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The Healing Concert Interview with Wah! | Come Heal with Wah! this Summer

“Everything you need is contained in this music, close your eyes and receive.”-Sri Chinmoy Flow: How did the Healing Concert Manifest? Wah!: Most people know Wah! as the rocking band at the festivals, bringing up the energy, super high charged, and danceable music. However, I also teach yoga, I do yoga and I play music […]

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GURUGANESHA | Kundalini Yoga Mantra Music Artist Extraordinaire

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GURUGANESHA | Kundalini Yoga Mantra Music Artist Extraordinaire

Back in 1973, a young man left an up-and-coming rock band called Cat’s Cradle to walk the spiritual path, embracing the Sikh faith and the practice of Kundalini Yoga which he practices every morning to this day. It was a hard life choice. But his spiritual guide, the world-renowned master of Kundalini Yoga, Yogi Bhajan, […]

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Singing is Pranayama | Suzanne Sterling | BigHappyDay.com

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Singing is Pranayama | Suzanne Sterling | BigHappyDay.com

Suzanne Sterling takes you through some basic techniques to help you with your breathing and pranayama as it relates to singing, or chanting. These videos are courtesy of Kasey Luber and BigHappyDay.com Please share these videos with your colleagues, friends and family. Be sure to check out all of BigHappyDay.com’s videos and share the love, […]

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Q and A With Janet Stone | DVD Review

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Q and A With Janet Stone | DVD Review

Flow: Explain the differences of each video and your connections and inspirations to each. Janet: Radiant Mom: As a mother of two daughters and a practitioner of yoga I noticed that there was a lot of support before baby comes and then right after but once mamahood sets in there was not a community or […]

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Meghan Currie on Yoga

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Meghan Currie on Yoga

Meghan Currie is a a devout yogini and teacher based out of Vancouver, Canada. Her Bio: I love…. Handstands, motorcycles, smells, grafitti, safety pins, bicycles, pigeons, music, moss, languages, books, beets, mud, dancing, hydro lines, diagrams, sewing, teaching, surprises, shaking, yard sales, anatomy, instruments, sleeping outside, wisdom, nonsense, sprouts, spoons, body parts, seeds, insects, fears, […]

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Where Will Wanderlust Take You? | Wanderlust California, It’s On! | Tickets Are Still Available! July 18 – 21, 2013 | Squaw Valley, USA

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Where Will Wanderlust Take You? | Wanderlust California, It’s On! | Tickets Are Still Available! July 18 – 21, 2013 | Squaw Valley, USA

Tickets are still available for Wanderlust California. Wanderlust has exploded into the “go to” event of yoga festivals throughout the world, and 5 years ago, it all began at Squaw Valley. This upcoming weekend, it returns. Join us, and thousands of yogis, teachers, and performers, as we gather in community and practice together. You just […]

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Never Give Up | Arthur’s Story | The Power of Yoga

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Never Give Up | Arthur’s Story | The Power of Yoga

If this story can inspire someone you know, please share it with them! Arthur Boorman was a disabled veteran of the Gulf War for 15 years, and was told by his doctors that he would never be able to walk on his own, ever again. He stumbled upon an article about Diamond Dallas Page doing […]

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Top Chair Yoga Poses for Strength with Sadie Nardini

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Top Chair Yoga Poses for Strength with Sadie Nardini

Top Chair Yoga Poses for Strength (via Milford Beacon) Here’s some good news: Building strength doesn’t require a trip to the gym–or even a trip down to the floor. Instead, get strong and flexible with these five easy-to-learn yoga poses that can be done with just a chair. But don’t be fooled by their simplicity: […]

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Bring a Yogic Attitude to your Work and Find Satisfaction in your Job

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Bring a Yogic Attitude to your Work and Find Satisfaction in your Job

Bring a Yogic Attitude to your Work and Find Satisfaction in your Job (via Sydney Corporate Yoga) In her 30s, my neighbor Gretchen staked her life on the mantra, “Do what you love and the money will follow.” She left a corporate job to try making her living as a writer, something that felt more […]

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Dove’s Viral Video | How You See Yourself and How Others See You

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Dove’s Viral Video | How You See Yourself and How Others See You

This is a very powerful video, highlighting a very simple concept; How You See Yourself and How Others See You. It’s a reminder, that we are often our greatest critic, and that our beauty through the eyes of another, is often profound.

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Handstand From Utkatasana | Kino MacGregor | Ashtanga Yoga

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Handstand From Utkatasana | Kino MacGregor | Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga: Handstand From Chair Pose or Utkatasana (via NewsLook) Video News by NewsLook Ashtanga Yoga Instructor Kino MacGregor shows you how to work on lifting up into a floating arm balance from Utkatasana and discusses the correct flow of this posture in the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series.

