Yoga For Bad People
Raise your hand if you’re a good person. That’s what we thought. Katelin Sisson and Heather Lilleston, the founders of Yoga for Bad People, are two yogis who take their practice seriously without taking themselves too seriously.
Aussie artist George Raftopoulos mines his everyday world for both inspiration and raw material, then combines the two into politically charged works that pack a punch.
Cody Heffernan is the number one pro bull rider in Australia. In New York for the Built Ford Tough Series, the biggest tour on the Professional Bull Rider circuit, we spoke to Cody about the thrill of the ride, the significance of riding at Madison Square Garden, and wearing a cowboy hat around the city.
Soccer talent Florencia Galarza knows second chances are hard to come by. An injury took the rising star out of the game at an early age, but ten years later she’s back, energizing New York City’s emerging soccer scene. We spoke with Florencia about her aspiration to play on the Argentinian national team, and the smaller and smaller divide between athletes and creatives.
Dan Maynard is Zanerobe's brand manager and a founding co-owner of Noble Gentlemen Trading Company. Born and raised in Vancouver, Dan's active lifestyle keeps him sane in the hustle of New York City—whether that means boxing, biking through Times Square, or catching a breath of fresh air on the morning ferry.
Corbin Harris is a renaissance man on a skateboard. Heaps has changed in the decade since Corbin first landed in New York: the Aussie skater has hosted his own TV show, written a book, and ridden for some of the biggest names in the industry. The pro shredder turned sportscaster gives us the lowdown on legends of the New York skate scene and the zen appeal of cruising crowded streets.