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Have you ever had an intuition so strong that if you didn't act, you would feel sick to your stomach? Well, that's what led me to stop yoga for 8 weeks and step into the boxing ring with no experience.
Glenn Brown of Array Yoga studio (@lionflowyogaman) and 2018 USA Yoga Champion steps back on the stage in 2019 to share an artistic expression that not only highlights his amazing strength and flexibility but adds elements of Qi-gong, Tai-chi, and Kung-Fu while set to a symphonic musical backdrop.
When I first heard about a yoga competition taking place in Columbus several years ago, I was taken aback. Sacrilege is the first word that came to mind. As someone who has committed his life to all things yoga, I felt like the message of non-attachment and non-judgment was made pretty clear. Why would people…
For their latest photo shoot, photographer Monty Stilson and practitioner Henry Winslow kept the camera rolling to capture this amazing sequence of advanced postures and graceful transitions set to rainy day vibes in the tranquility of the Lighthouse Yoga School in Brooklyn.
Set against the meditative backdrop of city life and cinematic sounds, this exquisite video of Chauncie Parchment at Yoga Tribe Brooklyn offers a personal look at the strength, grace, and spirituality that flows through his practice. The film was shot and produced by Monty Stilson and features Chauncie wearing our Wallace bamboo yoga shorts.
The landscape of men’s fashion and athletic trends is constantly changing and, ironically, those of us who practice non-attachment to material things are easily influenced by them.
For your viewing pleasure! The link underneath will take you on a short journey through Henry Winslow’s inspiring practice in the ambient setting of the Lighthouse Yoga School in Brooklyn. All of the pictures were taken and laid out by the very talented Monty Stilson. Enjoy! https://spark.adobe.com/page/xKYaLjsDATz7b/ Apparel: The Caesar Shorts in Heather Gray The…
The one thing yoga has taught us time and time again is to listen to our bodies. It teaches us about the muscle fibers in our knees, the tightness in our hips, and the balance we gain from engaging our perineum (who knew?). However, when applying the 'listen to our body' principal outside of the studio, it feels like all is lost. How many times has your brain talked your gut out of an answer, discounted an instinct as irrational, or forced you to wait until you could no longer stomach the feeling of a difficult conversation you knew about several moons ago?