Do what you love

19 Apr

Seriously, what could be better than combining yoga and photography? I spent yesterday playing at the studio with Jamie and friends to help him create images for his upcoming book on Partner Yoga. Too much fun.


This is Jenny. She teaches at HotBox – and she is FIERCE.  Or maybe this is Karen, she’s about to immerse herself in teacher training in SF – I can’t tell them apart when they’re upside down!



Move over Anne Geddes…


OK now folks, no more comments about how “interesting” the photos are. A little maturity please!


5 Responses to “Do what you love”

  1. lisalovesyoga April 20, 2009 at 6:42 am #

    Wow, Laurie. These are just gorgeous.

  2. Julie M. April 21, 2009 at 2:04 am #

    Laurie, I love the images. You are so creative and do amazing things with the human form. I love the black and white too. I wish I knew more about photography and could tell you in technical terms why your photographs turned out so well, but you’ll just have to settle for “WOW!”

  3. greenfrog April 22, 2009 at 11:12 am #

    these are excellent. wish I’d been there to witness it.

  4. barefootbhakti April 22, 2009 at 1:29 pm #

    It was such a fun project. Thanks for the Wow… but I wasn’t the one flying in the air! And Greenfrog – had you been there, we would have put you to work.

  5. Brandilyn Haynes April 23, 2009 at 1:58 am #

    beautiful!! LOVE the feet–you’ll have to show that one to my mom, her foot zoner heart will adore it 🙂 i miss the lovely community you guys have built down at the dog; every time i take a class i leave feeling overwhelmed with positivity. keep up the good work, laurie!

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