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Posted on April 11th, 2010 8:44:50 AM
How to Get to Yoga Class, Without Moving a Muscle
“What with long workdays, overscheduled kids, the need to sleep, socialize and catch up on TiVo, getting to a yoga class can sometimes feel like just another item to cross off the to-do list. Then there’s the price tag: $17 to shed your frazzled self in the company of sweaty strangers, while a bargain in the cosmic sense, can sting deeply in these recessionary times. Enter online yoga.” Read More…
Posted on March 18th, 2010 9:12:27 AM
“Dotcom” Turns 25: My Predictions for What Comes Next
“The Internet has contributed much to the first two kinds of knowledge — science (in the form of easy access to reams of data and information) and opinion — but has in many ways taken us further away from illumination and our inner source of wisdom.
Hence the growing need to pull the plug on our hyper-connectivity. To disconnect from all our devices in order to reconnect with ourselves. There are already a plethora of Internet sites, mobile apps, and high-tech tools that make it easier to do just that — everything from yoga sites that let you take classes via your computer to mobile apps that provide guided meditation to devices that allow you to monitor your stress level.” Read More…
Posted on September 28th, 2009 4:26:55 PM
Posted on August 24th, 2009 11:35:17 PM
Yogaglo This Santa Monica, Calif.based studio streams yoga classes onto your home computer for $18 a month.
Yoga studios typically offer a range of classes, from beginners’ Vinyasa to advanced Bikram. However, classes often cost upward of $20 each and aren’t always available when you want them. That’s why Yogaglo’s online video stream is so worthy of a yoga devotee’s attention. For less than $20 a month, members get access to dozens of new classes that are streamed onto your computer through a camera set up in the yoga studio. Classes are posted online regularly and feature several yoga styles, including Vinyasa Flow, Anusara, pre?and post?natal yoga, and Hatha at varying skill levels. Through Yogaglo’s Web site, guests can also chat with instructors, participate in forum discussions and track the amount of time spent practicing. What’s more, 5% of profits go to one of the company’s nonprofit partners.
For more information, visit www.yogaglo.com.
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Posted on August 24th, 2009 11:05:40 PM
Yogaglo takes the concept of downloadable audio yoga classes to its logical next step: online streaming video classes which are available any time with your membership.
How it Works
The classes are recorded live at the Yogaglo studio in Santa Monica, California. (If you live near there, you can also take these classes for free with your membership). The videos are then uploaded to the Yogaglo website, where you can view them. The membership fee is $18 a month, which gives you unlimited access to the online archive of videos.
What’s on Offer
A dizzying array of yoga styles are available, including vinyasa, Anusara, Jivamukti, and prenatal. You can also choose your session by the length of the class (from five minutes to two hours), the level of practice, area of anatomical focus, or the teacher. While some areas are better fleshed out than others, there is enough selection for you to find classes that will suit your needs, plus the content is constantly being updated with new classes.
Why it Works
These videos offer real yoga classes, not some guru demonstrating poses in front of a waterfall. The site offers both depth and breadth, and will only continue to expand. One of the most exciting features is a selection of classes with some of yoga’s leading teachers. Ever wonder what an Anusara class with the style’s founder, John Friend, would be like? Now you can find out.
The site’s big strength is in its variety. Only have time for a short class? You can do that. In the mood for some abdominal work? You can do that too. Yogaglo is a great way to get quality yoga videos any time you want them. Though nothing can totally replicate the experience of a real, live yoga class, Yogaglo offers a very nice alternative.
By Ann Pizer, About.com
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Posted on August 24th, 2009 10:39:58 PM
Don’t have time to go to yoga class? Now you can bring real yoga classes from top instructors into your own home, or on the go. Kurt introduces you to Yoga Glo, a brick and mortar yoga studio that’s gaining global attention for its digital classes.
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Posted on August 24th, 2009 3:46:04 PM
“Now I know what you’re thinking.
And yes: I know fitness is in style every season. But this summer in particular, it isn’t about looking like you’ve been to boot camp and back-it’s about treating yourself right. After all, the real trick to rocking that itsy-bitsy-teeny-weenie super hot designer bikini is strutting it with confidence to spare and accessorizing with a million kilowatt smile.
So treat your body like a temple-although I prefer to treat mine like a Dream House–with these online yoga classes from Yogaglo. No need to get into downward dog in public: Yogaglo lets you practice in private. And with so many classes to choose from, you’ll be flexible as plastic in no time. Fab!
Posted on August 23rd, 2009 11:08:40 PM
Let It Go
A free two-month membership to Yogaglo? Yeah. Access to all class streams (filmed in HD, of course) plus sessions at the Santa Monica studio? Om, yeah. Try a variety of levels and styles from vinyasa flow to meditation. Register online at yogaglo.com/dailycandy.
Yogaglo, 1800 Berkeley Street, at Nebraska Avenue, Santa Monica (yogaglo.com).
*Offer valid through August 25. Guest teachers, workshops, and events excluded.
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Posted on August 23rd, 2009 8:30:45 PM
Yoga lovers will be jumping for joy (or rather, doing the Downward Dog) thanks to Yogaglo, a new online interactive site that streams yoga classes in HD, allowing anyone to take advantage of the advice of talented teachers without leaving their home or trading in their PJs for pricey gear. Of course, if you’re still keen to be old-fashioned and gregarious (as in, flirt with that blue-eyed yogini), just pop on into the studio and set up your membership in person.
Posted on August 20th, 2009 2:15:20 PM
“If Yogaglo isn’t yet a household name, just wait. It’s a creative addition to the ever- glowing world of yoga. With a twist. It’s virtual. Not completely, but it has the option.”
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