Richard Freeman! Waylon Lewis. Kasey of covers the Boulder yoga scene.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 28, 2009
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Right before Wanderlust Festival, lovely Kasey of came through Boulder and interviewed Yoga master Richard Freeman and I. Here’s the video.

Click here to see the rest of Kasey’s yoga video voyage through America.

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2 Responses to “Richard Freeman! Waylon Lewis. Kasey of covers the Boulder yoga scene.”

  1. leslie says:

    lol @ corepowerians.

  2. […] Frankly, here in Boulder, we win so many goshdarned polls each year: best place to live, best place to bike, best small city for singles, smartest city, fittest city, best real estate market in the country, best place to raise kids, healthiest city, greenest, best place to be a runner, best place to retire, best arts culture (?!), greenest university, number one party college, gay-friendly, best best farmers’ market (for more lists, click here for an “official” list)…that, like the blissed-out lucky-and-don’t-we-know-it brats we are, we don’t even pay any attention (we’re too busy sipping maté and tapping away at our MacBooks while arguing about Gladwell or Pollan’s latest piece at our favorite local indie café, then cycling off to yoga class). […]

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