Welcome to Yoga Modern, an interactive online space that unites the yoga community in dialogue for global change. By exploring challenging questions through the lens of yoga, Yoga Modern cultivates meaningful conversation that inspires, educates, and connects communities.
Yoga Modern provides engaging, inquiry-based content around the deeper dimensions of yoga. Topics include, but are not limited to: asana, culture, philosophy, science, global affairs, health, and the arts. We invite yoga teachers, students, and notables from various backgrounds to write about universal aspects of our shared human existence.
Yoga Modern content reflects a sense of questioning and discovery. We feature rich, introspective writing that expresses how the yogic ideals apply in a modern world. We encourage writers to move beyond simple solutions, superficial summations, and showers of should’s. Yoga Modern is a space to come for heartfelt inspiration, deep inquiry, and ‘aha moments’ grounded in the joys and challenges of daily living.
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David Sunshine, Editor in Chief
David Sunshine has passionately pursued yoga and Eastern Philosophy throughout his life. He visits India regularly and has had the opportunity to meet and study under a number of great teachers and luminaries such as Ramanand Patel, BKS Iyengar, TKV Desikachar, and H.H. The Dalai Lama. For the past 14 years David has owned and directed the Dallas Yoga Center and recently he has created a gorgeous healing oasis retreat called the DYC Holistic Wellness Center. Click here to visit David Sunshine’s page in the Yoga Modern Community.
Daniel Sunshine, Director
Daniel Sunshine has dedicated his career to developing media that makes a positive difference in the world. He has had numerous leadership roles with companies ranging from PBS to National Geographic to a start-up TV and radio network dedicated to healthy living and the environment eventually purchased by Gaiam. At National Geographic, Daniel created and directed a social network that curated content from across National Geographic brands allowing a new audience to engage with the famous Yellow Border. Daniel also has an MBA from the George Washington University and enjoys applying his business and creative backgrounds to bringing innovation to life.