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Student Comment 2015

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“This is the most authentic yoga class I’ve been to” Michelle Burandt at WYNN Fitness / May.15.2015

he is an amazing yoga teacher” Laila to WYNN Fitness / May.15.2015

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“Adam Quang yoga, best ever” Tammyo Oakes from WYNN Fitness
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“You give out a relax and serene feeling” yoga  class
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Karen comment on Adam Quang taichi class📷Click on picture below ⬇️ to play video 

Student talk about Adam Quang yoga adjustments
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Adam Quang taichi and benefits
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Adam Quang Happiness Conversation

Adam Quang Happiness Conversation

New episode of #HappinessConversation airs every Mondays.

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Adam asks what makes you happy, and how to create and sustain happiness in everyday life. Inspiration from Torontonians creating happiness in their lives.

Turning the body, mind and spirit towards a balanced way of life – the art of spirituality! This is the happiness adventure


Click here for Research & Studies of meditation and its benefits…
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1000 Acts of Kindness

1000 acts of kindness poster: NYC, Beverly Hills, Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa and Brossard, Emeryville, Boston, Cambridge, Vermont, the Palo Alto, CA.
1000 acts of kindness poster: NYC, Beverly Hills, Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa and Brossard, Emeryville, Boston, Cambridge, Vermont, the Palo Alto, CA.
Adam Quang brings 1000 acts of random kindness to NYC, Beverly Hills, Boston, Cambridge, Vermont and Palo Alto, Emeryville, CA, Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Brossard from August 12th to September 9th, 2013

click here for more info…

1000 Acts of Kindness uses cranes to inspire us to create a ripple effect, making the world a better place one compassionate act at a time. Our hope at World Karma Project is that the cranes inspire 1000 acts of kindness that resonate into the world. Spreading kindness creates a ripple effect for the betterment of ourselves and makes the people around us “awesome.”

Hashtag: #1000ActsofKindness
Click here for Press Release1000 Acts of Kindness.

Copyright © 2013 Adam Quang, All rights reserved.


Free Yoga – Vietnam HCM

“Good karma” class Vinyasa Flow

Do one thing today that you've always said no to, and watch the wonders of life unfold before you

Adam Quang: founder of World Karma Project: Create and promoting inclusive, tolerance and open mindedness.

Yoga Livings Studio
Time: 10 am – 11:30am
Date: Sunday 26th, 2012.
Location:  8 Vo Van Tan, district 3.
HCM Vietnam
(crossway of Pasteur and Vo Van Tan street).
Cost: Free / pay what you can

come early !

1st come, 1st serve.

info [at]

All proceed will go to The Little Rose Shelter

The Little Rose Shelter is a project of the non-profit Ho Chi Minh Child Welfare Foundation. The shelter provides care, education and assistance to girls 12-18 years old who are at-risk or victims of sexual abuse, trafficking or labor exploitation.”

Thank you to Adam Quang; Gary Kenniston; Dato Hoang for making this happen


yoga retreat: Ont

A friend of mine having a yoga retreat

Summer of Love yoga retreat (Friday July 15 – Sunday July 17)

Rekindle your relationship with yourself.
Open your heart to possibility
find your sparkle, your snap in your shorts!
deepening your Yoga practice with Toni Potters and Dee Brooks
at Maple Leaf Farm Retreat in Maple Leaf, Ontario on 450 acres of rolling green hills and forest.

more info click here


Barry Schwartz on our loss of wisdom

“wise person knows: when and how to make the exception to every rule
wise person is made not born

Barry Schwartz makes a passionate call for “practical wisdom” as an antidote to a society gone mad with bureaucracy. He argues powerfully that rules often fail us, incentives often backfire, and practical, everyday wisdom will help rebuild our world.

Barry Schwartz studies the link between economics and psychology, offering startling insights into modern life. Lately, working with Ken Sharpe, he’s studying wisdom.”


free ticket: Yoga & Pilate conference


A Yoga Conferece is a good place to check out books, DVDs, clothing, the latest yoga mats, what’s going on in the yoga industry, studios in your hood, yoga vacations, etc. AND there are free classes throughout the day!

What are the 4 yoga branches?

