The YogaSlackers
    Bio
    If you’ve ever doubted that single day can change the course of your whole life, look no further than the YogaSlackers for proof. In 2005, Jason Magness and Sam Salwei were caught on camera doing yoga poses on a slackline at the Yoga Journal Estes Park event, and as of that one fateful day, the YogaSlackers were born!   Over the next decade The YogaSlackers grew into a group of over 100 adventure seeking yogis and athletes from all over the world, including the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, France, and more. Each person on this world-renowned team of teachers naturally seeks growth and self-discovery within themselves, and thus they are able to create a comfortable and fun environment for their students to do the same.   Dropping into any YogaSlackers class, you might find yourself practicing a traditional yoga sequence, or discovering the yogic elements behind various adventure activities such as slacklining, acrobatics, climbing, and more. You might find yourself realizing that your true potential lies way beyond your expectations. Who knows, the day you drop into a YogaSlackers class could change the course of your whole life as well. After all, life truly begins where your comfort zone ends.   SPONSORED BY ToeSox and Yakima
    Country of Origin
    Afghanistan
    Email
    info@yogaslackers.com

    Teacher Posts

    24 Dec 2020

    Two couples have spent years on the road with about 50 square feet or less to call home. It takes wanderlust — and a seriously concise kitchen plan. Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernández-Cruz stopped for some “acroyoga” in Alaska. They traveled the world and taught yoga from their two-door hatchback they called the Peace Love […]

    21 Dec 2020

    Ready. Get Set. Pack! We asked the most nomadic YogaSlackers to share their packing ideas and packing essentials with you. Hope they inspire you to plan a summer full of traveling adventures. By Adi Carter, Chelsey Magness, Kendra Charts, Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernández   This article contains affiliate links. It you were to purchase […]

    21 Aug 2020

    Did you know that there is not a true antonym for the English noun nomad? We learned this the hard way earlier this year, when we were unexpectedly required to “stay put” and stop living nomadically during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    01 May 2017

    We are all aware of those unique individuals the rest of us sometimes have the privilege to meet while we are busy with our routine- someone who is an enigma to the “daily grind” type of existence; someone who inspires us, and in the very least, gives us a moment to pause and reflect on […]

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    10 Jan 2013

    The Road To Pendra was impassable! Bridge is out.   “Not possible. You cannot go this way.” These were the words we heard over and over again in the village of Kawant, as we headed south to Pendra… a tiny dot on our map…   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvORtbj9DO4

    09 Jan 2013

    Luckily! We were not severely injured and were able to repair our shaw.

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