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August 30, 2014
Profile on a Yoga Studio Owner

When my daughter was a baby, I became an entrepreneur.  My husband and I opened up a tapas bar in South America. Even though it was his idea, and he had a restaurant management background, I ran the place while he kept his day job. It was tough to make the business profitable, and I […]

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August 28, 2014
Men of all Shapes and Sizes Practice Yoga

Men and Yoga. In India, this is the norm. I get a special pleasure seeing men in the States, of all ages and all shapes, doing yoga. In the U.S., we have a stereotype of who is a yogi. I never thought I fit that stereotype. It took an older (than me–lol) man living at […]

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August 26, 2014
Free Day of Yoga in San Antonio -- Finally

I’m a yoga addict. I don’t drink coffee, alcohol, or soda. I don’t smoke. I don’t gamble. But I’m an addict.  I gotta have several servings of yoga, each day. If not, I feel like I’m a zombie. Yoga invigorates me. Yoga relaxes me. Yoga defines me. Yoga unites my MBS. Yoga is my Union. […]

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March 11, 2014
Krishna Das: The Long Island Kirtan Wallah

His first concert attracted only four people in a New York City yoga studio. Since then, he’s made Kirtan (devotional music) a bestseller, moving millions with his heartfelt vocals and harmonium playing.  He’s performed on the Grammys and was the subject of a documentary that was released in 2013. He’s the Kirtan Wallah (maker) aka […]

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March 7, 2014
More to Yoga Than Pretzels

Growing up in Dallas and Hawaii, fitness and meditation was the last thing on Jared McCann’s mind.  He was a party boy and indulged in far too many illegal drugs. He got a degree from UT and moved to New York City. At the age of 26, he got on a yoga mat and his […]

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March 3, 2014
Lives Transformed Through Yoga

Most people think of yoga as a very private and quiet activity. Yogis typically perform their sequence of postures in tranquility, behind closed doors. That won’t be the case March 14-16 at the 2014 USA Yoga National Championship, when more than 200 highly skilled yogis representing 36 states will gather at San Antonio’s historic Aztec […]

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February 25, 2014
Yogis in the Spotlight for National Competition

Yogis in the house, tell the truth.  You may be used to sweating and breathing up close and personal next to a hundred fellow yogis on their sticky mats. But how about a string of 150-200 yogis, one yogi at a time,  and 1500  onlookers? Most yoga studios have a special energy.  The  OM and Namaste […]

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January 30, 2014
The Best Form of Intoxication is Healthy and Free

When The Beatles made their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, in 1964, it changed the lives of an entire generation. As the Beatles found enlightenment in India, the search for self-realization and yogic philosophies saved many young people from digging themselves deeper into a dark world of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Back […]

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