Yoga Rocks the Park San Diego is so excited to be part of the upcoming V Elements Festival
scheduled for Saturday April 5th at Liberty Station.
V Elements (pronounced Five Elements) is a second year, one-day sustainable yoga, music and arts festival. There will be yoga classes by day, lead by some of most sought after instructors, and music by night from both local and national touring artists.
To celebrate, together with V Elements, we are giving away 1-pair of tickets! All you have to do is enter your email address to be entered! (it only takes 5 seconds).
p.s. Like V Elements on Facebook = Good Karma Points. Namaste and Rock on!
Entry for the contest is now closed! See you at V Elements!
By entering this contest, you are opting in to receive email updates from Yoga Rocks the Park and V Elements. Winner will be notified via email by March 31, 2014. Prize includes 2-Full Passes to V Elements. Travel not included. Limit 1 entry per person.
It's Solar Powered
Provided by Alternative Power Productions, the V Elements main stage will be completely powered by alternative and solar energy including all of the sound and lighting. Alternative Power Productions has built the largest solar powered hybrid stage in the country. The stage is a Stageline SL250 integrating a 4.83-kilowatt (4830 watts) solar array, which supplies sunlight to (2) 800 amp batteries totaling 1600 amps of storage. The array powers (4) Outback Systems Inverters pumping 120 amps of power at 120Volts. The stage also houses a biodiesel generator equipped with an auto start feature making this stage 100% self-contained. Namaste and Rock on!
Goal of 100% Waste Diversion
We are really excited to announce our partnership with Zero Waste San Diego to help balance the five elements! We will work hand in hand with Zero Waste to create a thorough V Elements waste management program aiming for 100% waste diversion.
They take their Carbon Footprint Seriously
V Elements is teaming up with Carbonfund.org to offset our carbon footprint. All tickets purchased for V Elements will include renewable energy credits, off-setting ticket buyers’ estimated travel emissions to and from the event. Other unique sustainable offerings will include paperless marketing, bike valet, shuttle points and more.
All the details: www.velementsfest.com
Music is the inspirational driving force shaping lives worldwide. A great musical composition does not always need words to have an everlasting impact, for the message can be seen, felt and heard through sound. Take 22 year old musician Eric Stanley, who knows all about inspiring others through his musical talent. With over 15 million+ YouTube views, and 91,000+ YouTube subscribers, Eric is well on his way to achieving his goal of changing lives with his violin.
Born in Chesapeake, VA, Eric grew up in a household surrounded by musicians. What began as an elective in middle school developed into a second nature for Eric. As he entered high school, Eric went on to receive professional training and join the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra. Eric is currently studying Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Music and Business at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
Eric began playing along recorded songs in 2010. The first video he posted on YouTube was a violin cover of “Say Ahh” by Atlantic Recording Artist Trey Songz. This video gained 100,000 views in a day. The overwhelming response motivated him to keep moving forward. With just homemade videos recorded in his dorm room, Eric has reached over 91,000 subscribers and surpassed 15 million total upload views. He
continues to use this social media site to build his brand and has been featured on a number of social media sites such as Perez Hilton.com and WorldStarHipHop.com.
Eric’s mixtape of covers entitled “The Eric Stanley Project” was released in April 2011 to the delight of his fans and has received 56,000+ views, and over 27,000 downloads to date. This musical protégé continues to elevate his passion, and has performed both nationally and internationally in Ecuador, Mexico, England, as well as Sweden.
COSTA RICA YOGA RETREAT AND ADVENTURE
JUNE 26-JULY 1, 2014
6 days, 5 nights double occupancy at the beachside Rip Jack Inn
3 healthy, local meals a day
2 Yoga classes daily plus meditation ( including chakra flow and guided meditation and beachfront fire ceremony and intention setting)
Airport transfers included
Not included: airfare to and from Liberia, Costa Rica
$1600 before March 1st, 2014
$1750 after March 1st, 2014
$500 non-refundable deposit to secure your spot
( space is limited, first come, first served)
**Full payments include NON-refundable deposit**
Full Details available at www.anahatasoul/retreats
Come flow with Jenn tomorrow LIVE TOMORROW, March 16th at Steele Indian Park with Alex Austin & DJ Drez for Yoga Rocks the Park Phoenix!
About Lee Coulter
Self. It’s a prefix that usually sends musicians to the bottom of the pile. Self-produced, self-released, self-managed can all be ways of saying no one else cares. Lee Coulter became an exception to the rule in 2011 when his DIY debut album saw three singles reach rotation on Sirius XM’s The Coffee House (who also named him the Discovery of 2011) and major San Diego AAA station, KPRI FM. And more recently opening for musical greats Chuck Berry, Martin Sexton and Jack Tempchin as well as fellow up and comers such as Griffin House and Dawn Mitschele.
In Australia, Coulter started out producing and writing for other artists out of his bedroom, but after he moved from the beaches of Queensland to the coast of California, he tried getting in front of the mic himself and was hooked.
His audiences liked it too and they soon had him playing at top San Diego venues. After releasing his first album, he headed out on the road, touring the US for the next 9 months, playing for audiences from Hawaii to New York City. His song, “Booty Voodoo” became a hit on the Internet after being called “The Song of the Summer” by C.C. Chapman, host of the number 1 podcast on iTunes, Accident Hash. The tour inspired him to make his base in San Diego and build on his momentum. Unfortunately, things don’t always go according to plan and Coulter took a hit with the rest of the economy when live music became a luxury to most.
