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.
Come hang out with the crew!
"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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