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9 Sandvox sites tagged “yoga”

dhrupad.paris

dhrupad.paris

“Nous Accueillons les amateurs de musique, nous leurs faisons découvrir Le Yoga du Son, Naad Yoga, La Musique Classique Indienne plus particulièrement le Dhrupad grâce à nos guides, Contactez les!” — Frederique Boschetti

www.nessiji.com

www.nessiji.com

“I love how clean and crisp the Hydrogen template is. I have A LOT of content that needs to be organized ... and the site just keeps growing ... this template makes it easy to organize the information and give structure to the wild variety of content in this ever expanding site.” — Vanessa Hendley

EKS Beachside Bodywork

EKS Beachside Bodywork

“The design I have chosen for my website matches the look of my studio well and compliments the photos of my studio on my website.” — Emily Sabo

Shanthi Bhavana Meditation & Yoga

Shanthi Bhavana Meditation & Yoga

“The design I chose suits my requirements. I needed a plain template - an open canvas - upon which I could create my design layout. Simple, minimalist... with the tools to drop and drag photos, icons and content... quickly, efficiently. The ease of linking email and URL links is amazing.” — Peter Morley

Common Sense Kundalini

Common Sense Kundalini

“We created a page on stillness. It was the first instance of using the carousel widget code from Amazon.” — JJ Semple

Life Force Books

Life Force Books

“This was our first website; we got some things wrong, but learned a lot in the process — how to name pages and how to leave space for adding content without destroying the URL hierarchies.” — JJ Semple

Jayarasa Yoga School

Jayarasa Yoga School

“I am teaching yoga in China, so my website is a simple website to offer people options to contact me, see some photographs, and to have a look at my qualifications.” — Benjamin Finnerty

Golden Flower Meditation

Golden Flower Meditation

“We used our Life Force Books site for a marketing test to see whether people would discover JJ Semple's second book, "The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death." When he finished the book, we printed up some "Publisher's Bound Galleys." These look just like a real book, but are...” — JJ Semple