In February 2011, at the same time finances forced him, his wife and their toddler son out of their Encinitas apartment, Coulter’s socio-political single, “I Would Love”, went national on Sirius XM’s popular songwriter channel, The Coffee House. It was soon joined by “Photograph”, another track from the debut and they both remain on the airwaves today. And then, when KPRI called to tell him they’d added “Booty Voodoo” into rotation as well, he knew he had no choice but to head back into the studio and get back to work. The LP, “Mr Positivity” was released in 2012 followed by a national tour in 2013. Now he is working on his third album set for release in summer 2014 featuring a duet with Dawn Mitschele and a special guest bass appearance from Butterfly Boucher.
Coulter began writing music when he was a teen helping his unemployed single mother raise his younger sisters. For him, it was a mechanism to help lift spirits, a vehicle to be used in the pursuit of happiness – an idea still obvious and necessary in his music today.
Experience LIVE: YRP PHoenix, Mar 2
A self taught guitarist, Reynaldo first entered the Phoenix music scene in the early 2000’s. Coining the phrase, “Acoustic Soul,” Naldo commanded attention with simply a guitar by his side. After a few years in the twin-cities of Minnesota, Reynaldo returned home to Phoenix.
Reynaldo surrounds himself with music. He’s got soul running through his veins. He is constantly developing and fine-tuning his sound. Naldo aspires to bring beauty and peace to the masses, with the hopes of inspiring change in our world. It only takes a spark.
LIke + SUpport
- Erik Vienneau, CEO and Founder of Yoga Rocks the Park.
Yoga Rocks the Park™ (YRP) today announced its partnership with Give Back Yoga Foundation, headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Among the partnership benefits is the provision of a 5% donation of national net profits from YRP’s ticket sales to the Foundation, with another 5% donation going towards local causes in each of the 20 host communities where YRP operates.
Donations to the Give Back Yoga Foundation will bring yoga to thousands of people around the country in underserved communities, including veterans, incarcerated veterans, at-risk youth, prisoners, and those with eating disorders."Yoga as a path to peace should be available to all people,” said Erik Vienneau, CEO and Founder of Yoga Rocks the Park™. “Each year at our Yoga Rocks the Park™ events, we reach more than 20,000 yogis. But many people fall outside the realms of our core visitor group. Our partnership with Give Back Yoga Foundation will further our mission of promoting peace and well-being by reaching underserved populations that the Give Back Yoga Foundation proudly serves. Together we can touch so many beings. I'm thrilled about the incredible potential of our partnership."
For more information on Yoga Rocks the Park™ event information, please contact Traci Wallace at 442-222-0724 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.yogarocksthepark.com.
To learn more about The Give Back Yoga Foundation and how you can give back in your community, contact Shanti Medina at Shanti@GiveBackYoga.org or 720-841-8998.
About Give Back Yoga Foundation
Give Back Yoga Foundation inspires and promotes the methodology of classical yoga as a tangible and effective tool for transforming human consciousness. We strive to promote the experience of yoga as a powerful way to move beyond separateness, alienation, and diversity and fully recognize the fundamental unity of the universe and the underlying connectedness among all beings, communities, nations and religions. Our goal is to move from ‘self-centered’ to ‘community-centered,’ passing the gift of yoga, one individual at a time, to empower people, build communities and aid in alleviating the pain and suffering in our world. To learn more about The Give Back Yoga Foundation and how you can give back in your community visit www.GiveBackYoga.org or contact Shanti Medina at Shanti@GiveBackYoga.org or on her cell at 720-841-8998.
Yoga Rocks the Park™ is a movement to bring peace, joy and celebration to communities throughout the country. Yoga Rocks the Park began as a single event in Denver, Colorado seven years ago and is now celebrated in over 20 cities across the U.S. with 25,000 nationwide attendees at over 125 events. We continue to embrace the grassroots soul of our events and each event series is locally managed, staffed and supported by the local community. Our mission is to bring people of all ages to the park to celebrate community, play, bring light to local causes, engage with local wellness companies, and provide yogis with the opportunity to experience new teachers, styles, and flows, to live soundtrack provided by emerging local musicians. Each event series runs on select Saturdays & Sundays throughout the spring/summer, with 10% of net-profits donated to local and global nonprofit organizations. The weekly events feature an all-levels, 75-minute yoga class and a kids’ yoga program, Camp YRP designed for children ages 3-10, live music and access to innovators in wellness in our vendor villages. For more information on Yoga Rocks the Park™ event information, please contact Traci Wallace at 442-222-0724 email@example.com or visit www.yogarocksthepark.com.
About Open Sky Event Marketing
Open Sky Event Marketing, Inc. (OSE) is a leading wellness-industry event production and marketing firm on a mission to create conscious community through the creation of world-class events such as Yoga Rocks the Park & Friday Night Yoga Club, that promote peace, giving, and well-being on a local and global scale. www.openskyeventmarketing.com
LIVE: February 23 at YRP Phoenix with Max & Lisa Cohen
h3lla (aka Michael Heller) is a lawyer, turned tech-business owner, turned DJ and producer based out of Scottsdale, AZ. He creates and performs electronic dance, deep house, and ambient music including synth-heavy remixes of club and hip hop favorites, funky house or amalgamations of other styles.Starting out on the legal side of the business, h3lla, represented various artists covering R&B, soul, funk, rock and even various DJs. After transitioning into the world of software development and then onto music, h3lla began making remixes, DJing, and performing at local clubs such as Maya, W Hotel and Crescent Ballroom. Influenced by yoga and the music used in various practices, h3lla began focusing on producing melodies and mixes that compliment the movements and create a truly unique experience. Connect on Facebook