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Bhutan Travel yoga

So, you’ve booked your Bhutan trip… Or, maybe you just discovered a stunning photo of the famed Tiger’s Nest monastery (Taktshang Goemba) perched atop a jagged precipice on a mountain cliff and you’re ready to go! It could be that you saw Tshering Togbay’s TED Talk about Bhutan’s famed commitment to Gross National Happiness, which made you want to […]

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There’s a lot of conversation out there about the yoga of Instagram and trademarks; the idea that yoga is an “exclusive” practice or one that belongs to a certain group of people. According to a new survey from Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance, these ideas are keeping some Americans from trying yoga while, at the same […]

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Mayan Riviera Cooking

We, ladies and gentlemen, are creatures of habit. Most of us actively participate in the same routine over and over again. The same workouts, the same work days, the same meals. Not because we are lazy slobs, no, rather because it’s comfortable! Comfort is pretty rad and all (yeah, I said rad), but I feel it […]

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Dianne Bondy Yoga

Despite what some media, groups, and people may have led us to believe, there is a yoga for everyone and a yoga for every body. Yoga is not the exclusive domain of the super fit, healthy, wealthy, new-agey, athletic, or flexible. Yoga is inclusive of all who are willing to practice it. Unfortunately, some commonly […]

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What are the keys to happiness in our daily lives? The search for those answers can last most of us a lifetime. But what is travel if not the chance to learn from different people and cultures? And, of course, what is yoga if not a chance to open our hearts and minds to the possible? With […]

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Koha Yoga
Whaka and Sara
Venice Beach, California

Can you think of one gift that you are sharing with the world? Give a warm welcome to our new Travel Yogi, Whakapaingia (Whaka) from Koha Yoga as he helps you hone in on just that! Whether it’s on the mat, acro flying, or soaking up the Mexican sun… Whakapaingia will inspire you fully. Mark […]

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Paris

We’ve all been glued to the television this weekend and watched Paris be attacked, endure a night of fright and the unknown, and move into a day of grief, strength and worldwide support. As our travel yogi Alexa Silvaggio so brilliantly said, “When this sort of dark cloud falls over humanity, we have two choices, […]

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