Practice With Cyndi At Home
Looking for bite-size practices that you can easily fit into your schedule? Try the Yoga Snacks Challenge with Cyndi Lee, designed to offer you a delicious yoga morsel each day for fourteen days. These classes, made with love, are chock-full of yoga goodness: They offer different “flavors” for different tastes—whether you love restorative, vinyasa, or slower (long-hold) practices, there’s something here for you. Plus, they include customizable options, making them suitable for all levels of yoga experience.
Check out Cyndi’s online classes and dharma talks on www.yogainternational.com.
The Ellie Aaron Hour Podcast
January 25, 2017
Podcast #30: Cyndi Lee on loving the body, embodiment as spiritual practice, shifting internal negative self talk, yoga, and women in Buddhism
J. Brown Yoga Talks
November 14, 2016
Cyndi Lee – “OM Yoga” – Renowned Yoga Teacher, author of Yoga Body Buddha Mind and May I Be Happy. Cyndi’s interview begins 10 minutes into the program.
13 Contributors. 13 Days. 39 Unique Tips for “How to Stay GOOD with Your Body.”
The Adore Your Body Telesummit is BACK! Body positivity is for everyone of every sex, gender, race, nationality, age, religion, ability.
Join me and other yogis from around the world as we share storied and ways in which the practice of yoga has helped us overcome challenges with body image.
Based on teachings delivered by Gelek Rimpoche on the nature of mind, this course addresses the relationship between energy and mind, the mind’s capacity for liberation and wisdom, and continuity of consciousness. One needn’t be Buddhist to benefit from this course.
This course is both live in Jewel Heart New York and ON-LINE. I am honored to be one of the guest speakers along with Robert Thurman, Khen Rimpoche, Glenn Mullin and my dear guru, Gelek Rimpoche.
“In the end you’re still stuck with yourself. Even if you’re lonely.” ~ Cyndi Lee
Waylon talks with Buddhist yoga teacher Cyndi Lee in front of a bunch of beer cans.
Waylon talks with longtime friend and yogi mentor, Cyndi Lee—who (imagine!) does yoga, and Buddhism, and has a sense of humor, and a big heart. Most yogis take their shit that doesn’t smell way too seriously. Cyndi? She draws stick figures, publishes books, does the celebyogi circuit but doesn’t get caught up in her own ego. What can we learn from her ups and downs?
Yoga Journal Live