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Forbes 5 Questions With Stacey Mulvey

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.

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Oregon Leaf

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".

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The Weed Blog

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.

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Now This Weed

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.

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Culture Magazine

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 Marijuasana

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High Expectations Documentary

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).

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