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Posted by on January 24, 2011 in
And so the journey began, with just one step….Jessica walked into Zuda Yoga Center and rediscovered a passion that had been dormant for years. As a growing teacher and lifelong student, Jessica views her teaching role as Galileo implied, "We cannot teach people anything we can only help them discover it within themselves"…as that of a guide. She strives to weave grace into the most difficult...
Posted by on January 22, 2011 in
I can't lie. I haven't spent a good chunk of time researching the art and science behind practicing yoga. I've heard the terms and mantras and have become familiar with both, but my knowledge of the deeper meanings doesn't stretch far beyond that. I began practicing hatha yoga in my late teens as another form of fitness. Since then, I have used yoga as a time in my busy week that I can be alone;...
Posted by on January 21, 2011 in
Since age four, Chicago-based songwriter / performer Andrew Bird has been playing music ranging from classical to early country blues, but has spent the past 13 years writing pop music infused with unconventional violin, glockenspiel, guitar, and his trademark whistling. He's released 11 albums, most recently the widely lauded Noble Beast(2009) which has won praise from Esquire, the New York...
Posted by on January 19, 2011 in
Each Saturday morning from 11:00am-12:30pm, Elena Brower and Garth Stevenson lead a 70+ person class at New York City's Virayoga studio. Elena Brower is a certified Anusara instructor, the co-founder of Virayoga, and a teacher for over 13 years. Previously, Elena has led classes for us at Wanderlust Festival, Museum of Modern Art, and Great Lawn in Central Park amongst other locations. To catch...
Posted by on January 17, 2011 in
Hala Khouri, M.A., E-RYT, has been teaching the movement arts for over 20 years. Her roots are in Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga, dance, Somatic Psychology, and the juicy mystery of Life itself. Creative movement and honest self-exploration has always been a source of tremendous healing for Hala, and her calling to share this with others has been clear to her since she began teaching at the age of 16...
Posted by on January 14, 2011 in
The Shaman's Dream World Groove Ensemble is a collective of Los Angeles based musicians and dancers dedicated to building community though world music, ecstatic dance and sacred ritual. In 1997, Kohland and Berry created a highly acclaimed community world music and ecstatic dance journey process called "Zen Dancing". Their work with Zen Dancing has been highlighted on the BBC, Lifetime Television...