What better than “A Yoga Manifesto” in The New York Times today to follow up yesterday’s post on yoga’s past, present, and future. Definitely recommended for reading and contemplation. Great comments, by the way, on yesterday’s post as well. Thanks to all for the additional perspective.
From Yoga to the People’s homepage:
Something to think about.
interesting….I also wrote about that article on my blog, with a bit of a different twist….
Linda-Sama – I’m curious to read your take on the article. What’s your blog address?
Thanks for posting this – I may not have seen it otherwise. Vital Yoga in Denver, CO, also has a donation-based fee structure. Their website made me cry, I was so moved: http://www.vitalyoga.org/pricing.php.
Thanks for sharing Tiffany! I added a link to your blog by the way. I especially enjoyed your post about discovering the joys of half pigeon pose. Namaste!
Thanks very much – I’ve added a link to your site as well. Have a great Sunday!
the nytimes has been writing on yoga so much you think the editors type with their mats rolled up under their desks
Hahaha! I’ve noticed the same thing as well. They obviously have yoga on the mind.
AAAAAAAH now that’s better. The focus on yoga fashion just makes me really uncomfortable… weren’t we checking out of ego land when we enter the studio? I at least TRY to. Honest effort right? Great post… take care. I’m a new follower on your blog.
Definitely happy to hear from a new reader Anna. I added a link to your yoga blog and plan on checking in often:)
My only concern with Yoga to the People is the amount of people they have in a class. I don’t understand how a teacher can properly teach or how a student can properly learn and not get injured if the class is so full. Especially if you have people of all different levels. I love everything else that they are about though.