Do right by your mind, do right by your body, do right by your spirit. Anyone can and should…LOVE THE SCALE. Now get your workout in! Peace – R
Hey everyone, come to Austin, Texas and get your Tola Yoga groove on before it’s too late! Because like they say here in The Lone Star State, the only sure thing in life are death and Texas…and now of course, Tola Yoga.
So come join me at the super welcoming Castle Hill Fitness Gym & Spa for a summer series of nine classes every Monday 10-11:15a.
Classes run the month of July and no worries about bringing your mat & towel because they’re provided free of charge. Better yet, use my promo code TOLAYOGA on their website (click HERE) and get a 50% discount of all class passes. Not to mention Castle Hill’s current promotions on spa services including therapeutic massages with aromatherapy, acupuncture featuring Acu-Moxa therapy, skin care and their muscle balancing M.A.T®.
Too good to pass up?
No doubt, especially if you’re visiting from out of town or out of the country for that matter. Because who needs to sweat it out in this 100 degree sweltering Texas heat when you can just take my class.
Any questions? Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have an awesome week everyone, and I’ll see you on the mat. Peace – R
I’m teaching another Tola Yoga pop-up class today from 2-3p in DTLA (111 W 7th St). So come honor yourself and our fallen heroes with a great workout. And bring your swim suit…we’ll be poolside before (Noon) and after.
Spoiler Alert: it’s my last class in LA for a while. I’m taking Tola Yoga to Austin for the summer so if I don’t see you today, I’ll see in Texas!
Peace – R
This Sunday, May 6th, no doubt you’ll be ready for a lustrating Tola Yoga class…that is to say, if you partied too hard on Cinco de Mayo.
So come quell that hangover with a great yoga workout, and don’t forget your bathing suit for the poolside festivities before and after class.
$10 class this Sunday from 2 – 3p in DTLA at 111 W. 7th Street – 90014
Any questions? Email me anytime at email@example.com. Peace – R
Hey everyone, hope you’re having an awesome 2018!
Things are heating up in the entertainment world, so I’m now teaching monthly Tola Yoga pop-ups and privates throughout Los Angeles in lieu of my regular weekend classes.
Come join us this Saturday at 4:30-5:30p for another challenging class!
For all inquires, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Peace – R
Hey everyone, now you can pick your money poison…Cash, Venmo, Paypal or digital currency to pay for your Tola Yoga classes.
Only $10 USD or bitcoins per class.
Have an awesome weekend and I’ll see you on the mat!
Peace – R
Time to fulfill the first part of our theme from last class, Launch & Let Go, by offering Tola Yoga classes in Downtown Los Angeles (that’s DTLA of course!).
Yoga Fundamentals is perfect for beginners or any level student looking to advance their practice by learning principle yoga poses.
Yoga Prime is perfect for intermediate to advanced students – plus courageous beginners – desiring a challenging yoga workout. Note: you will break a sweat.
Come take a class this Saturday or Sunday, or treat yourself to both classes if you really want to transform your practice.
Reserve in advance with PayPal or Venmo: email@example.com
Peace – R
That means anyone from beginner-to-advanced students can transform their practice with some private instruction from yours truly for only $60 per lesson. And only $90 for all corporate or group lessons.
And if you never tried yoga and have questions regarding your ability to practice or just want some insight on how to begin the process, email me and we’ll get you ready: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, the journey of a thousand miles starts with just one step.
And no worries if you’re not flexible, because yoga makes you flexible. No doubt. When I took my first class more than a dozen years ago I couldn’t even touch my toes. Within a few months I was touching the ground with my fingertips…and now I can touch both palms to the ground.
Amazing what a little yoga can do for you, not to mention the workout you get with Tola Yoga.
Peace – R
If there’s one piece of advice I can give – other than workout everyday and live by Yoga principles to build a strong body clear mind – it’s these three words:
Explore the world.
I just spent the past three days in Vancouver, Canada exploring a plethora of neighborhoods like Gastown, Downtown, Coal Harbor, West End, Davie Village, Yaletown, Kitsilano and Mt. Pleasant. An amazing 25 miles worth of walking around one of the most beautiful, clean, vibrant and fashionable cities I’ve ever lived or visited. There’s been quite a few.
In Vancouver you’ll find tons of great shops and eateries and cool street fashion that had me people watching as much as checking out the sleek modern architecture that’s everywhere.
There’s also tons of little parks and beaches and public art that seem to pop-up out of nowhere. Like the A-maze-ing Laughter in Morton Park consisting of 14 enormous bronze statues – in all different poses – of a shirtless guy laughing hysterically. And what a great way to get your daily workout in. By kicking-the-bricks, as we used to say back in my NYC real estate days.
Speaking of which, Vancouver also has that international cosmopolitan feel, much like Manhattan and Chicago. Plus, the hi-rise apartment building where I stayed had one of those old-school Universal weight machines and some dumbbells, which came in handy every morning. Add to that a yoga class, or better yet, a free 30-minute Tola Yoga class, and voila, you’re set!
So pack your bags, pick your destination, and do a little exploring on your own.
Peace – R
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 08/04/16
YogaStyles Braves 108-Degree Heat and Wraps Chicago Pilot
Chicago, IL: Long considered a sacred number in Yoga, 108 should bring good luck to creator and Yogatainer Rich Tola’s new Reality TV series that aims to inspire audiences with his one simple motto: Yoga…Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere.
Inspired is exactly how Rich and his crew felt as they endured the heat and filmed the Pilot episode of YogaStyles of RICH and the Almost Famous in more than 60 locations throughout the streets of Chicago.
“We knew it was going to be a scorcher, but we never anticipated it would be hotter than a July BBQ,” shares Tola. “The great news is everyone we interviewed, including the homeless woman (Rebecca) living in a tent on North Broadway, was super friendly and excited to give Yoga a try.”
In addition to the dozen or so “Almost Famous” people Rich interviewed, Tola also demonstrated challenging Yoga poses at many historic landmark and tourist attractions including Buckingham Fountain, Millennium Park, Water Tower, the University of Chicago, Navy Pier, Soldier Field and the Chess Pavilion by Oak Street Beach.
“Our last day of filming was the hottest, with heat index temperatures reaching 108 degrees,” Tola said. “And what’s cool about it was that we filmed a 2-hour class at the abandoned Damen Silos with our band of beautiful Yoga babes (The Namaste Five) and not once did anyone complain or even request a break. Talk about hot Yoga, it really felt like we were practicing in an oven.”
Yoga guru and lifelong fitness virtuoso, Rich Tola aims to teach everyone on the planet the fundamentals of the 6,000 year-old practice with his unique, workout style of Tola Yoga. “It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’re doing, anybody can benefit from five minutes of Yoga. After watching our show you’ll definitely be inspired to try Yoga, or at the very least, be excited to visit Chicago and enjoy all the amazing attributes this great city has to offer,” proclaims Tola.
Today also marks Rich’s 10-year anniversary teaching Yoga to more than 25,000 students in over 2,000 classes throughout the United States. Since 2006, Tola has produced 30 hours of instructional DVDs including his film, Boulevard Zen, and his video encyclopedia of 100 Yoga poses, Rich Tola’s Yoga Survival Guide, including Bus Stop Yoga, Traffic Yoga, Office Yoga, Shower Yoga and Watching the Ellen Show Yoga.