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27-08-2019

Marrakech City Guide

Morocco and its multifaceted culture. Of all the cities of the kingdom, Marrakech is an easy doorway into the country of 1001 scents and colors. The “red city” will give you a first taste of what Morocco has to offer — a sensorial journey, a cultural discovery, a dance between traditions and modernity. Join The Sacred Fig retreat w/ Anton Brandt + Tony Lupinacci, Feb 29 – March 7, 2020.

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27-07-2018

NYC’s Top 5 Yoga Studios

With a million options for where to practice yoga in New York City – here’s a shortlist of our top five:

SKY TING YOGA

Founded by Krissy Jones and Chloe Kernaghan, these ladies have figured it out. All three of their studios are stylish + sophisticated light filled dreamscapes.  They’ve ushered in the new wave of what yoga studios are starting to look and feel like. The vibe here epitomizes NYC with its youthful energy and creative spark.  They sell a gorgeous selection of curated products, including their own line. While you can expect a strong influence of Katonah Yoga here, the teaching mix is well varied.  Most classes are 60 minutes and all levels. Try Ally Bogard, or one that’s co-taught by Krissy and Chloe.

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14-06-2015

OM 4 Yoga Playlist

Teachers, feel free to use this playlist, or pull your favorite songs and make it your own! Simply follow this playlist, or search ‘Anton Brandt’ on Spotify for more.

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08-04-2015

Vinyasa Flow Sequence – 10 min

A fluid yoga sequence to start the day, especially if you don’t have time for a full class (it’s just under 10 minutes). This creative & intelligent vinyasa flow is typical of Anton’s teaching style. All levels welcome. Enjoy!

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24-03-2015

Mysore Magic

I felt a deep change happening inside me, as my physical limits & boundaries began to dissolve. With that, my own psychological constructs were expanding into a more vast idea of who I really was, beyond those borders. I was afraid of what I might confront as the lines that defined me became blurred. Was I still the clearly defined person who came there, or something larger that could not be so easily delineated? Did the labels about my job, appearance, and personality that I usually used to describe myself still apply? During that month, I felt the promise of understanding something deeper about myself. -excerpt from Mysore Magic, by Lori Brungard

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