Some guys think that yoga makes you less of a man, the truth is it makes you a better one.
Yoga isn't just for your mom, your sister or your girlfriend anymore
It's time to smash the stereotype
BOYS OF YOGA, the uncelebrated minority
A crew that believes in the strength and flexibility that yoga offers both on and off the mat. To us, yoga is a culture and a lifestyle, not just a practice. And similar to surf, skate and snow sport cultures, yoga creates a community of the like-minded. The deeper you go, the more it pulls you in. Once you move past the stereotype, it's pretty simple: yoga is good for everyone, the benefits are undeniable.
What started as a casual conversation about how guys are seen as the secondary citizens in the yoga scene, has turned into a movement to challenge the way we view yoga in the Western world today.
"At Wanderlust, our mission is at the core of everything we do: to grow the mindful living community. To help modern, urban dwellers to "find your true north" which is a calling to a practice that helps you navigate life as your best self. Men need this practice of yoga. BOYS OF YOGA help breakdown the stereotypes that practicing yoga makes you less of a man. Quite the opposite. Post Michael James Wong & the BOYS presence as the headline teachers across our sold out Wanderlust 108 series (Sydney, Auckland, Melbourne & Brisbane) the ripple effects of positive change were remarkable. The BOYS inspired more man to search for their own practice, they offered a guide and a tool box to live life by. A sense of community and self. On behalf of Wanderlust, and as a male yogi myself, I could not be more proud of what we achieved with the BOYS OF YOGA. They are true pioneers, leaders and inspirations for us all."
-- Jonni Halstead, Partner & Director, Wanderlust Australia/New Zealand
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