FREE Live Broadcasts from Yogis Anonymous, Week of April 4 – 11
This event is a yoga class at Yogis Anonymous!
Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 12:00am
Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 12:00am
Everywhere! YA Kula Goin’ Global!!
As you may already know, we have been testing our live video streaming service for the last several weeks. This past Sunday we allowed a preview of this service for the first time, broadcasting Ally Hamilton’s class to a live audience spanning 4 continents. We also maintained a link to the recorded broadcast for those who missed it live.
This week, we are continuing our testing, and we invite you to participate in any of the following LIVE YOGA CLASSES from home via your DSL or broadband internet connection:
MONDAY April 5, 9:00AM – 10:30AM PST
Krista Cahill – “Bala’nce Yoga” – Level 2/3*
TUESDAY April 6, 6:30PM – 8:00PM PST
Brock Cahill – “Flight Club” – Level 2/3*
* Expect a highly challenging flow with plenty of arm-balancing and inversions!
WEDNESDAY April 7, 4:15PM – 5:45PM PST
Ashley Turner – “East Meets West” – All Levels
FRIDAY April 9, 2:30PM – 3:45PM PST
Charlie Samos – “Charlie’s Vinyasa Flow” – All Levels
If you are in the local LA area, please come and participate in person! I dare say there’s something oddly thrilling about knowing that if you sneeze while you’re in bakasana, people on 4 different continents might say “bless you!” (or they may applaud ;))
If you are too far away to be in the room, you can join the live group energy from wherever you are. Be a part of the OM that truly resonates across the globe!
And if you miss any of these live broadcasts, the next best thing is taking the class whenever it’s convenient for you! And as many times as you want! For FREE!
“YA Kula Goes Global!”
Here’s the link to all live broadcasts this week:
*** for those attending in person, please note that approximately 1/3 of the room is ON CAMERA during the broadcast, and most of the room is NOT. Meaning, you can still come and you won’t have to be a part of the broadcast if you don’t want to be. The privacy and respect of our beloved students are sacrosanct and will never be compromised.