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Feeding Children A Vegan Diet Is Growing In Popularity

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Feeding Children A Vegan Diet Is Growing In Popularity

Feeding children a vegan diet is growing in popularity (via The Daily News) BALTIMORE — Eleven-year-old Tyler Parker-Rollins says being vegan isn’t always easy. But he says it’s also “fun” and that he plans to be one “forever.” His 9-year-old brother, Will, loved it when his friends tried vegan pizza at his birthday party and “they […]

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Lightning In A Bottle 2013 | July 11-15, 2013 | Lake Skinner, Temecula, CA

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Lightning In A Bottle 2013 | July 11-15, 2013 | Lake Skinner, Temecula, CA

Lightning in a Bottle is a celebration of Art, Sustainability, Music, Performance, and Life Itself. LIB strives to be a greater expression each year. We take pride in curating local up and coming music talent and international world renowned artists. We paved the way for live painting at our events with Lightning in a Paintcan, […]

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California Spirit Festival | Sacramento, CA | April 26-28, 2013

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California Spirit Festival | Sacramento, CA | April 26-28, 2013

Local Yoga Businesses Join Together for First California Spirit Festival 3 Days of Yoga, Music, Meditation, Dance, Discussion & more April 26–28, 2013 Sacramento’s first-of-it’s-kind yoga festival brings together more than twenty northern California yoga studios to offer a weekend of yoga, music, dance, food, and community. Founded by Yoga Shala Sacramento’s Tyler Langdale and […]

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Celebrating the Divine Feminine | Shakti Fest 2013 | May 17-19, 2013 Joshua Tree, CA

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Celebrating the Divine Feminine | Shakti Fest 2013 | May 17-19, 2013 Joshua Tree, CA

Shakti Fest kicks off the summer yoga festival tour, and it’s hands down, one of the most amazing gatherings of yoga and kirtan. Joshua Tree’s weather is absolutely perfect this time of year and the collective gathering of people this particular festival draws is a powerful. Celebrating its third season, Shakti Fest the spring celebration […]

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Hanuman Festival | June 13-16, 2013 | Boulder, CO

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Hanuman Festival | June 13-16, 2013 | Boulder, CO

As yoga festival season rapidly approaches, we are pleased to support our friends at the Hanuman Festival. This event is special. It is centered around Hanuman, the deity that represents devotion. And this festival is all about devotion. The 3rd Annual Hanuman Festival will take place June 13-16, 2013 in beautiful downtown Boulder, CO. Featuring […]

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The Light of the Guru | Soham Bose

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The Light of the Guru | Soham Bose

Once a shepherd found a lion cub in the jungle. He brought it home. The cub grew up among the sheep. He started eating grass and bleating like a sheep. One day the sheep were grazing on the meadows near the jungle. It so happened that a lion saw the flock and noticed the cub […]

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The Do LaB Presents: Rise & Shine Gathering October 19th-21st | By Kellan Adams

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The Do LaB Presents: Rise & Shine Gathering October 19th-21st | By Kellan Adams

New to The Do LaB lineup is Rise & Shine Gathering, held October 19-21st at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Simi Valley, California.  Nestled on approximately 122 beautifully landscaped acres, this event will host some of the most prominent luminaries of our time. Highlighting all realms of interest with yoga, music, educational workshops, meditation and ceremony. […]

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My Yoga Online To Offer 1000 Free Yoga Classes on Mother’s Day

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My Yoga Online To Offer 1000 Free Yoga Classes on Mother’s Day

My Yoga Online unites body, mind and web this May by unlocking 1,000 free online classes to the global yoga community (via PR Newswire) Top online studio unlocks its website initiating a world-wide, collective “OM” VANCOUVER, April 15, 2013 /CNW/ – My Yoga Online, the world’s largest online yoga video company, is unlocking its entire […]

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Wanderlust California 2012 | By, Kellan Adams

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Wanderlust California 2012 | By, Kellan Adams

Host of Wanderlust, for its fifth consecutive year, Squaw Valley is quite possibly one of the most beautiful and sacred areas of North America. Rich with history and natural beauty, Squaw is one of the of the most magnetic places on the planet. Drawing world renowned yoga instructors, speakers, musicians and performers, Wanderlust organizers seek […]

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1st Annual Prana Fest | Ashland, OR | September 28 – 30, 2012

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1st Annual Prana Fest | Ashland, OR | September 28 – 30, 2012

This September the 1st annual Pranafest will bring some of the biggest names in yoga and kirtan to the tiny mountain town of Ashland, Oregon for a full-on celebration of devotion to the divine. The 3-day hot springs camping festival will feature classes, concerts and ceremonies by an all-star lineup of yoga teachers and kirtan […]

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Bhakti Fest 2012 | The Festival of Yoga, Kirtan and Wisdom Returns to Joshua Tree September 6 – 9, 2012

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Bhakti Fest 2012 | The Festival of Yoga, Kirtan and Wisdom Returns to Joshua Tree September 6 – 9, 2012

It’s just around the corner, one of our favorite gatherings of yoga, kirtan and celebration! Bhakti Fest is powerful gathering in the heart of Joshua Tree, bringing together yogis, musicians and teachers alike. You’ll experience four epic days of chanting, yoga and workshops to elevate you to a higher vibration. This is a “do not […]

