[Little Yogis Fun Exercise] Colorful, imaginative, and richly detailed, this captivating book entertains kids with hilarious characters, fun games, silly jokes, and beautiful pictures.
In the Media
"An ancient fitness/health practice gets more global exposure through the high-tech capabilities of the Internet, thanks to Wai Lana, who not only is quite proficient at yoga but also, it seems, at Web design." The Wai Lana Yoga website was featured in USA TODAY's online Hotsite section on Tuesday, November 18, 1997, as well as in the TechExtra section of the printed edition of Wednesday, November 26, 1997.
New series teaches methods and benefits of yoga The New York Times reported last year that yoga "is to the 1990s what aerobics was to the 1980s!" Indeed, yoga has become the fastest-growing exercise movement in America. Now KET brings the joys of yoga to its viewers with a new instructional series, Wai Lana Yoga, airing Fridays at 10:30/9:30 a.m. CT beginning September 3.
"As we enter a new millennium, more and more people are seeking lifestyle changes that foster mental and spiritual well-being as well as physical fitness. As a result of this trend, the ancient discipline of yoga is currently undergoing a widespread renaissance. We are dedicated to bringing the benefits of yoga to the widest possible audience through the Internet." With this statement, wailanayoga.com launched its grand opening on the World Wide Web.
If you're not eating the recommended five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables daily (and the majority of Americans are not), pull out the blender and whip up some cool, irresistible smoothies or other delicious juice drinks in a jiffy.
Fit Yoga December 2004 During the times of my life passed in colder climates, I could definitely feel my body slow down as the days became short and crisp. To prevent that common winter sluggishness and keep a healthy glow in my family’s cheeks, I had a simple solution: I’d keep the juicer on the countertop the whole season through … and I’d use it more than ever. Whether it was December, January, February, or March, I found that the most effective, natural, and delicious way to maintain my health and the health of those I love was with the vital nutrients of fresh juice.
Yoga. It's the newest and oldest way to get in shape—and meditate. As the world's foremost yoga teacher, Wai Lana is known for making yoga accessible to any age or level of ability. Her TV series, which airs nationwide on PBS and is watched by tens of millions in dozens of countries in five continents around the world, is noted for its mesmerizing backdrops and soothing musical scores. Fans and newcomers alike will be able to experience the timeless art of yoga in Wai Lana's latest installment, the Fun Challenge series.
It would be difficult, if not impossible, to find anyone who has had as much influence as Wai Lana in increasing the worldwide appreciation of the beauty and benefits of the ancient art of yoga. Wai Lana's internationally aired TV series has attracted a huge audience and has played a significant part in the recent substantial growth in the popularity of yoga.
To wake up your body, yoga expert Wai Lana recommends going outdoors and doing a few asanas (yoga stretches) with deep breathing.
Wai Lana's new juice book features 88 beautifully photographed and mouth-watering juice, smoothie, and dessert recipes that are sure to please the entire family—kids included.