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The best movies about yoga. 2 years 4 months ago #3351

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I suggest that you review the best yoga movies.
If anyone knows good yoga movies, put them in this topic, together we'll see them.
You can also watch yogat movies on our website in the video section.
You can watch Yoga movies in Russian Лучшие фильмы о йоге.
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Yoga Hosers. (2016)

15-year-old yoga-nuts Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie love their smart phones and hate their after school job at Manitoban convenience store Eh-2-Zed. But when an ancient evil rises from beneath Canada's crust and threatens their big invitation to a Grade 12 party, the Colleens join forces with the legendary man-hunter from Montreal named Guy Lapointe to fight for their lives with all seven Chakras, one Warrior Pose at a time. Depp, Depp the younger and Smith the younger are returning in the roles they created for TUSK.

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Baraka. (1992)

The title comes from an ancient Sufi word translated as “a blessing, or the breath, or the essence of life from which the evolutionary process unfolds.” Very much an essence, Baraka takes viewers on a visual journey across 24 countries in six continents. With no dialogue or traditional storyline, this experimental documentary serves as a meditation on the ebb and flow of life around the world, with the juxtaposition of incredible images—some painful, many stunningly beautiful—creating a commentary on what it means to be human.

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The best movies about yoga. 2 years 3 months ago #3358

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Yoga, Inc. (2007)

Yoga has transformed from an ancient spiritual practice into a competitive, commercialized, multi-million dollar industry. And for a practice rooted in renunciation, yoga is making some people very rich. YOGA INC. poses this question: Can yoga survive the war between the sacred and the profane with its good karma intact? Esak Garcia is a star on the burgeoning competitive yoga circuit, but his ultimate goal is the Olympics, a dream instilled in him by his controversial guru Bikram Choudhury. This so-called "Bad Boy of Yoga" has copyrighted his popular yoga style, and those who teach bikram yoga without playing by his rules are hit with crippling copyright infringement fees. But can anyone really "own" yoga? In today's yoga world only the marketplace has real meaning, where everything is up for grabs from yoga shoes to chakra panties. In the race to cash in, yoga chains ("McYoga"?) are popping up everywhere, putting the smaller studios out of business. Greed, egotism and the search for enlightenment come together in this original, irreverent portrait of spiritualism and capitalism colliding head on.

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Who Owns Yoga? (2014)

We advise you to grab a seat, grab a screen and watch this right now. “Who Owns Yoga?” is a documentary from Al Jazeera English Reporter Bhanu Bhatnagar and, though not super in-depth, in its short 50 minutes it covers so much ground about the issues and challenges of modern yoga’s growing pains – commercialization, corporatization, clashes with religion, ties with politics, evolution of hybrid styles, etc. – that it’s probably the most interesting, wide-ranging and cohesive reflection of today’s yoga we’ve seen put together for a news network or otherwise. The doc didn’t air in the US but some kind soul posted it to YouTube. You might want to watch it now before it’s taken down.
We have to give props to Bhatnagar for skipping across the globe to interview multiple yoga figures, some known, some not so well-known, to give a snapshot of what yoga looks like today, and perhaps a glimpse into where it is going. To give you an idea of the scope and subject matter in the film, here’s a list of (most of) the interviewees:
⦁ Kajza Ekberg, Boxing Yoga Co-Founder
⦁ Juliet Murrell, Voga Founder
⦁ Stewart Gilchrist, Ashtanga yoga teacher in London
⦁ Tara Stiles, “rebel yogi” and brand spokesperson
⦁ Sheetal Shah, Senior Director of the Hindu American Foundation
⦁ Leslie Marshall, Instructor of Praise Moves, a Christian non-yoga yoga
⦁ Mary Eady, parent of child in the Encinitas School District who was against yoga in schools
⦁ Dean Broyles, lawyer who represented parents against the Encinitas school district
⦁ Diamond Dallas Page, founder DDP Yoga
⦁ Mark Drost, Evolation Yoga (sued by Bikram)
⦁ Derrick Mills, Yogaglo founder and CEO
⦁ Todd Wolfenberg, Yoga International Executive Director
⦁ Sri Dharma Mittra founder of
⦁ Sharon Gannon and David Life, founders of Jivamukti Yoga and unashamed tree huggers
⦁ Swami Ramdev, the very political Founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth
⦁ Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Founder of Isha Foundation in India

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Yoga: Tradition in the Eyes of Modernity. (2013)

In a collaboration between Russia’s Wild Yogi Magazine and Turkey’s Yoga-Rainbow Festival, this 70-minute documentary spans footage shot all over India, Russia, and Turkey from 2011 to 2013, as well as vintage reels and images from Indian national archives, tracing the origins of yoga from its very infancy to the multibillion dollar industry it has come to be today.

With the help of colleagues, writer, director, and cameraman Mikhail Baranov interviews renowned gurus and teachers of different yoga schools to explore questions such as how the discipline, practice, and teaching of yoga has evolved throughout history and which styles are still faithful to the traditional teachings in the sacred yogic texts.

Featuring conversations with Swami Ashokananda Saraswati, student of Swami Satchitananda Saraswati, Bal Mukund Singh, a student of Swami Dhirendra Brahmachari, Shri Shailendra Sharma, student of Lahiri Mahasaya, and Mark Darby and Simon Borg-Olivier, students of Shri K. Pattabhi Jois, this film offers an intimate look into yoga, from sources that have learned straight from the masters.

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