“Cannabis literally attunes and synthesizes movement with our emotional and mental state, offering us a chance to explore alternative ways of expressing how we move our body, and how we feel about it as we move. “Read More
Practicing yoga under the influence can help advance students’ abilities, Mulvey says. She believes the drug can alter the connection between mind and body just enough to break damaging or limiting patterns of movement.Read More
Five questions is all that is asked- not your typical interview, nor the type of writing that is commonly in the know. As the wind swirls and groans just beyond the windows, the enlightenment of sharing thoughts becomes more tangible and pronounced. The practice that Stacey shares with cannabis is Yoga, and through her unique and healing mantra regarding the language of cannabis, her life form takes on new meaning.Read More
The Rolling Stone Guide to Legal Pot: Massachusetts
Stacey Mulvey, who runs Marijuasana – a cannabis-friendly yoga practice based in Las Vegas – recently brought her workshop to Boston.Read More
Do you have a message for Donald Trump and/or Jeff Sessions? What would that message be?
You are on the wrong side of history.
Pick up one of these marijuana gifts to elevate your yogi’s practice this holiday season. Puff, puff, namaste.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
A practice is a healthy pattern that you're cultivating, and doing some prescribed actions or using a specific object primes you for the intention that you are setting every time you do your practice. And what is your intention? Well, that's up to you.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
“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
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
"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
“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
This piece seeks to define our sensory experience of movement, how emotion is integrated into this system, and cites studies that show how using the body as a route into this system combined with the use of psychotherapy has demonstrated improved emotional experience.Read More