‘We Gotta Soak Up Some More of This Vibe’

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The Live Be Yoga team explains why they love the “effortless cool” of San Francisco, and how the yoga “changes completely” from one neighborhood to another. Plus, see highlights from the “yoga in the clouds” event put together by CamelBak, one of the sponsors of the Tour. Music by DJ Taz Rashid.

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