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Brian Castellani is one of the few yogis who successfully “Advocates for Yoga Teachers” regarding the most important aspect of teaching yoga: Yoga Education
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Brian Castellani has volunteered for ONE.org as a CDL in San Francisco for over 5 Years, and currently continues as a ONE member in his new home in Jacksonville, Florida.
Brian is one of the few yogis who successfully “Advocated for Yoga Teachers” regarding the most important aspect of teaching yoga: Yoga Education.
Brian is recognized for consistently bringing awareness into yoga education since 2009… (also with the help of a handful of other Yoga Teachers from NY, TX, WA, LA, and CA – we changed American Yoga without any help from Yoga Alliance). Brian produces, films & edits his own videos. His approach is unorthodox, directed and a hybrid combination of innate creativity and journalistic association.
Brian is self taught as a web designer and his dynamic web capabilities delivers analysis and social integration. He is a social media beacon for the 21st Century. Brian has completed over 200 biography videos about local businesses and yoga teachers.
2009: Castellani.me • Personal Site •
2009: Yoganomics • the blueprint of yoga •
2010: IndieYoga • be local, live yoga •
2012: JaxBeachBuzz.com • Social Community News for Jacksonville •
As a person, I do yoga as much as I can, which sometimes is not as much as I’d like. I have bad balance from a previous incident which resulted in a head injury that impaired the left side of my body, crossed my eyes, and effected my balance.
I understand what compassion is, what I don’t understand is how yoga teachers can support a yoga “teacher standards” charity which has never been charitable, nor taken a stand for anything until I literally forced them too.
I have volunteered for ONE.org as a “CDL” (Congressional District Leader) in San Francisco for over 5 Years, and currently continues as a ONE member in his new home in Jacksonville, Florida.
Yoga Journal magazine during 2005 – 2009, initially while John Abbott had owned Yoga Journal, then in 2006, Active Interest Media purchased it. Yoga Journal has been accredited with helping yoga not only thrive in America, but also continues to promote yoga around the world. (Although it has also been criticized for being mighty white for representing an “Indian Tradition” with mostly thin white yoga “models.”) Brian’s last day working with Yoga Journal was November 4th, 2005. He started Yoganomics on November 5th, 2005.
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I’ve had a pivotal role after working at Yoga Journal, as one of the few yogis who successfully advocated for yoga teachers concerning the most important aspect of teaching yoga: Yoga Education. Since 2009, along with the help of a small handful of other non-corporate yoga teachers from NY, TX, WA, LA, and CA, successfully challenged the way American yoga teachers qualify, quantify and teach yoga as yoga teachers (specifically regarding the credentialing of yoga teachers). Today, Brian produces, films & edits his own videos. My approach is unorthodox (not a box thinker), a self taught as a web designer with dynamic web capabilities and social integration. I have completed over 186 biography videos about local businesses and yoga teachers.
I have been in Jacksonville less than two years and I have already expanded my own business.
As a person, I am a reality of yoga & small business, trying different methods of “manufactured recycling” for the development of useful eco products, supportive to the growth of yoga education, media broadcasting, investing in the future of Africa, orphans, disability rights, eradicating the corporate plague of unaccountability, ending dependence on OIL, and reducing the number of endangered species.