Both of the present WYC Teacher Training groups are heading toward their “yantra day(s),” so it’s timely to post a whole set of beautiful yantras painted by Arlene Eve Johnson. Arlene’s a yoga practicing LA artist, and she and I go way back. Thanks for sharing your inspiring work, Arlene.
“An Overly Brief and Incomplete History of Yoga” by Alison Hinks. (Click the image, and get ready to scroll – full-size chart is ca. 3400×3400 pixels – available as a poster here). Found the above via @yogoer on twitter. Expert opinions, anyone?
This image goes with YiYi’s comment on the Beautiful Losers thread…
In the early 80’s, I didn’t just think that art was for rich people, I knew it was for rich people. My father was a museum director and even though we lived here in Riverside, the idea was supported by what I saw on a daily basis. So if I […]
Melissa (Mel) Medley and Amy Wareham have sent me some beautiful yantras they’ve done since completing the WYC Teacher Training program, and I hope posting them will motivate more of you to send in your post-graduate artwork to share here on our blog. This chakra-inspired one is Mel’s: And here’s […]
I invite people to express themselves here on all creative levels. It’s fine to just write whatever yoga related statements you like, but the visual potential is especially interesting to me. You can post yoga videos and images you’ve made. Anything you like. For those of you who have been […]