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Morning Naked Yoga Session



Wake up with naked yoga featuring Melinda. Perfect for beginners and pros, this naked yoga flow will wake up your body and ensure you make the most of your day.

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Yoga By Equinox



Eager to master the arm balance? Equinox’s Briohny Smyth shows there’s no limit to what the artfully honed yoga body can do.

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Beginner Naked Yoga for Men



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Practice yoga in its purest form with this beginner naked yoga flow with Alec. This program is perfect for those just starting out on their naked yoga journeys, or even more experienced yogis who are looking for a more relaxing, stretch-focused flow. Learn about the basic yoga poses while also strengthening your core muscles.

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Chef Maya Erickson’s Black Sesame Dessert – Food Director Jennifer Davick



Maya Erickson’s Black Sesame Dessert

Film by Director Jennifer Davick and Producer Amy Yvonne Yu
Written by Tanner Latham | Post-Production by @mfd_sf

Stylized, Sexy, Provocative and Decadent. Everything You Would Expect from a Grandmother’s Recipe.

At 13 years old, Maya Erickson was working in a professional kitchen, tasked primarily with filling cookies and wrapping tuiles. She shrugs this detail off now, as if it’s simply a throwaway line unworthy of her bio. As if most newly-turned teenagers must surely have been like her—resisting the temptation to toggle among their screens and choosing, instead, a highly disciplined path.

It is with this kind of casual, unassuming tone that this wunderkind (now she’s in her mid-20s), pastry chef describes her Black Sesame Ice Cream with Black Sesame Pudding, a dessert rooted in her former chef’s grandmother’s poppy seed pudding recipe yet presented with a stylized, sexy and provocative manner that’s as arresting and mood-evoking visually as it is to the palate.

Maya created this dessert while working as the pastry chef at Lazy Bear, a San Francisco restaurant that grew from the cult-like following of an underground supper club and whose own chef/owner David Barzelay recently received the nod as a 2016 Food and Wine Best New Chef.

To complement the ice cream and pudding, Maya’s Black Sesame dessert features cassis jam, cassis pate de fruit, dehydrated devil’s food cake, forbidden rice pudding and a light dusting of charcoal. This creation—with its colors and flavors and textures—makes you question what you think you know about food. This is the epitome of Maya’s gift to anyone lucky enough to receive it—a delicately plated, understated, experiential dessert that decadently performs.

Simply put, it’s unexpected.

As our conversation moved beyond Maya’s dessert, we asked her a few other questions as well:

TL: What are some of the things that inspire you now as you’re evolving as a pastry chef?

ME: It comes from many different places. Sometimes I will know that there’s a flavor that will go well in my head. I don’t have any reason why. I just did a persimmon and root beer dessert with malt and chocolate. It just seemed so natural to me; it just makes sense in my head. But there can be other inspiration. Also, seeing what other people do and eating at other people’s restaurants and seeing what other chefs are capable of is always inspiring to try to help you find your own voice. You’ll see techniques or flavors that you never thought of or never considered. That’s always a huge inspiration.

It’s very easy to get stuck in your head. You have certain things you fall back on certain things you lean towards. To be taken out of your element and forced to reexamine what food means to you and the food you want to make is very important.

TL: How would you define what is happening in San Francisco now from a culinary standpoint? Are people pushing more? Are they trying to do traditional things in interesting ways?

ME: I think there are many schools of fine dining right now. There’s always the classic French fine dining. Then there’s more Spanish-inspired modernist fine dining. Then there’s Nordic fine dining, which is hyper simple and hyper local. It’s about finding the balance among the three of those in a lot of restaurants. The tech boom in San Francisco is creating an interesting environment for restaurants because there is such a demand for them. So many restaurants are opening with a really high caliber. The problem is that a lot of cooks can’t afford to live here anymore, which is really disheartening. So, you have all these badass restaurants that are super understaffed and trying to make it.

TL: If you were able to open your own place right now, what would it be like?

ME: I used to throw these pastry burlesque parties in San Francisco. That’s evolved into what, at the moment, we’re calling Dirty High Tea. I have a lot of friends in the performing arts, and burlesque has always been one of my loves. The two go hand-in-hand to me. It’s like Marie Antoinette, Rococo opulence. Dessert is a very decadent, luxurious and extravagant thing already. We’re going to do high tea service with giant platters of pastries and serve cocktails in tea pots and have performances and lounge acts and singers and girls in frilly clothes as servers. We’ll start out as a pop-up, and then in a million years maybe have a real place. But that’s like a million years away.

TL: Would you be performing as well?

ME: I used to be a dancer because my mom ran a dance company. I used to perform at the events I threw. We’ll see.

