The Ynot T-shirt is BACK!

Due to popular demand,  yes, I repeat!  The Ynot T-shirt is back! And this time, in 8 assorted colors.

Designed not in Gotham City but in San Francisco’s Mission District by Yoga Teacher, Tony Eason.

Created to empower & remind individuals:

  1. To be the awesome superhero they already are;
  2. To live life to it’s fullest;
  3. To strive for the unimaginable;
  4. To think out of the box!

Ynot Tshirt WhiteSuperhero - TshirtYnot Tshirt BlackYnot Tshirt BlueYnot Tshirt GrayYnot Tshirt GreenYnot Tshirt Light BlueYnot Tshirt PurpleYnot Tshirt Red

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Ynot Superhero | American Apparel T-Shirt Online Store

Superhero T-Shirt

Ynot Superhero T-Shirt by Yoga Teacher, Tony Eason |

Coming to your neighborhood soon!

‪#‎americanapparel‬ ‪#‎superhero‬ ‪#‎video‬ ‪#‎tshirtonline

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American Apparel Crew Ynot Superhero T-shirt

American Apparel Crew T-shirt

Designed by Yoga Teacher, Tony Eason. Created to empower & remind individuals to be the awesome superhero they are; to live life to it’s fullest; to strive for the unimaginable; to think out of the box!

Get one while supplies last – limited edition. Women’s & Men’s sizes available.

  • Fitted Unisex Tee
  • 100% ringspun combed fine jersey.

American Apparel T-shirt

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Oprah Winfrey | Monsanto AD in “O” Magazine

  • Oprah has become “a horse of a different color.”
  • Oprah Organics & Monsanto sit at the very same dinner table.
  • Oprah Winfrey is promoting Monsanto in her O Magazine!

So, I opened up a can of #whoopass

#oprah #monsanto #magazine #organic

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The Oprah Winfrey Hashtag!

Pinterest | #whereisoprah

I decided it’s time to test out / broaden my SEO Social Media Skills; so I launched the Oprah Winfrey Hashtag. 

Flickr | #whereisoprah

Google search it and see what you find.


 Instagram | Where is Oprah? #whereisoprah

On 06 June 2014, I, Tony Eason, (and 2,500 of my cycling buddies) will bike 575 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in the fight against the AIDS Pandemic. And as we bicycle past the home of Oprah [Montecito, California] , I invite the Oprah Winfrey Network. to participate in any way that they can.

“Every time you state what you want or believe, you’re the first to hear it. It’s a message to both you and others about what you think is possible. Don’t put a ceiling on yourself.” – Oprah Winfrey

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SF Cyclist bicycles 545 miles for San Francisco AIDS Foundation in AIDS/Lifecycle

In June 2013, Cyclist, Tony Eason will embark on his 16th 545 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles in the fight against AIDS.  And with each year, he must raise a $3,000.00 minimum in sponsorships to participate in this AIDS/Lifecycle Event.  Therefore, it’s time for the Silent Auction.So how does this Silent Auction work?
1.  Check out the Silent Auction Items [see below].

3. Highest Bids will be posted [on official blog] daily till closing date.
4. Highest Bidder Wins!
5.  Winning Bidders will be emailed on 18 May 2013 
And what happens if you win? 
1. Make an online donation to AIDS/Lifecycle & you will be mailed the auction item.
2.  Mail a check for the winning amount [written out to AIDS/Lifecycle]  & you will be mailed the auction item.
Item # 1

1800’s Victorian Fire Place Mantel” [62.5 x 48 x 15] by Tony Garcia – Retail Value = $300- $500

Delivery & Labor Not Included.
Bidding Starts at: $100.00
Minimum Bid Increase: $2
Levis Strauss Certificate 
Item #2 
“$100 Levi’s Gift Certificate” donated by “Anonymous” – Retail Value = $100.00
Bidding Starts at: $60.00
 Minimum Bid Increase: $2  
“We are the embodiment of the energy and events of our time, inspiring people from all walks of life with a pioneering spirit. Generations have worn Levi’s® jeans, turning them into a symbol of freedom and self-expression in the face of adversity, challenge and social change. 
Our customers forged a new territory called the American West. They fought in wars for peace. They instigated counterculture revolutions. They tore down the Berlin Wall. Reverent, irreverent — they took a stand.”
Yoga Tree - Yoga Class Pass
 Item #3

“5 Yoga Class Pass” donated by Yoga Tree San Francisco – Retail Value = $80.00

Bidding Starts at: $55.00

 Minimum Bid Increase: $2  


“At yoga Tree we strive to bring you the best yoga instructors the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer in studios that are clean, warm and supportive. We are committed to green practices that make our studios safe for our students as well as the environment. Although we offer a variety of styles of yoga, all of our classes share one thing in common – a comfortable space in which to explore the body, mind and soul.” –

.Dave X Robb

Item #4 
“Swedish / Deep Tissue Massage” donated by Dave X. Robb- Retail Value =  $80.00
Bidding Starts at: $50. 
Minimum Bid Increase: $2

” .. . .I believe massage is one of the best things you can do for yourself — its benefits range from quieting the mind and relaxing to working out serious knots and kinks; from improving circulation and flexibility to balancing one’s energy.

