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The 3 Best Bad Yogi Moments in 2015

If you’re anything like me, you’re probably a bit of a procrastinator when it comes to keeping up with new stuff online. You see something interesting and swear you’ll go back to it later and then forget and this just repeats itself over and over… So, I figured I’d help you out a little 😉 We’ve had a lot of memorable moments this year here at Bad Yogi, so I thought it’d fun to relive some of the best, funniest, most inspiring moments of 2015 in a recap so you’re all caught up for next year!

Here’s the things you loved most in 2015…

1)  Chelsea Tauzin’s mother f****n’ unicorn cartoon AND subsequent Bad Yogi t-shirt emblazoned with her design 😉 This one went viral so many times since we published it, but many of those were uncredited variations of Chelsea’s creation. We were able to correct a few of them, but it still stung to see other people taking credit for her work. Always fun to re-live this one!

2) The video about failure. Another viral moment on the Bad Yogi timeline! This one got over a million views in total across all the places it was posted, and we’re beyond thrilled that you loved it so much. The message is something I personally have to remind myself of constantly, and I knew many of you were in the same boat.
3) The story about why we packed up our lives and went to France. Probably the most asked question of the year, and I had NO CLUE how many of you had done similar things in your lives! I love hearing your stories and getting to know you, so this was a really special post. It made me feel so much less alone when I read your experiences, fears, anxieties, and victory stories from moving and living far from home.
Nice Sunset

Over to you: What do you want to see me focus on for 2016? I’m spoiling the surprise a little bit, but I’ll tell you that you can expect a LOT more free yoga classes, more full classes and courses in the Bad Yogi Shop, and a way more interactive Bad Yogi Club. Am I missing anything that you’re dying to see?!

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    January 5, 2016 at 4:47 am

    I’d really like a class that I can do with my 10 year old daughter. She loves yoga, but a lot of the poses are difficult for her, and so she gets frustrated. With my love and passion for yoga, It’d be wonderful to share that with her. Even if it’s just one class. ?

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