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True Naked Yoga – Guided Meditation feat. Crystal



Breathe your way back to peace with Crystal in this 6 minute guided mindfulness meditation. These gentle breathing techniques will help to calm your mind and bring you back to the present moment. Perfect for those just beginning their meditation journey or those wishing to simply feel grounded during a stressful day.

Practice naked meditation in the privacy of your own home to feel an even greater mind-body connection and sense of liberation from your daily anxieties.

Benefits of naked meditation include:
• better sleep
• lower stress
• less anxiety

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• expertly guided meditation
• soothing music
• beautiful cinematography shot in 4k resolution

Discover the joy of nude meditation with today’s restorative practice.

Namaste.

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True Naked Yoga – Yinyasa feat. Crystal



“True Naked Yoga – Yinyasa Yoga” is a return to the natural and unrestrained practice of naked yoga. “Yinyasa” combines the energy of the vinyasa flow with the restorative side of Yin yoga. In the privacy of your own home, Crystal will guide you through this 23-minute flow, bringing together dynamic vinyasa poses and relaxing yin stretches that will target deep into the muscles and connective tissues.

This program is perfect for yogis at every level who would like to build their strength and endurance while also moving onto the rest of their day feeling renewed and peaceful.

Some of the poses in this program require a block, bolster, or an object that can substitute such as a pillow or rolled-up blanket. If you have any injuries, you may wish to speak with a doctor before participating in this program.

Benefits of nude yoga include:
• enhanced mind-body-spirit connection
• increased sense of confidence
• improved body positivity

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• expertly designed yoga flow by Jannica Klingborg (certified yoga instructor)
• detailed, voice coached lessons
• shot in elegant 4k resolution so that you can experience the ancient art of nude yoga in a completely new, elevated way

Namaste.

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Marta Malé-Alemany – 2013 – UMTS Seminar 02 What does it mean to make an experiment?



Marta Malé-Alemany in the frame of the UMTS Seminar 02 – What does it mean to make an experiment?
Friday 3. May 2013
KADK – Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53, 1434 Copenhagen

Seminar Aim:
Within the UMTS project “What does it mean to make an experiment?” seminars deepen the understanding of the theory, motivation and nature of experiments. Directed towards the group of UMTS researchers as the schools public context and methods of an experimental practice are put into perspective through cross examination of examples from within the field of design and architecture as well as other design and sciences related disciplines. The seminars support the discussion and further development of a material based experimental practice in architecture and design. The seminars serve as well the cross-fertilization and examination of the activities within the three PostDoc experiments of the UMTS project.

Marta Malé-Alemany:

MARTA MALÉ-ALEMANY has been the Acting Director of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) in Barcelona, after co-directing its Master Program for 6 years, founding and leading the ‘Digital Tectonics’ Research Line, and creating IAAC’s first Digital Fabrication Lab. Marta Malé-Alemany has taught experimental design studios and research seminars in several Universities in the US (MIT, U.PENN, UCLA, SCI-ARC, and others) and has been a Course Master Tutor in the Design Research Laboratory (DRL) at the AA (Architectural Association) in London.

Marta Malé-Alemany graduated from ETSAVUPC (Barcelona, 96), holds a Master Degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University (New York, 97) and is currently a PhD candidate at the ETSAB-UPC (Barcelona), investigating the potential of large-sale rapid manufacturing technologies to innovate building construction. Currently her teaching focuses on the development of innovative material & construction solutions, using customized robotic devices or hacking existing digital fabrication equipment (CNC mills, industrial robots or other).
In her professional practice, Marta Malé-Alemany utilizes her expertise on 4 levels: as an exhibition curator she has given shape to exhibitions about digital design & fabrication technologies related subjects, like the show ‘FULL PRINTED: 3D Printing Objects’ or ‘FABBOTS: Design & Fabrication with Customized Robotic Devices’, shown at the DHUB Design Museum in Barcelona and other venues. As an international design juror, Marta Malé-Alemany has reviewed competitions like the HOLCIM Awards for Sustainable Construction, the Catalan Pavilion for the Venice Biennale, and a long list of Design Studio courses in European and American Schools of Architecture. Her work as an independent designer in her own architectural practice, has been recognized with the FEIDAD Digital Architecture Award, a NEOTEC Grant for technological entrepreneurship, and a wide range of publications that illustrate how her work explores the conceptual and material opportunities that emerge from testing novel digital methods for the production of architecture. As a consultant she has collaborated with international practices like Morphosis (Los Angeles), SMAQ (Berlin), Ábalos & Herreros (Madrid), Torres & Lapeña (Barcelona), Guallart Architects (Barcelona) and others. In that position, she has facilitated the analysis of conceptual ideas, the development of associative and parametric design proposals, and the application of digital technologies for the materialization of non-standard objects, building components and architectural structures.

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Female Fitness Motivation – Strong and Sexy Bikini model



IAFSTORE Photoshoot backstage with Jessica Stefanini, bikini fitness model

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