Peace Love and Misunderstanding

Opens in theaters June 8th

By Jordan Younger

When we think of Woodstock, we think of ’60s counterculture festivals and a free-spirited vibe. According to the upcoming feature film Peace, Love and Misunderstanding, not much has changed with the Woodstock of today. The town itself ends […]

By | June 5th, 2012|Film|2 Comments

Comedy Benefits Yoga-Based Activism

Off the Mat into the WorldAs yoga becomes more mainstream by the day, partnerships between charitable organizations and Yoga-driven endeavors raise funds and consciousness, even with humor.

On November 16, the newly formed organization, Transforming the World Through Comedy, will launch […]

By | December 15th, 2011|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Arm and Arm

They say follow your bliss but I say follow your pain. Because I’m starting to notice that when I follow my pain, then my bliss follows me.

This happened recently with my arm pain. The pain had become so bad that at the end of class, […]

By | November 27th, 2011|Health & Wellness|0 Comments

Teacher Profile: Beth Lapides

100% Happy 88% Of The Time…And In The Moment

The first time I encountered Beth Lapides, she was accepting an award for her work as a comedian, teacher, entertainer, speaker, and collaborative force in creating funny, smart, and dare we say uplifting storytelling through the popular […]

By | March 26th, 2011|Teacher Profiles|0 Comments

Beth Lapides’ 100% Happy 88% Of The Time

Community : Seen & Heard

Cha-Ching: Swapping The Mind For A Song
Wednesdays Through December 15!

Having been hit hard on the head by the Woo Woo Fairy’s weighty wand early on (at birth), I’m already a member of the striving-towards-awakening choir to which Beth Lapides is not really […]

By | November 27th, 2010|Health & Wellness|0 Comments

A More Perfect Yoga

One of my teachers describes the ultimate expression of a pose to his mostly beginning students with the phrase: In a perfect Yoga world. For instance he might say: In a perfect Yoga world, your head would meet your foot.

On good days In a perfect […]

By | March 28th, 2010|Yoga|0 Comments

To See Or Not to See

Not being an actress, model or wannabe of any kind, I don’t think my eye pillow would mind if I tell you it is old. Fortunately, its dark purple color camouflages nine years of eyeliner residue. (Yes, I’m one of those girls who wears makeup […]

By | December 5th, 2009|Meditation|0 Comments

Either Orb

A Family Photo Album

Sometimes you’re born into a family, sometimes you marry into one and sometimes you find your family in a room filled with sweaty headstanders. But whether you are bound by blood, love or belief, family means family photos. Usually the family comes […]

By | July 23rd, 2009|Spirituality|0 Comments

My Other Car Is A Yoga Mat: The Mistress Cleanse

One day I walked into class and noticed that since I had seen my teacher last, like two days ago, he’d changed. Good-bye robust athletic yogi, hello rock star. Not the junkie kind either. The thin, trim, spry, stage-roaming, glowing kind.

After class, when I asked […]

By | June 24th, 2009|Detox & Cleanse|0 Comments

My Other Car Is A Yoga mat: State Of The Union

The other day Greg and I were stuck in some mood-ruining slow-and-go traffic. Instead of picking a fight we picked a mantra (sacred syllable) and started chanting. Somewhere between the opening om and the closing swaha, the air cleared and we were in it together […]

By | May 25th, 2009|Yoga|0 Comments