At mang’Oh, we believe the practice of yoga is a celebration of life. We run a boutique yoga studio in NYC, teacher trainings in NYC and the Hudson Valley, and retreats around the world. Our blog takes the practice of yoga off the mat, exploring topics that allow you to build the strength and serenity to live your life with beauty and abundance.
2nd November 2017
Teacher’s Corner is a blog series written by one of mang’Oh’s most experienced (and well-loved!) teachers, Chintamani Kansas. Chintamani also …Read More
29th September 2017
We loved reading what Long Island for Sale had to say about mang’Oh!
“For folks seeking to surprise themselves with their ability …
23rd September 2017
We are looking back at posts that we love! Here’s a favorite from June 15th 2016.
Honestly, Frank has the most …
13th September 2017
We are looking back at posts that we love! Here’s a favorite from June 30th, 2016.
Anita is so fun and …
30th August 2017
Every month, Nikita heads to the kitchen to test out recipes we think the mang’Oh community will love. We hope …Read More
15th August 2017
We love learning more about our thriving neighborhood, Murray Hill!
The Bamberger Group have been profiling local businesses and we’re thrilled to have …
10th August 2017
What is your hometown?
When is your birthday?
September 19, Virgo
What training / education have you had?
BA: Fashion Merchandising, Moda Pelle Academy …
1st August 2017
To celebrate mang’Oh’s 10-year anniversary, we invited our students to join our 10-year challenge!
The goal was to attend 10 classes in …
30th June 2017
Why did you begin practicing yoga?
As a sedentary person by nature, I spent decades telling myself that to stay healthy …
28th June 2017
People love mang’Oh on Yelp! Thank you for all the support!
Please feel free to post a review on our Yelp …
1st June 2017
Every month, Nikita heads to the kitchen to test out recipes we think the mang’Oh community will love. This year …Read More
17th May 2017
What did you do before becoming a yoga teacher?
When I moved to NYC back in 2003 by myself, it was …