4 beginner workshops for yoga newbiesJan. 08, 2013 | 5 Comments
A handful of New York’s top yoga studios are rolling out mats for first-timers.
Visiting yogi report: 3 Questions for Canada’s top AshtangisApr. 30, 2012
This weekend two of Toronto’s most beloved yoga teachers return to New York City for their annual residence at the Shala, where they’ll lead workshops on opening the hips and building stability in the shoulders (plus a teacher intensive), and teach two Mysore Ashtanga practices. Ron Reid co-owns and his partner Marla Meenakshi Joy […]
Healthy ways to commemorate September 11thSep. 09, 2011 | 6 Comments
Looking for a yoga class or a loving-kindness meditation on 9/11? We offer healthy ways to honor the day.
New yoga-dinner series: Saturday Night KulaFeb. 24, 2011 | 5 Comments
This Saturday, Schuyler Grant is inaugurating a new monthly yoga, live music, and dinner party series at Kula Yoga Project Williamsburg.
Top NYC yoga teachers share tips for keeping cool in classJul. 08, 2010 | 1 Comment
There’s hot yoga. And then there’s accidentally hot yoga. How to keep your cool, extricate yourself from a yoga top, and other hot-weather tips…
YogaMaya opens in the Flatiron with a dreamteam of teachersJun. 28, 2010 | 1 Comment
YogaMaya opens in the Flatiron District with a dreamteam of popular downtown NYC yoga teachers.
Home schooled: A yoga teacher’s West Village apartment is her classroomMar. 15, 2010 | 5 Comments
Yoga in NYC is currently a tale of two houses: Behemoths like Pure and YogaWorks, which lure the yoga-as-workout crowd to their mega-studios. While, on the other end of the spectrum, a handful of yoga teachers are instructing in substantially homier settings. Literally. That’s been Alex Auder’s M.O. for some time.