Outlaw Yoga is a Revolution.
Outlaw Yoga is a revolutionary power yoga community, a technically simple and physically challenging way to practice a new way of being on and off the mat.
Outlaw Yoga is powerful, bold, present and fun. A style of yoga and community, and a way of living at its core, Outlaw Yoga is a movement to bring yoga to the people - all people - young and old, short and tall, skinny and fat, veggie loving vegans and carnivorous couch potatoes, hardcore bikers and hard charging cyclists, gals and dudes, fighters and lovers, soldiers and tree huggers.
Outlaw Yoga is for everyone!
Meet the Outlaws:
Founding Outlaw: Justin Kaliszewski
Justin is a reformed meat-head and former amateur cage fighter. He brings a lifetime of travel and world's worth of experience in battling the ego to the mat. An avid student, artist, and treasure hunter; he infuses a creativity and perseverance into his teachings, along with a distinct blend of humor and wisdom that redefines what it means to be an Outlaw and a yogi. A nomad at heart, you can also catch him as he tours the country teaching Outlaw Yoga in studios, at festivals, and in guest appearances.
Founding Outlaw: Mark Stefanowski
Mark is animal loving, Harley riding, Hell Raiser who has the privilege to teach yoga. A hard working Midwesterner that now makes his home in the ‘bubble’ of Boulder, CO he will be glad to teach yoga anywhere at anytime to anyone. He believes that the practice of yoga should be Powerful, Bold and Fun and challenges you to join him in his Outlaw ways.
Outlaw Teacher: Megan Zamora
Within just a few months of committing to a consistent yoga practice, Megan Zamora shed 80 pounds and found the acceptance and love for herself that she had been desperately needing. She came to her first yoga class trapped in years of self-hatred and insecurity, which had produced an eating disorder that dominated her life. Presented with a new sense of possibility through yoga, Megan discovered that wellness comes from within – from a commitment to feeling good. She took up the challenge of cultivating disciplined mindfulness, especially around the way she talks to herself and her daily dietary habits. She has made the bold choice to accept herself – to celebrate, to find contentment, and even joy with exactly where she is in this moment. In allowing for this inward connection for the first time, she now feels worthy of connecting to others, and that has set her free. Come with her. Step on the mat and explore, expand, accept…