Stacey’s service expands, profoundly, on what a lot of us have experienced at home—doing yoga to compliment a good sesh. However, Marijuasana takes us out of the bedroom and into a communal environment with classes that focus on mindful movement incorporating cannabis consumption and encouraging a deeper connection with the self.Read More
How Does Cannabis Enhance Yoga? "Cannabis is going to help you with yoga. It's directly related to movement systems in the body, with circulation and inflammation. In yoga you go through each body part as eac hpsoe is designed to test the range of motion, and work several joints and muscles at the same time. Cannabis will help blood flow into new areas, a circulation is cut off and expanded through poses, and help the body flow blood and cannabinoids into new areas".Read More
Introducing the new hotness by Marijuanasana. Say goodbye to Bikram and hello to CBD. No better way to get you out of your head and deep into your downward dog.Read More
You can wait for Marijuasana, the popular cannabis-infused yoga event, to visit your city—last weekend was Portland, up next is Boston and Oakland—or starting this month, you can become a Marijuasana Online member, which gives you access to exclusive wellness videos lead by Marijuasana founder, Stacey Mulvey.Read More
The portion of the article where my comments begin is right under the header "Yoga Spliff and Chill". How awesome is that?Read More
One question that always gets the toke circle convo going is, “What is your favorite strain?”Read More
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If you observe Sol, our star, every day at precisely the same time each day, and at precisely the same location for a year ; and plot on a graph where he appears in the sky, you will end up with a shape that resembles a diagonal infinity symbol, called an analemma.Read More
Now This Weed with Marijuasana. This video features footage from a 420-friendly yoga pop-up in Boston, and Stacey Mulvey talks about the company she founded and why she teaches cannabis yoga.Read More
To deal with pain, I have to exercise. Cannabis is an incentive to work out. I love that these classes have convinced cannabis consumers that yoga is something they want to try. Many decide that it’s for them afterwards.Read More
It is becoming more and more accepted all the time that cannabis and exercise go hand in hand. Gone are the days when there were stigmas about cannabis making you lazy, or smoking making it impossible to work out. Now, cannabis is a part of many exercise routines, including, for many, yoga. That is why Stacey Mulvey founded MarijuasanaRead More
This is concerning. An article in Forbes details how cannabis events are being pulled from the website with no explanation. The article links Marijuasana's Boston event as an example of the inconsistency of Eventbrite's policy.Read More
Mulvey says that over time we lose connection with certain parts of our bodies. We store our stress there, compartmentalize it and forget it.Read More
Mulvey [...] says that her favorite aspect of combining two of her favorite things is “proprioception” — essentially body awareness and how our bodies and limbs are positioned in a given space."Read More
You'll definitely inhale. This summer and fall, instructor Stacey Mulvey is introducing North Cambridge to “Marijuasana,” her signature cannabis-infused yoga class. Get ready for the chillest flow of your life.Read More
Who has the lockdown on what yoga means? Stacey Mulvey believes that the definition of yoga is flexible and continually expanding.Read More
Stacey Mulvey, whose company, Marijuasana, offers cannabis-friendly yoga classes, thinks I-300 will mean one thing for her customers: a “richer” overall experience.Read More
“You’ve got the job. You just need to pass the drug test”.
I reflexively agreed, and proceeded to act as “normal” as possible. Of course, the drug screen. I am a normal, conforming individual that will not cause trouble for you or your business. I didn’t ask any details about the test, I simply swallowed and smiled.Read More
When I changed my lifestyle to make exercise a priority, I couldn’t afford to pay for a gym membership, nor did I want to. I had been to gyms, and had come away with the impression that they are smelly, loud, and harshly-lit spaces where there is usually a lot of grunting coming from the weight-lifting section.Read More