David has been featured in a variety of publications including the New York Times, Yoga Journal, Vanity Fair, Yoga International, The Advocate – among others – on topics ranging from travel in India to men’s health and wellness, joint care to the commercialization and corporatization of yoga. He has also been included on televised interviews and panel discussions on yoga.
COVID-19 has brought onerous changes over the last nine months to yoga studios around the world. With many of the things that make studio classes unique—intimate group settings, emphasis on sweat, breath, and hands-on attention from instructors—now unsafe due to the pandemic, …most studios have moved online, suspended classes, or shut down entirely. David Moreno thinks otherwise…
A former dancer, Berkeley’s David Moreno has taught yoga for more than 25 years, from his early days at Yoga Mandala to conferences and teacher trainings around the world.
David is currently offering his next travel trip in Petra. He shares how he plans for an international trip, the marketing process, and how to ensure that everything goes smoothly in a developing country.
Most have gotten past the attitude that “yoga is a girl thing” to embrace the idea that yoga simply is a good thing: good for destressing, good for establishing balance, strength and flexibility.
If you’re looking for devotional or meditative inspiration, India is the source.
In mainstream culture, it’s youth that gets all the attention. Gay men are notoriously no better. So two photographers set out to find men over 50 and prove their beauty.