The Shine — A Mindful Variety Show

Connection: The inherent desire for conscious, authentic, and meaningful interactions with other people. This is what The Shine Movement means to me. While it can sometimes be easy to have superficial engagements via social media or at your favorite bar, these may or may not inspire. Yet in contrast, every time I spend an evening [...]

By | March 3rd, 2016|COMMUNITY|0 Comments

Seen and Heard – Los Angeles Events September

Los Angeles community events seen and heard during the month of September: Waves of Flags at Pepperdine University, Bhakti Fest and more.   Yoga Day at the Dodgers Stadium Photo by Jeff Skeirik/Rawtographer Rolling out their mats on the outfield at Dodgers Stadium, more than TK yogis practiced with YogaWorks teacher Mia Togo after watching [...]

By | September 29th, 2015|COMMUNITY|0 Comments

Janitor and CEO

The Yamas & Niyamas of Owning Your Own Yoga Studio At the end of March, I will close my beloved U Studio Yoga. For nearly a decade we were perched on the fifth floor of an art deco building in LA with views of the Hollywood sign and a wonderful devoted tribe who practiced together [...]

By | June 2nd, 2015|COMMUNITY|0 Comments

Teacher Profile: Bizzie Gold

Bizzie Gold: A leap of faith inspires an empowered tribe BUTI Yoga “The cure to something hidden or kept secret,” is the translation of the Marathi word “Buti.” This is the name dynamic trainer, fitness maven, and mother of two Bizzie Gold has given to her creative brainchild, Buti Yoga, the invigorating style she and her [...]

By | April 27th, 2015|Teacher Profiles|0 Comments

Rockstar Health & Fitness: Wyclef Jean

Rockstar Health & Fitness: Wyclef Jean My favorite memories of working with Wyclef Jean involve numerous occasions of him stopping by my office for a visit that began as a business meeting and then became a dance party.  At the time, he had just released his solo album, The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book.  [...]

By | March 28th, 2015|Interviews|0 Comments

Finding Self Love Through Our Yoga Practice

  Heroes and Villains. Ingénues and Femme Fatales. Black and White. These are the sweeping archetypes painted by many classic Hollywood films. From Spaghetti Westerns, where valiant, platinum-clad cowboys face snarling, menacing nemeses to Film Noir, where courageous detectives in trench coats righteously rescue damsels from evil men in black, characters are often drawn in [...]

By | January 27th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Secrets of Ancient Kundalini Chanting, Yoga and Meditation Techniques.

By Krishna Khalsa    An ancient Eastern mystical science fused with Western pragmatism at Los Angeles’ first Kundalini Yoga Expo, held at the end October and sponsored by 3HO’s Teacher Association (IKYTA). People from around the world gathered on the magnificent campus of Mount St Mary’s College, overlooking the J. Paul Getty Center, the Santa [...]

By | December 19th, 2014|Yoga|0 Comments

Point Dume

By Elise Joan Photos by Patricia Pena I’ve learned that there is neither magic nor adventure found in our comfort zone. The magic happens on the edge. In this spirit, I faced my own fear of heights (read: fear of falling from heights) by trekking to the very top of Point Dume and standing out [...]

By | December 19th, 2014|Yoga in the World|0 Comments

Teacher Training in LA – Grounds for Transformation

Throughout most of yoga’s 5,000-6,000 year history, its sacred teachings and rich traditions were transmitted through direct lineage, from guru to disciple, in secluded mountain caves and remote ashrams. Now, you can receive your yoga education in just 200 hours—at the gym, in a hotel conference room, during a luxury retreat in paradise, or even [...]

By | May 27th, 2014|Yoga|1 Comment