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Leslie Kaminoff | Anatomy: The Alchemy of Habits | Turning Muscle Into Connective Tissue

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Leslie Kaminoff | Anatomy: The Alchemy of Habits | Turning Muscle Into Connective Tissue

Leslie Kaminoff, author of the #1 best-selling yoga book “Yoga Anatomy,” has been bringing the study of anatomy to life for over 25 years. Kaminoff’s acclaimed Yoga Anatomy Course, previously available only at his studio, The Breathing Project in NYC, has helped teachers and practitioners from yoga, dance, pilates, and somatic therapy backgrounds improve their […]

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The Dark Spaces of Time | By Lisa Eastman

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The Dark Spaces of Time | By Lisa Eastman

In the work of letting go, it is important to take responsibility for what we create. Responsibility meaning the ability to respond, not take the blame. Be kind to yourself through the journey because most of us already took the blame long ago, and spurred a story that sabotaged you along the way. When the […]

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Yoga Undressed | Ulitimate Freedom, Radiance, and Bliss

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Yoga Undressed | Ulitimate Freedom, Radiance, and Bliss

For Jennifer Kries, the concept of Yoga Undressed, evolved from somewhat of an autobiographical journey. It resulted as an inquiry into the process, which lead toward self-development and self-expansion. Years ago she took a naked yoga class in San Francisco. “Basically I treated my body as an instrument, as a vehicle for power, and accomplishment. […]

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Yoga Journal Conference Rocked San Diego 2012 | By Megan Seibel

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Yoga Journal Conference Rocked San Diego 2012 | By Megan Seibel

San Diego is a city that is known and loved for its fresh seafood, abundant shopping, hip nightlife, amazing beaches and fun attractions. In my opinion it is time to add yet another attribute to the list: great yoga. I moved here two years ago from San Francisco and missed my yoga community terribly. Slowly […]

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The Yoga Slackers | Leap of Faith | The Prana Collection

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The Yoga Slackers | Leap of Faith | The Prana Collection

Combining yoga and slack lining is no easy task. However, for the Yoga Slackers, it’s a passion, and the combination has quickly become an excitingly new and dynamic form of yoga that many people are embracing. Prana, an incredible company that was “born from experience” is a sponsor of the yoga slackers. In this video, […]

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The Practice of Wandering | Wanderlust Colorado 2012 | By Cristen Malia

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The Practice of Wandering | Wanderlust Colorado 2012 | By Cristen Malia

Wan-der-lust: noun. a strong desire or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world. Travel and explore the world; fabulous. Wander the world; not so much. I’m not skilled at wandering. Wandering insinuates that one can go with the flow and see where it takes you, present in the moment. Wandering is hard for […]

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The Power of Gemstones and Crystals | Energy Muse Jewelry | Torrance, CA

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The Power of Gemstones and Crystals | Energy Muse Jewelry | Torrance, CA

Gemstones and crystals have been used to balance the body for thousands of years. Crystal energy was used by tribes who had virtually no way of contacting each other such as the Mayans and Egyptians, confirming their powers were active and effective. Nowadays, crystals are perfect for balancing energy blockages that come from the stresses […]

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Inspired Reflections~Lightning in a Bottle 2012

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Inspired Reflections~Lightning in a Bottle 2012

Tis the season for festival going. We’re so blessed to be living in advanced times of enlightenment and awakening, where gatherings like Lightning in a Bottle are blossoming all over the globe. Lightning first struck initially in 2000, where a small  group of like minded people with a love of good music and the outdoors […]

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Tantra Yoga Retreat | Living a Life Of Ease and Flow | Hareesh Wallis, Mark Morford and Scott Blossom | August 18 – 22, 2012

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Tantra Yoga Retreat | Living a Life Of Ease and Flow | Hareesh Wallis, Mark Morford and Scott Blossom | August 18 – 22, 2012

Five Days to engage deeper into the essence of your own life! Dive into the yogic lifestyle and the profound teachings of Nondual Shaiva Tantra to discover how rigorous inquiry and surrender lead to ease and flow in your life. Experience deep teachings, regular asana, meditation, mantra, philosophy, amazing meals, and beyond, all in a […]

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Join The Yoga Aid World Challenge Today! | Help Us Raise $1M For Charity

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Join The Yoga Aid World Challenge Today! | Help Us Raise $1M For Charity

Become an ambassador for Yoga Aid today! Host an event in your community to help raise ONE MILLION for charity! YogaAid.com For more amazing videos from Kasey Luber and BigHappyDay.com, please visit: BigHappyDay.com Facebook Twitter

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DVD Review | Ira Israel’s Mindfulness for Urban Depression | By Rachel Meyer

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DVD Review | Ira Israel’s Mindfulness for Urban Depression | By Rachel Meyer

I sat down to review Ira Israel’s new DVD, Mindfulness for Urban Depression, one Friday night at the end of a nonstop few weeks. I’d been meaning to watch it for nearly a month, but having just returned from a week overseas, and with another teaching trip around the corner, my to-do list was miles […]

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