Yoga Pants

by Amy Eyrie on January 19, 2014

Without further ado, I give you Tim Hawkins singing the hilarious Yoga Pants Song:

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Yoga NY Style!

by Amy Eyrie 09.17.2013

How can you combine yoga with a NY musical? Here’s how….          

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It’s Gettin’ Real in the Whole Food’s Parking Lot!

by Amy Eyrie 03.15.2012
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Here’s another funny video from the culture ninjas who brought you the hilarious Yoga Girl video. Fog and Smog  are a collective of directors, writers, producers, editors, composers, musicians, designers, deejays and other creative types from The SF Bay Area and Los Angeles, who pool their talents together to deliver sly, social parodies. Without further […]

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Oh So Beautiful Body Type

by Carol Takakura 02.26.2012
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Almost all of us have a distorted image of our body, often due to the importance our culture places on outward appearance.  Everyday, an onslaught of media images featuring airbrushed models and celebrities, bombards us. Do any of these statements sound familiar?  I’m fat. I’m too skinny. If only I were taller, shorter, had curly […]

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Hey, Yoga Girl!

by Amy Eyrie 11.29.2011
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As yoga grows in the West, we see a creative, crazy and sometimes disturbing integration of ancient spiritual practices and modern, western capitalism. In the case of Yoga clothing retailer Lululemon Athletica who promoted Ayn Rand’s selfish philosophy called Objectivism on their bags by asking “Who is John Galt?” (a character in the novel Atlas […]

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Earth Meditation

by Amy Eyrie 11.13.2011
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Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.  Chief Seattle Earth is a living, breathing biosphere of energy, supporting us as we grow and evolve. We are creatures of magnetism […]

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One Light: The Musical Journey of Jeanne Newhall

by Kat Stimac 10.16.2011
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I was given a rare opportunity to participate in a Kirtan recording session with musical virtuoso Jeanne Newhall, who was making her first album of ancient Hindu chants entitled Blossom of Transformation. I originally meant to experience the process and interview Jeanne, but our discussion took me to unexpected places as we explored the parallels […]

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Uncontacted Tribes: The Last Free People on the Planet?

by Amy Eyrie 09.11.2011
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It’s hard to believe, but indigenous tribes continue to exist on our planet. These tribes have never had contact with the Internet, iPads, mass-produced food, manufactured drugs, rock & roll, rapid transportation, TV and the other myriad wonders and vices of our society. And like many living beings we encounter, their continued existence is in […]

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Moksha Festival: An Insider’s View with Arvind Chittumalla

by Sony Trieu 08.02.2011
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As the long, warm days following the summer solstice unwind, Los Angeles will hold the first Moksha Fesitival at Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center on Aug 13th and 14th.   The Moksha Festival will celebrate Yoga and its sister sciences, Ayurveda, Mantra, Jyotish, Vaastu and Kirtan and was created, organized and funded by Arvind Chittumalla. […]

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The Proof is in the Potato: A Case for Eating Organic Foods

by Sony Trieu 07.18.2011
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When I can’t sleep, I go to my laptop and log onto Facebook  to see who else is insane enough to be up at 2:30 in the morning.  That’s when I found an item posted by my friend Samantha Kaplan about a child’s science project gone haywire. In the video, a girl named Elise is […]

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The Dreamtime: Aboriginal Wisdom

by Amy Eyrie 07.05.2011
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The tribal wisdom of the Earth was sealed off, like an insect caught in amber, for 40,000 years, then given to us in the form of Aboriginal Wisdom. The indigenous Australians have 230 languages and countless dialects, but all of them speak of The Dreaming. The Aboriginal people did not use letters or write books, they […]

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