Yoga In Florence & Rome (Wow!)

Written by Robert Sturman

Italy! It's one of the most artistically inspired lands I've ever visited. I can only imagine that if Michelangelo had been with the yogis, the streets of Rome and Florence would be filled with marble sculptures of human beings in yoga poses, reaching towards the heavens.

I'm in the midst of fulfilling a vision of reinterpreting the world, with the beauty of yoga poetically dancing within it; it adds an elegance to the familiar, creating new ways of seeing, appreciating and celebrating life. With yoga, I see humanities longing to touch greatness. And this is the story I seek to tell.

Il Duomo, Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna
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Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

Arches along the Arno River, Florence

Pictured: Lauren Raffaela Piccolo
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Florence

Pictured: Shari L. Hochberg

Piazza della Signoria, Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna
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Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence

Pictured: Shari L. Hochberg
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Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

Florence

Pictured: Jen Warakomski
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Florence

Pictured: Rosalind Southward

Il Duomo, Florence

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

Piazza Venezia, Rome

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

The Pantheon, Rome

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

The Pantheon, Rome

Pictured: Jen Warakomski

Piazza Navona, Rome

Pictured: Jen Warakomski

Ponte Sant'Angelo, Rome

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

The Colosseum, Rome

Pictured: Ashika Gogna

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