Do you love yoga and want to share your practice with others as a means of healing and wellness?
Join us online in the month of November for CinemAsana, the biggest online yoga film festival!
CinemAsana aims to find quality yoga videos from compassionate instructors. We’ll use these to create home yoga practices for cancer patients, survivors, or anyone seeking the benefits of stretching and breathe work. You might even win some swag in the process!
Throughout November submit as many videos of targeted sequences as you can. Checkout some samples on our videos page to get a feel for what we’re looking for. We’ll close off entries at the end of the month. After that, we’ll give all yogis a chance to get their friends and loved ones to watch their videos, rate them, and post comments before choosing the winners off of these criterion on December 15th.
Want to get involved?
Decide what you’d like to teach – maybe 3 minutes of hips or 7 minutes of sun salutations
When filming, start the video with your name, studio you’re affiliated with (if any), and a brief description
Click here when you’re ready to upload from your YouTube or Vimeo account. You will need a YogaBear.org account
Title your video as: Title – Instructor Name (Studio) Ex: “5 Yoga Poses for Arthritis – Celeste S. (Yoga Shantih)”
Add a description of the class and hit submit!
We will review your video within 24 hours. Click here for tips on making a yoga video.
Prizes for Best Submissions
Amazing yoga goodies will be given out to instructors from the top 5 videos by hits and ratings. Two grand prize winners we’ll be awarded for best segments that add up to a class and most videos added. Look out for yoga mats, mat bags, towels, straps, clothes, teas, mat cleaners, and much more from fantastic sponsors like Lululemon, Manduka, Satya Jewelry, Ecojot, Be Present, Dr. Hauschka, Prana, Yogitoes, Rishi Tea, and Jo-Sha.
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