In honor of Saraswati, the Hindu deity of knowledge and the creative arts, this is the YogaRose.net space for the latest yoga-related news.
Enlightenment 2.0? 21st Century Yoga: Culture, Politics & Practice is now out
Monday, Sept. 24, 2012
Collection of essays examining contemporary North American yoga and its connection to issues – funded through Indiegogo — is now available for purchase.
David Robson releases instructional video on jumping back and through
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Online video rental and DVD available of David Robson’s latest instructional video, Learn to Float: Jump Back and Jump Through.
MP3 of a practice drumbeat, MP3 of led Ashtanga primary series
Friday, Jan. 20, 2012
David Robson has released two MP3s based on his Learn to Float DVD. One MP3 features simply the sound of one drumbeat per second, so that you can feel a steady rhythm for your practice. The other is a led primary series class with the drumbeat.
Ashtanga Michigan Groupon
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011
I’ve been out of town for work, so this is being posted a day later than I would have liked. A friend yesterday sent me the Groupon Detroit deal. I’m glad she did, since I live about 90 minutes west of Detroit, so I’m not as in tune with the deals there. It’s for Ashtanga Michigan, a traditional shala in the town of Royal Oak.
New ‘mesmerizing’ DVD teaches you to float
David Robson releases DVD/online video stream
Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011
Ashtanga yoga — apparently, now there is actually an app for that.
Michael Gannon Yoga releases iPhone/iPad app
Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011
Michael Gannon announced on his website over the Labor Day weekend that he has released the first Ashtanga Yoga Mobile App for the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The app, available through the iPhone App Store, costs $2.99 and features content for beginners and advanced students alike.
Ashtanga Yoga + Social Media Grid
YogaRose.net launches new database of digitally connected ashtangis
Monday, Sept. 5, 2011
The Ashtanga Yoga + Social Media Grid, curated by YogaRose.net, features mostly English-language yoga instructors, devoted practitioners, authors, bloggers and photographers who use social media to spread the love when it comes to the beautiful and challenging practice of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga.
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