Thursday, May 01, 2008

Student Video Project 3

You may have noticed that a few times a year we do a video featuring the real stars at Yoga Garden, our wonderful students.

The videos all revolve around a simple question. The first one was, "Why Do You Like Yoga?"



The second one was, "What's Your Favorite Pose?"



And, I'm proud to announce the question for our third student video...

"What Pose Is Giving You Trouble?"

We'll be making this video for the whole month of May, so think about your answers, and when you've chosen your troublesome pose, we'll be shooting the mini videos after class!

I'm still thinking about mine. It might be Pasasana...


or Firefly...
Let's have fun with this video!

Patrick

Yoga Garden


4 comments:

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