Make Chanting Part of Your Practice

Meet Robin Duryea, a Bay Area-based yogi and teacher committed to expanding your view on what a yoga practice is all about. Robin found yoga at a very early age and connected to the emotional and mental benefits of her practice as well as the physical. You see, yoga is much more than the postures, and Robin is dedicated to showing the community that with her new … Continue reading Make Chanting Part of Your Practice

The Lowdown on Plant Based Protein

by Stacey Ellis As a plant-based chef and vegan food educator (let’s say “vegucator” for short), I help people find their way towards a lifelong delicious and satisfying plant-based diet. It’s a career I love, and I’ve never felt a greater sense of purpose and urgency as I do in this work. That’s right. I’m in a big ol’ hurry about it. We all should be. … Continue reading The Lowdown on Plant Based Protein

Practice in Peru with Rebecca Mayne

Rebecca Mayne is a San Francisco yoga teacher with a deep background in the practice and a childhood spent as an athlete. She’s gearing up to lead an August retreat in Peru for a group of local and international yogis. The best part? You can either attend as a teacher-in-training and leave with your 200-hour certification or pick seven days to simply enjoy the sun, … Continue reading Practice in Peru with Rebecca Mayne

Yoga with a View

Meghan Rozanski has been dancing since she could walk, running since middle school, and social sweating all over Massachusetts and Boston (did you know that the Falmouth Road Race was the start of her family’s vacation for thirty-one years?) for as long as she can remember. She found yoga after getting sidelined from her regular running schedule. Now? She has her 200-Hour Yoga Alliance certification and teaches … Continue reading Yoga with a View

One Love Movement: Danni Pomplun

The One Love Movement is coming to San Francisco next month. Get ready for an afternoon of yoga, community and giving back with Lululemon Ambassadors Danni Pomplun, Jacqui Rowley, Martin Scott, and Susannah Freedman.  Even better? All proceeds from this event will be donated to Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco as well as the One Love shelter in India, which is home to … Continue reading One Love Movement: Danni Pomplun

Six Weeks of Social Sweat at Janji

14 teachers. 22 classes. 300 sweat hours. When Janji offered us the opportunity to bring fitness classes to their spring pop-up shop, we knew it would be a match made in heaven. Not only were we happy to partner up with a mission-driven brand that helps provide clean water in countries around the world, but we also jumped at the chance to bring more opportunities … Continue reading Six Weeks of Social Sweat at Janji

Talking Donation Based Yoga with Mike Richardson

Those who know and practice with Mike Richardson in San Francisco may know him as The Twisted Yogi. But he’s far from twisted. In fact, he’s a very straight shooter. Mike moved to San Francisco in 2008 after spending twenty-two years in Lake Tahoe. While in Tahoe he was the ultimate skier and backcountry enthusiast at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. The man has even … Continue reading Talking Donation Based Yoga with Mike Richardson