Woodstock Yoga

Via on Sep 25, 2010

Three things people at Woodstock learned about yoga:

1. It means union.

2. It’s groovy.

3. It’s kinda like smoking DMT.

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About Jay Winston

Jay S. Winston, founder and proprietor of Yoga for Cynics (http://yogaforcynics.blogspot.com), has a PhD in English, making him the kind of doctor who, in case of life-threatening emergency, can explain Faulkner while you die, is currently (semi-)(un-)employed as a freelance writer and editor, teaches creative writing to homeless men, tutors recovering addicts in reading, was recently certified as a Kripalu yoga teacher, gets around mostly by bicycle, is trying to find an agent for his novel, resides in the bucolic Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia, State of Mildly Inebriated Samadhi, U.S.A. and, like most people who bike and practice yoga, used to live in Boulder.


7 Responses to “Woodstock Yoga”

  1. Monique says:

    The faces are priceless…

  2. Barbara says:

    The clip was great, but this cracked me up: "making him the kind of doctor who, in case of life-threatening emergency, can explain Faulkner while you die…"

  3. Now I know what I've been doing wrong with my yogi breathing–I need to struggle and grimace more.

    Bob W.

  4. Joseph Boquiren Joseph Boquiren says:

    Now I understand why Kundalini yoga inspires such loyalty. I took one class and it took me a few minutes to get back down to earth 😛

  5. Dan Slanger says:

    I, too, paused to appreciate that line from your bio. (Very small, very embarrassed, very impulsive part of me has to ruin it all with: You did have 'As I Lay Dying' in mind, right?)

  6. Martha says:

    Saw this clip on several facebook pages and yoga blogs.

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