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  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga: Learning the basics

     
    My late grandfather always referred to yoga with distain as “that New Age, hippie stuff.” (of course, he referred to a lot of things as New Age, hippie stuff). With this in mind, I always considered yoga as something that wasn't for me, seeing...
  • Making yoga more Christian…or Jewish…or Muslim

     
    In Southern California and elsewhere, Christians, Jews and Muslims are explicitly seeking to connect their own faiths with one of the most identifiable aspects of Hinduism and Buddhism: Yoga. The Los Angeles Times has a story about the proliferation of &#...
  • Late Night Yoga at YogaCo

     
    This one goes out to anyone who has seethed with envy at the people who have time for yoga. If your crushing work schedule has alienated you from mastering Zen, perhaps a Late Night Yoga session at the YogaCo in Santa Monica is in order. Monday and...
  • Earth Day: beach yoga and cleanup planned in Daytona Beach

     
    Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, a day founded to raise environmental awareness and promote a cleaner, healthier world. Of course, there have been several local events marking the occasion this past weekend, with several being held...
  • Learn how yoga is more than just a way to stay fit

     
    As yoga exercise classes have become commonplace in gyms and yoga studios have become unremarkable additions to strip malls throughout the nation, it's easy to forget that yoga is actually a meditative religious practice specific to Hinduism, Jainism...
  • Bikram yoga: Does it work for you?

     
    The main obstacles to my running as loosely and freely as I would like are the heat, humidity and my balky back. If I want to continue to run outdoors, which I prefer, I will have to deal with the heat and humidity. My back? I've tried stretching,...
  • Former Orlando Opera director teaching classes this summer

     
    Here's news from Valencia: Former Orlando Opera director Robert Swedberg will teach summer classses at the college. Details, as follows: Following the success of last year's summer opera program, visiting artist Robert Swedberg, former director of the...
  • Shopping update: 'Launch My Line's' Kathy Rose's Roseark opens in Santa Monica

     
    Openings Opening this week, “Launch My Line” winner Kathy Rose launches a second Roseark location on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica. The new location carries jewelry and fashion, including Jennifer Meyer’s 18-karat “beso” stud earrings ($275...
  • Mango Festival headed to Miami’s Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

     
    It's the 18th annual International Mango Festival at the South Florida attraction, which this year is celebrating the Mangos of India. It runs Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, July 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and features everything for the mango l...
  • Blue Dog Beer Tavern raises money for gulf cleanup; the Parlor Hollywood opens; yoga and breakfast at the Beachcomber Cafe at Malibu Pier

     
    On Tuesday the Blue Dog Beer Tavern in Sherman Oaks is holding a fundraiser to benefit the International Bird Rescue and Research Center. Based out of San Pedro, the IBRRC was among the first groups to arrive in the Gulf......
  • Going to San Antone? JW Marriott has a hotel deal

     
    The JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa opened in January and now touts itself as the world's largest JW Marriott Resort.  The resort is celebrating its first summer season by offering special rates for the last days of summer. &#...