Yahoo! Shine features David Romanelli in “Yoga—what is it, exactly?”
Should a Christian do the Downward Dog?
This is not a trick question, but rather an issue raised by Baptist leader Albert Mohler that, like an egg beater, has whipped up the yoga community’s usual calm into a peaked, frothy fluster.… More | Posted: October 8, 2010
Yoga for Foodies…Phoenix
Yoga for Foodies event with Patty Emmert, Director of Slow Food’s Phoenix chapter. Fresh food, flowing yoga, gazpacho, wine, truffles, ecstasy!… More | Posted: September 5, 2010
“What is Stress?” David Romanelli, among others, lend their advice
My Intent is to Stress Less
Source: Intent.com – Simply put, stress is the reaction of our mind, body, and/or spirit to a demand placed on us.… More | Posted: September 5, 2010
Yoga for Foodies – Long Weekend vs. Long Haul: Indulgent Yoga Escapes
Lazy days of summer? Yeah, right! After months of outdoor entertaining, patio imbibing and day-tripping, it’s safe to say that we all could take a few deep breaths come fall.… More | Posted: August 30, 2010
The story of yoga in America, as many journalists have pointed out, is the story of assimilation, diversification and, more recently, commodification.… More | Posted: July 30, 2010
7 Wacky New Yoga Styles: Worth a Try or Just too Weird?
Yoga for Foodies
If you’ve ever thought, “This sun salutation would go well with a smoky Pinot Noir,” then perhaps Yoga for Foodies, or founder David Romanelli’s other classes, Yoga + Chocolate and Yoga + Wine are for you.… More | Posted: July 28, 2010
LA Times’ The Daily Dish features Yoga for Foodies – Combo Plate: Sharp knives, a foodiots weekend, pine mouth and more
-This weekend is shaping up to be a Foodie’s delight: You can start the day by joining Yoga for Foodies at Akasha Restaurant on Sunday for a morning of “deep stretches, great tunes, and locally sourced, farm-to-table food.… More | Posted: July 23, 2010