The Yoga Comics: Mysore Ride on Family Scooter.

Via on Mar 24, 2013

Mysore ride on family scooter.

My kids’ favorite part about living in India was getting to ride on the “family scooter.”

Sometimes we would drive to the swimming pool across town and pile on the scooter with all of our floaties, swimsuits, picnic basket, and change of clothes, and we would all manage to fit.

What’s more, sometimes we could drive across town, beeping and swerving around vehicles and animals, without stopping once! It was pure freedom.

“Wealth cannot be measured by the size and power of the “Family Wagon.” It can be measured by the size and magnitude of the smiles on the passengers.”

Eight limbs of yoga: “Santosha (contentment) is one of the niyamas. It means the knowing the peace that is already inside, and, at the same time, feeling unity with something much greater than ourselves.”

The Yoga Comics Team:

Editor: Jessica Walden and Elise Espat

Cartoonist: Boonchu Tanti,  Ashtanga Illustrations by Boonchu

 

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Ed: Brianna Bemel

About Yoga Comics

Editor: Jessica Walden began a daily yoga practice in 1994 and, over the last 12 years, has made several trips to Mysore, India, to study with Guruji, Sharath, and Saraswati. She is married to Andrew Hillam and a happy mother of two boys and one chihuahua. Editor: Elise Espat first practiced Ashtanga Yoga with Guruji when she was living in NYC and has since made several trips to Mysore, India to practice with her teachers Guruji, Sharath, and Saraswathi Jois. A couple of years ago Elise and her husband moved to New Mexico where they enjoy spending time in nature with their little dog named Maple. Most mornings (except Saturdays and moon days) you’ll find Elise teaching at the Albuquerque Ashtanga Yoga Shala. She also keeps the blog www.aylibrary.blogspot.com Cartoonist: Boonchu Tanti, an engineer who loves drawing cartoons, began a daily yoga practice since 2007. He has made several trips to Mysore, India to study Ashtanga Yoga at KPJAYI with Sharath since then. He now works and resides in Bangkok and draws cartoons as hobby during free time. Find his works at www.alliscoming.com

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One Response to “The Yoga Comics: Mysore Ride on Family Scooter.”

  1. Having visited Vietnam recently I was amazed at how many people can fit on one scooter and how much stuff can be loaded onto one, at the same time driving through heavy traffic.

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