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Helping Kids Discover Balance Through Duncan Dance
By Susan Piperato On July 7, 2007

Dancing for the web of life.

Big Money in Copyrighting Yoga
By Suketa Mehta On November 5, 2007

The United States Copyright Office has issued 150 yoga-related copyrights, 134 patents on yoga accessories, and 2,315 yoga trademarks. There’s big money in those pretzel twists and contortions—$3 billion a year in America alone.

Shiva Rea on Shakti, Surfing, and Sadhana
By Yoga International On May 27, 2013

Shiva Rea talks about how she brings her practice into every part of her day—and life.

Playlist: Wanderlust 2011
By Yoga International On May 27, 2013

Yoga Joins the Circus: Backstage at Cirque du Soleil
By Shannon Sexton On May 27, 2013

Go behind the scenes with artists from Cirque du Soleil.

Music of the Heart
By Krishna Das On May 27, 2013

Kirtan master Krishna Das explains how he finds freedom through the joy of chanting.

Dharma Art
By Dakota Sexton On May 27, 2013

Miksang produces arresting photos of everyday life. Here are 5 tips for beginners.

Bhagavad Gita: Star of Film and Stage
By Anna Dubrovsky On June 10, 2013

The ancient Sanskrit text about the art of life gives life to contemporary art.

Kirtan’s Rising Stars
By Anna Dubrovsky On June 10, 2013

As part of Yoga International’s special report on “Yoga Rock Stars”, we named our “Top 6 Wallahs to Watch.”

Yoga Rock Stars: A Special Report
By Anna Dubrovsky On June 11, 2013

Kirtan, an ancient chanting practice from India, is newly in vogue in the West. It even has its very own…yoga rock stars!

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