Jordan Shamir is the owner and instructor at The Hang Out Antigravity Fitness in Kaka‘ako. He has been sharing his passion for AntiGravity’s techniques for the past 4 years with thousands of people. The styles of AntiGravity Fitness are as varied as the clients that come to experience it. “Open up, be free and experience AntiGravity.”
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BY SUSANNA HARWOOD RUBIN
@ VOL 2
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Susanna Harwood Rubin makes art about yoga, teaches yoga as art, and writes about it all. She is passionately committed to finding beauty and meaning in everyday life, and presents at Volume 2 about obstacles and challenges she encountered and has overcome.
BY CHRISTOPHER COUGHLIN
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 05, 2014
Chris Coughlin is in his fourth year of teaching Spanish at New Technology High School in Sioux Falls South Dakota. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Spanish at South Dakota State and will complete his Master’s in Education at Augie in December.
As the 2013 school year started, Chris and the physics teacher decided that they wanted to try out yoga, so they attended Chris’s first yoga class one year ago at Santosha Hot Yoga. Finally finding a place for his circus-freak flexibility, Chris was immediately hooked and now calls Santosha his second home, in fact, it worries the owner Jenn when he’s there more than she is.
Chris started to use Instagram to document and share his yoga practice in January of 2014, and has compiled some of his best and worst shots to share tonight.
Yoga: Now and Zen
BY CARRIE WENZEL
@ VOL 2
ON NOV 22, 2014
"Yoga is a meditative exercise that anybody can do almost anywhere."
Carrie Wenzel talks about the growing popularity, benefits and history of yoga. She also speaks about her pilgrimage to India to learn more about the philosophy, as well as postures and breathing exercises practiced, to achieve a balanced control of the body and mind.
Benefits of Yoga and Meditation
BY BEN THACKER-GWALTNEY
@ VOL 15
ON AUG 20, 2016
We all hear that yoga and meditation are good for us, but for the non-yogi what does that specifically mean? Ben Thacker-Gwaltney has your 6 minute and 40 second tour of the answer to that question. And you get to learn about a couple of local organizations where you can seek out those benefits.
Dare to Dream Yoga
BY RACHELLE KERNEN
@ VOL 15
ON FEB 17, 2017
Rachelle Kernen presents her passion for yoga and describes how she and her partners use yoga as a force to bring community together. With the creation of Dare to Dream Yoga, her group has given the gift of free yoga and taken it to the streets to make this healing art available to the public.