Chose your own adventure…

On some days it seems like I could flip a coin and decide to keep on traveling, living like a vagabond and partaking in some of the greatest experiences with amazing people around the world…or I could find a nice place to settle, buy some land, set up a yurt with a garden, have a […]

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Slackin’ on Printing Costs – do it yourself sweatshop

I’ve done the math before and it never seems to add up that the typical cost of having t-shirts professionally printed justifies the amount of time put into making them and thus compensates people accordingly. Annie Leonard noted this process quite effectively (and with really cute animated characters) in her Story of Stuff video and […]

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grace under bite… Sam vs. copperhead apparently YogaSlackers can’t escape adventure, even if we try

It was a beautiful day that started with a morning vinyasa warm up followed by a slackline class and a massive brunch. Our bellies were full and content and we were excited to be back outdoors surrounded by nature as we made our way up the 5 minute approach to the climb site in the […]

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East Coast Slackasana Series- 3 workshops and only a couple spots left

Adi here back on the East Coast and so excited to be working with Brooklyn Boulders in NYC to offer the first Slackline Series course consisting of 3 two hour workshops. This course is an opportunity to take people past some of the basic slackline poses and work on more advanced poses and transitions as […]

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Combat Yoga?

So the title “Combat Yoga” leaves much to the imagination… and given that the YogaSlackers are usually associated with pushing the physical boundaries of human potential, especially balance, I thought I would do our team proud and accept the challenge to teach “Combat Yoga” to the US Marines and NAVY stationed at Yokosuka while I […]

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