(free ticket to the 1st right answer in the comment box)

To help you figure out all the info from the show:
How to Find A Yoga Teacher – Studio by Adam Quang


Uganda’s brutal new law

Uganda’s brutal new law expected be on the floor of Uganda parliament for debate in late February or early March. 2010

“Uganda’s parliament is about to debate its notorious ‘anti-gay’ law … a law that would make homosexuality a capital crime in some instances. The law also makes it illegal for Ugandans not to inform on people they believe are gay.

World leaders, including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama have spoken out against the bill. And before we continue, I just need to warn our listeners that there is some explicit sexual language in our next report.” to hear the interview click => The Current / CBC

“Uganda’s parliament is preparing to pass a brutal new law that would punish gay people with prison — even death.

Initial international criticism drove the President to call for a review. But after a well-funded and vicious lobbying effort by extremists, the bill looks set to be passed — threatening widespread persecution and bloodshed.

Opposition to the bill is rising, including from the Anglican church. Ugandan gay rights advocate Frank Mugisha writes, “This law will put us in serious danger. Please, sign the petition and tell others to stand with us – if there’s a huge global response, our government will see that Uganda will be internationally isolated by the proposed law, and strike it down.

With the decision expected in days, only an irresistible wave of worldwide pressure will be enough to save Frank’s life and many others. Let’s build a huge petition to stop the gay death law

click here to take action, sign the petition, then post on your Page (facebook twitter…)

The petition will be delivered to President Museveni and the parliament at the end of this week by top Ugandan civil society and Church leaders. Pro-death penalty advocates have also planned a march this week, so our voices need to be louder than theirs!

The bill proposes life imprisonment for anyone convicted of having same-sex relations and imposes the death penalty for “serial offenders”. NGOs working to prevent the spread of HIV could be imprisoned for up to 7 years for “promoting homosexuality”. Even members of the public face up to three years in jail if they fail to report homosexual activity to the police within 24 hours!

The bill’s advocates claim that it defends national culture, but its strongest critics come from within Uganda. The Reverend Canon Gideon Byamugisha is one of many who’s written to us – he says,”
It is violating our cultures, traditions and religious values that teach against intolerance, injustice, hatred and violence. We need laws to protect people — not ones that will humiliate, ridicule, persecute and kill them en masse.

By rejecting this dangerous bill and supporting the breadth of opposition to it, we can help set a crucial precedent. Let’s build massive support for Uganda’s human rights defenders, and save lives by stopping this bill — sign now here, then tell friends and family:

With hope and determination,
Alice, Ricken, Ben, Paul, Benjamin, Pascal, Raluca, Graziela and the whole Avaaz team

To know more, you can do google search “Ugandans gay legislation” / check out the linked articles below:
African letter to Ugandan President to throw out Anti-Homosexual Bill via Africa Files
Ugandan church leader brands anti-gay bill ‘genocide’ via the guardian
Human Rights Impact Assessment of Uganda’s Anti-homosexuality Bill By Sylvia Tamale, The Dean of Law at Uganda’s Makerere University via The Zeleza
Ugandan lawmaker refuses to drop anti-gay measure via washington post
Gay in Uganda interview with the man behind the bill / to hear the interview click => The Current / CBC

thanks Bruce for the email


‘Power of Movement’ yoga fundraiser

March 7, 2010: Be part of the yoga challenge in support of arthritis and autoimmune research! get involved  and sign up here

“Cool people like Nelly Furtado and Shinan Govani are becoming fans of Power of Movement on Facebook and are following us on Twitter at” Shauna Simons

“Power of Movement was started in 2007 by the Arthritis and Autoimmunity Research Centre Foundation, which is part of University Health Network. What started as a grassroots Toronto-based yoga fundraiser has since grown to become a Canada-wide campaign, raising funds and awareness for this often misunderstood group of diseases which affect people of all ages. Through Power of Movement, Canadians of all ages are celebrating their mobility in hopes of finding better treatments and ultimately, cures.

thank for the tip  J.C. / Media Profile


yoga for Hati

The folk at Yoga Space is having a fundraising  for Haiti.

“I can assure you will have a wonderful time. We all have different
backgrounds and are trained on different yoga styles so you will be
getting a little taste of what we do. plus you will be doing something
great for the people that aren’t as lucky as we are.”

YogaSpace jam for the people of Haiti
Saturday, February 13
12 – 2 pm
Pay what you can – suggested $20 minimum