Bravo has a contest for everything from cooking to hair salons to house wives. Every channel has its own reality show, from the Food Network to the HGTV to Fox.
It’s time that yoga gets a chance to inspire a whole new generation of yogis right in the comfort of their living rooms. Millions of American teenagers dream of being the next American Idol, or the next winner of So You Think You Can Dance.
Imagine if millions of American teenagers dreamed of being the next great yoga teacher. They would spend their hours cultivating inner peace, focused asana practice and kindness. When the message of yoga as a path of inner peace reaches as many people Grey’s Anatomy (which I love), then we might just reach a critical mass that believes in the power of human potential to do and be anything we want.
Guess who is having a contest to choose the winner and create a new show on her network, OWN! You got it—Oprah.
I created an online audition that shares my idea for a yoga TV show. I think both yogis and non-yogis would love to watch. Please check out my audition below and, if you like it, please vote for me, pass it on and help get the message of yoga on TV!
Kino’s Audition: Yoga for a Peaceful You – OWN TV
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