Yogis Bare All

"For some yoga practitioners, the body is a sacred vessel that should not be tainted. For others, the skin represents a blank, movable canvas for tattoos displaying thoughts, texts and deities that inspire and inform their practice," Emily S. Rueb...
Avatar:
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0
"For some yoga practitioners, the body is a sacred vessel that should not be tainted. For others, the skin represents a blank, movable canvas for tattoos displaying thoughts, texts and deities that inspire and inform their practice," Emily S. Rueb...

"For some yoga practitioners, the body is a sacred vessel that should not be tainted. For others, the skin represents a blank, movable canvas for tattoos displaying thoughts, texts and deities that inspire and inform their practice," Emily S. Rueb writes in the forward of "A Moveable Canvas," a photography portfolio in The New York Times that showcases the devotional artwork of yogic tattoos.


Piotr Redlinski's lovely black-and-white photos feature Jivamukti
Yoga School co-founder David Life and other yogis who wear their passion for the practice, literally, on their skin.