One question that always gets the toke circle convo going is, “What is your favorite strain?”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
At the beginning of 2017, I was teaching marijuana-friendly yoga and painting classes out of the Purple Mansion owned by Rom Kampia, the Executive Director of the Marijuana Policy Project. (Yes, it's really called the Purple Mansion. I did not make that up).Read More
Featured guest: Stacey Mulvey, founder of the Marijuasana series of yoga classes.
LOTS TO TALK ABOUT
• Denver Initiative 300
• How to find the right high for the activity. Also, does cannabis act as a performance-enhancing drug?
• As Massachusetts is coming online with adult-use marijuana regulations, we’re watching the legal cannabis culture spread in America.Read More
“Just anything and everything that involves moving the body in a mindful way is something that I really, really love,” (Stacey Mulvey) said in an interview.
She said the combination of yoga and marijuana “translates to you feeling amazing and feeling healthy and feeling synchronized."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
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
"When people are able to go to a restaurant or a coffee shop or a yoga studio and have the freedom to consume cannabis, I think for them it will legitimize the fact that this is [no longer] underground, they’re not in somebody’s basement. This is a business and we’ve gone through the proper channels – through our neighborhoods, through our communities, through our city – to be able to allow supervised consumption of cannabis" - Stacey MulveyRead More