by Angela Hopkins
When Angela first started contributing to craveDFW she asked what her limits were in what she might choose as topics. We told her crave was about anything she might desire as a young woman. Today she put us to the test and submitted an article on her favorite yoga studio. We loved it.
A community has come together to promote the well-being of our self-worth and that of others. How? Karmany Yoga is a donation based studio with a location in both Fort Worth and Dallas. No memberships. No cards. No Problems. Brilliant! Drop a minimum $15 in the donation box, unroll your mat, and get ready for inner and outer transformation. I welcome this new, much needed, non-corporate way to say “Namaste.” Continue reading
by Crave Staff
This fully automatic Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker lets you make your favorites in 20 minutes or less, with no fuss and no mess. Just add ingredients to the bowl, press ON and the machine does the rest. The large capacity makes up to 1½ quarts. The double-insulated freezer bowl eliminates the need for ice.
The handy kitchen gadget retails for $110.00. We will select one winner from those that make a comment below and announce the lucky person Friday January 27, 2012 around 5pm.
by Steven Doyle
On slower days such as this we like to turn to Facebook for amusement. Nothing charms us more than a look-see through Julie Powell’s Facebook wall where she offers daily quips and anarchy. You may recall Powell from the book Julie and Julia, with the subsequent film of the same title.
She describes herself on Facebook as such: “I may be a narcissistic whore, a libidinous shrew, and a defiler of the institution of marriage, but other than that I’m really a very nice person.”
Stalk on with us as we filter through some of her updates. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
We just saw this posted in the Tacobot group on Facebook and thought we would share with the craveDFW crowd. No extraneous commentary from us needed.
by Stealing Kitty
Fearless comes to mind when I reflect on an recent hot, summer day spent with Ashley Compton in a large warehouse with photographer Jarrod Fresquez and make up artist, Courtney Crush. The photo shoot captured Compton’s aerial ability, illustrating her strength frame by frame.
Compton impressed us all with laser focus, which was humbling for the voyeurs as the Texas heat began to kick ass. Her flexibility thanks to her yoga teacher training at Dallas Yoga Center; Compton currently teaches yoga at the Ruby Room Monday thru Thursday as well. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
Are you interested in using yoga to develop a deeper connection with youth in our community? Would you like to play a role in offering yoga to kids facing challenges like homelessness, truancy, and sex trafficking?
Studio to Streets, a Dallas based community outreach program, that uses Yoga to help promote health, happiness, and self-empowerment to undeserved Dallas communities is looking for volunteers! Their mission is to help Yoga teachers, assistants, and students join together to facilitate fun, empowering classes, using yoga as a medium to connect and build relationships with people who can’t make it into a studio.