By: Mar-Li Pitcher It’s a Tuesday afternoon. You’ve got your latte in hand and you’re ready to take over the world, one downward facing dog at a time. 1. You’re Fearless Yoga pants don’t exactly leave a lot to the imagination. But you don’t care about that, do you? You’ve
Step aside Donald Trump, there’s a new bad hombre in town. Bikram Choudry is a self proclaimed yoga “guru” who founded a 26 pose heated yoga sequence that seduced thousands of young seekers. There are 330 Bikram studios in the United States and 600 worldwide; this is far beyond your local community yoga class. Bikram is also a 70 year old guy who teaches class in a tiny speedo, wears a $1 million diamond encrusted watch, and recently has had 6 sexual assault cases filed against him.
Fit of Mind is a start-up performance center offering exercise services aimed at restoring health to fitness. Their mission is to educate clients on how to train smarter, not harder, for optimal prosperity. On Saturday July 9 join them during their grand opening and inaugural ‘Freedom Festival’ day of Fitness, Fun and
So…yoga’s pretty popular. Yoga can be really great for you. It can help you develop better flexibility and ease up some pains. It can help you feel calmer and give you an outlet for anxiety. It can help you make friends and meet a new community of people. What it
One of my favorite photographers in the world, Victoria Smith, went to the Bali Spirit Festival last month. She took lots of photos and experienced what seems like one of the more enchanting festivals in the world. Below are her words and beautiful photos: Spring is a special time in Ubud
Normally, getting on a strange boat when it’s dark outside is a bad idea. It typically means you’ve been Shanghaied by gold rush era sailors or worse, tricked into going crab fishing. But if you’re like me, and you’re looking around at San Francisco and wondering ‘where did all the weird
There is a wave of tea houses in San Francisco with popularity surging. They aren’t exactly new—what with places like Samovar being household names for years—but they are growing in scope, scale and (metaphorical) buzz.