If a picture’s worth a thousand words then we don’t need to say much to introduce these videos. Take a look at these masters in action and prepare to be inspired to move, breathe and explore.
The Seventh Series
'Family life can be more demanding, more exacting, than anything in the practice itself, and as with each of the other series you can come to India to rediscover just how unforgiving the seventh can be' Ashtanga teacher, Ty Landrum, talks about the seventh series of yoga: family!
Having been an athlete most of his life, Daniel Rama was drawn to yoga as a means of injury rehabilitation. He suffered an injury which meant he could hardly walk let alone do any physical exercise. Yoga helped him through this dark period in his life, he’s gone from crutches to handstands. Shot in Mysore, India by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Finding Your Dharma
A truly inspiring teacher and a great man, Mark has dedicated a greater portion of his life to the practice of yoga. His words in this video will inspire you to follow your calling in life no matter what any one thinks.
Shot in Mysore India, where Mark goes to practice with his teacher every year by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Yoga Teacher: Behind The Scenes
Becoming a yoga teacher can be a rewarding career, however little people know the amount of work that it involves. Vinyasa teacher, Jason Crandell, opens up about his experience as a yoga teacher. A film by Phil Suddick
Towards the light
Taylor Hunt takes us on his journey towards the light. Taylor managed to recover from his drug addiction with his yoga practice. Currently, Taylor is a devoted practitioner, teacher of Ashtanga Yoga and one of our beloved friends at OHMME. He wears our Warrior II Double Lined Yoga Shorts A film by: Alessandro Sigismondi
Created by Philip Suddick, Jake White shares his movement practice on London’s own Hampstead Heath in reflection of the wise words of Alan Watts. Narration: Alan Watts - Awakening The Mind - A Meditation. Jake wears our Scorpion Leggings , the 8-Limb Yoga Hoodie , and carries the Itvara Travel Yoga Bag A film by: Phillip Suddick
Sound Design: Joseph Suddick
A day in the Life of a Yoga teacher
A fun video shot by Alessandro Sigismondi featuring Adam Husler. Adam, one of London's busiest teachers, puts a lighter touch on the London Yoga scene. Even though he likes to crack a joke, Adam is one of the most anatomically knowledgeable teachers around, and has a lot to teach even the most experienced practitioners. You can have a peak at Adam’s very photogenic website here if you are interested. Adam prefers the 2-Dogs for his home practice, and uses the Dharma pants to cycle around town.
Daniel Scott tells us not to show off but to show up. He shows up and off in a major way in the rain in Piccadilly circus. Searching for depth in humour, Daniel can bring out important parts of the practice in unusual ways.
It may not appear so at first, but you are in the presence of greatness.Jani jaatinen is a minimalist, yogi, and author of over 10 books on Yogic Philosophy, asana and the Sutras. Over years of practice he has developed near unprecedented control of his body and mind. You can find Gokulacandra in Malaysia where you can hear him chant, and join him for a mind altering morning practice.
Film maker Alessandro Sigismondi demonstrates his art in the beautiful video “The Witness”, in which Mark Robberds and Deepeka Mehta enter a spiritual dance off. The witness is here to represent the eastern concept of the Witness to the mind. The owl in the video is here to represent the idea of the dissociation between the body and the self.
The Triad of Yoga
Film maker Alessandro Sigismondi has created another video with this mindful warrior, follower of Ganes. Samuel a student of Ayurveda demonstrates his skill and shares wisdom on the triad of Pranayama, Mediation, and Asana.
The Most Important Yoga
A lifelong practice of yoga and almost three decades of teaching, Simon Borg Oliver has studied with some of the most notable yoga teachers as well as furthering his study of the human body with bachelors in human biology. In his video, he summarises why the ‘Yamas and Niyamas’ of yoga can help guide us in our every day lives. Shot in Goa, India, by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Youtube Saved my Life
Yanni De Melo was drawn to yoga after seeing a video on YouTube. He started to practice as a way to escape the ‘dark road’ he was on. He practiced at the Miami Life Centre for 2 years before travelling to India to take his Ashtanga further. Shot in Mysore, India, by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Yoga on the Edge
Working as an electrician on building sites, Davin was living an unhealthy lifestyle before finding yoga in 2013. His practice was done on the edge of the beautiful white cliffs of Dover, proving that when you live in your edge you can achieve anything. Shot in Dover, England by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Out of the Mind
Growing up in a Indian family, Bob didn’t appreciate the devotional aspect to his ancestral culture. He actually found yoga as way to get into his body and be active simultaneously. The video guides you through why he loves Ashtanga yoga and the help he’s doing for his charity, Foundation for Change. Shot in London, England by Alessandro Sigismondi.
Expression through movement comes in many different forms, Baris Yazar expresses himself through his practice of Capoeira. In this artful discipline, the combination of music, movement and a skilful dance with your opponent, make it a form of yoga for its practitioners. In this video, Baris exemplifies what a dedication to the practice has done for him, with joy and gratitude his movement is inspirational. Shot in London by Alessandro Sigismondi.