Join us at Toby's Feed Barn at 6:00pm on Saturday, September 30 for an intimate event with world-renowned yoga teacher and musician MC YOGI and his wife, Amanda Giacomini (10000 Buddhas). The two will be in conversation about MC YOGI's memoir, Spiritual Graffiti: Finding My True Path.
Ticket price includes a copy of the book. $30 advance / $35 at the door. Pay at the store or online at Eventbrite.
Refreshments will be served.
About Spiritual Graffiti:
Before he was one of the most well-known yoga teachers in North America and an international hip hop artist, MC YOGI was a juvenile delinquent who was kicked out of three schools, sent to live at a group home for at-risk youth, arrested for vandalism, and caught up in a world of drugs, chaos and carelessness.
At eighteen, fate brought him to his first yoga class. After discovering yoga, MC YOGI devoted himself to the practice. From traveling to India to study with gurus to living and learning with many American yoga masters, MC YOGI soaked in the knowledge that would revolutionize his entire life and put him on the path to healing, wholeness, and peace.
Through technicolor stories of graffiti and guns, mystics and musicians, love, loss, and finding his soul's purpose, MC YOGI's journey is saturated in spiritual wisdom, illuminating the potential for transformation within us all.
MC YOGI is a world-renowned yoga teacher and musician. He has performed and taught yoga everywhere, from head-lining festivals and nightclubs to performing in the Forbidden City in China and even at the White House. When not on the road, MC YOGI and his wife Amanda teach at their home studio, Point Reyes Yoga, in Northern California.
Amanda Giacomini has dedicated her life to uplifting people and creating more beauty in the world through yoga and art. From teaching yoga at the White House to presenting at some of the biggest yoga festivals, conferences and Asian Art museums in the world, Amanda infuses the ancient teachings with creativity and joy. Her journey in yoga began in 1994, and she continues to study with many great Indian and Western masters.