this field of resilient yoga: an interview with angela jamison

this field of resilient yoga: an interview with angela jamison

There’s a piece of me that is fascinated with alternative ways of making meaning and wishes I could have committed myself to the path of teaching yoga as a livelihood.

I had the chance to encounter this reality last month when I went to a presentation at the University of Victoria called Politics of Yoga: Sex, Religion and Power in a Global Industry.Read more

yoga in service of social justice: an interview with andrea jain

yoga in service of social justice: an interview with andrea jain

There’s a piece of me that is fascinated with academia and wishes I had committed myself to becoming some kind of yoga nerd academic.

I had the chance to encounter this world last month when I went to a presentation at the University of Victoria called Politics of Yoga: Sex, Religion and Power in a Global Industry.Read more

that time i tried goat yoga

that time i tried goat yoga

On the first hot day of the west coast summer, I drove 30 minutes out from the city of Victoria to a lavender farm near the ferry terminal to try yoga with goats. I paid $25 each for my partner and myself at the Victoria Lavender Farm’s gift shop, resisting the urge to buy handmade lavender soap or a goat yoga t-shirt (complete with a cross-legged and, inexplicably, cross-eyed goat), and then walked to a paddock where 25 or so people (mostly women in athleisure gear) had gathered.Read more