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NomadYOGI is the Yogi's Social Network: A complete web platform designed to explore, organize, and share a yoga-centered life.

‘Ashtanga Yoga can be taught to anyone by an experienced and sensitive teacher’

New interview with Danny Paradise has popped up out of Italy. Complete transcription is here, and a brief excerpt: I aim to spend as much time as possible in Nature. When I can be immersed in Nature for long periods … Continue reading

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What’s Third Series Done for Me Lately?

Years ago when I took Tim Miller’s First and Second Series teacher trainings here in Encinitas, my favorite part of the discussion of the poses was the moment when we focused on the specific benefits of each asana. In First … Continue reading

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What’s your choice between Fear and Love?

This Is Just a Ride by the late, great Bill Hicks. http://bit.ly/1L0Bwh1     

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How do I market yoga retreats online?

Let’s face it, most yoga teachers (in fact many of the best) are not web savvy and don’t have time/skills/interest in creating a social media presence. Chances are, you don’t have a lot of experience maximizing search engine visibility or … Continue reading

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Another yoga studio set to go in after Ashtanga Yoga New York vacates

Originally posted on The Confluence Countdown:
There’s a lot of interesting information in this story by DNAinfo on the move of Ashtanga Yoga New York and the Broome St. Temple, but it is hard not to focus on this piece:…

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Ashtanga Yoga New York announces final day on Broome Street

Originally posted on The Confluence Countdown:
This is news I wasn’t expecting to have to share for a little while still: Broome St. Temple and Ashtanga Yoga New York’s last day in its current site (which Guruji dedicated and taught…

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‘He gave away more of himself then most people could give in a thousand years’

Originally posted on The Confluence Countdown:
Eddie Stern, not surprisingly, wonderfully sums up Pattabhi Jois’ life with the phrase that’s our headline — and he has parts of an interview with Guruji that he and Sharath did about 10 years…

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North India Yoga Pilgrimage

Join Hari-kirtana das and Beth Filla for two life-changing weeks of yoga, meditation, chanting, and adventure as you travel to the motherland of yoga: India. You’ll explore various aspects of yoga through daily classes and workshops, hear stories about the … Continue reading

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Are there membership plans on NomadYOGI, yet?

Finally, yes! Our SADHAKA plan is our first membership plan, released in 2015, built for Event Creators who love our free features and are ready to put more events into the directory. We designed it after listening to feedback from … Continue reading

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Why The Hell Have We Become So Distracted From Our Own Lives?

Originally posted on Unwasted Mind:
I was having a nice discussion with some friends the other day and we were basically having a talk about everything going on in the world right now and how its affecting all of us.…

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