Are you a Yomad?

Times of India,  Supriya Sharma

Zubin Atré, amongst other avid travelers share their love for yoga wherever they go.

Are you a yomad?

It could be in the midst of a bustling piazza or against a gigantic mountain… home is where yoga nomads can roll out their mats.You know you have company on a vacation when you spot someone with their mat slung over the shoulder, sipping on kombucha and talking about the cosmos,” says blogger Anne in her post ’Finding Yoga on the Road’. Anne belongs to the burgeoning tribe of yoga tourists, who travel for the love of yoga. When in a new terrain, they will immediately look up the best yoga classes, try out some new-age yoga workshops and only then think about other touristy things to do. “When I visit a new city, the first thing I do is find a yoga studio because I know that no matter where I am in the entire world, I can feel at home the minute I step onto my yoga mat,” says Meredith Meyer, an advertising professional who runs a yoga studio in Chicago.Continue Reading..

Partners @ AtréYoga Studio

Touch, like air and water, is one of the basic human needs. Partner yoga is a fun way of building trust and communication through direct physical contact with another person, be they your partner, your teammate, your friend or family, or even someone you’ve just met. Click on the link here to watch the video. 


Yoga for Scuba Divers

For divers, yoga may be one of the best practice in order to increase ones lung capacity. Zubin Atré  teaches yogic breathing and how it can be integrated with a few postures so that more oxygen can flow through efficiently and help divers be more relaxed deep underwater.


walaa hafez Diver Walaa Hafez breaks World Guinness Book record on June 4 2015 with longest scuba dive open salt water at Sharm El Naga, Egypt. His record time is 51 hours.24 min. 13 sec. Click the link for video


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