As an avid cyclist, swimmer, and yoga practitioner, I am especially attuned to the kinds of attention our bodies might need when we overdo it on the bike, in the pool, or on the mat. I’ve been there.

That said, I offer massage to men and women of all ages and body types. I tailor every session to your own specific wants and needs.” –

Item #5
“90-Minute Healing Session” donated by Nick Venegoni – Retail Value:

 Bidding Starts at: $75.00
Minimum Bid Increase: $2  

“In my practice I see individuals and couples from a variety of backgrounds. My specialties include working with individuals living with anger, anxiety, depression and relationship concerns; and with individuals and couples from the queer community. I also enjoy working with people around spiritual and existential issues – exploring beliefs and finding meaning in life’s experiences.”

16th Year Cyclist, Tony Eason –

AIDS/LifeCycle is a fully supported, 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Every year, this landmark ride through beautiful California delivers a life-changing experience for thousands of participants from all backgrounds and fitness levels united by a common desire to do something heroic.

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Iyengar Yoga Institute | Interview with Yoga Teacher, Tony Eason

  • From Pranayama to Pedaling: IYISF Hosts AIDS/LifeCycle Benefit

On Friday May 24th, join IYISF Faculty Member Janet MacLeod for a two-hour benefit class open to all levels in celebration and acknowledgment of the 16 year commitment of IYISF AS/TT alumni Tony Eason (2002) to AIDS/Lifecycle. The 575-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles brings together 2,500 cyclists each year for to raise funds and awareness to support the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation in their work to reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS. Each year, participants pledge to raise funds for these beneficiaries; in his past decade and a half of riding, Tony has not only pedaled over 8,000 miles, but has also raised over raising over $64,000.

We caught up with Tony to ask him a bit about his experience and impressive accomplishments with ALC as well as it’s synergy with his yoga practice. Read on for his inspirational interview!

IYISF: Can you tell us what inspired you to first start participating as a rider in ALC and what has kept you going back for 16 years?

Tony: In 1994, At the age of 32, a friend suggested, “sit in the nude & stare into a mirror.” So, I did. And after staring (for 10 minutes) at my face, arms, stomach, eyes, feet and legs, I realized the mirror reflection did not match up with the words pouring out of my mouth. I realized that I was a cocaine addict and that I had no “real” purpose. Days later, out of the corner of my eye, I saw a flyer for California AIDS Ride.

Then a light bulb went on in my head. I decided: “I CAN DO THIS!” I decided to use physical activity as a way to regain my focus and make some life changes while simultaneously being “of service.” Therefore, in May 1994 [after 1 year of training] , I participated in my first 545 mile, 7 day bike journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles in the fight against the AIDS Pandemic.

What has kept me going back?

I believe “the best way to teach is by example.” And therefore, I continue to participate in the AIDS/Lifecyle Event as a way to empower & encourage others to become the refection they want to see of themselves while simultaneously being “of service”.

Presently 18 years later, on occasion, I stare into the mirror. And instead of viewing selfishness, vanity, illusions, cocaine, lies, and ‘Jack’, I see a yoga student of 17 years. I see an Iyengar Yoga Teacher. I see a San Francisco Marathon Runner. I see a road cycling AIDS Activist. I see a 50 year old man with a vision & purpose. I see a philanthropist. I see a positive addition to humanity.

IYISF: How do you train for a 575-mile ride and maintain your yoga practice and an instructor? Are the two harmonious or do you find there is discord?

Tony: The practice of hatha yoga can not bring discord to one’s life.

By bringing awareness of the physical body, the regulation & control of the breath, and creating a stillness of the mind, the continuous practice of Hatha Yoga strengthens and brings harmony to the athlete. One’s personal practice & yoga sequences can be altered [if needed] to assist in the athletic training recovery process. Perhaps instead of doing a rigorous yoga sequence, one might consider a restorative sequencing. Instead of Sirsasana, perhaps it’s a day for Viparita Karani.

A Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher once told me, “teach what you know.” Therefore, I use my athletic training experiences to enhanced what hatha yoga knowledge I can share with my yoga students and/or offer during my yoga classes.

IYISF: Do you have any words of wisdom for those who are interested in taking on the challenge of an endurance sport?

Tony: Whether training for a endurance athletic event; preparing for the 2yr Advanced Teacher Training Program of the IYISF; or striving to become President of the United States – the training formula is the same. “Vision. Focus. OWN IT!”

Vision comes when a light bulb goes on & the seed is planted. Focus develops when one sets a course of action – a plan. And to Own it: one executes the plan with “discipline & perseverance. ”

Most individuals can find ‘vision.” [we can all ‘talk the talk’].
While some can find ‘focus.’
But the one who will prevail is the one who has ‘the courage” to OWN IT!

IYISF: Can you share with us one of your most memorable and/or meaningful experiences from your years as an ALC rider?

Tony: My most memorable experience was my very first AIDS Ride. I arrived at the starting line with $3.00 in my pocket, no idea of how I was going to return to San Francisco, no place to stay in Los Angeles, a questionable bike, and the fear of failure. And although I was completely broke, I refused to let a financial challenge stop me from achieving my goal. Therefore, I surrendered to my destiny – allowed things to fall as they may.

Seven days, 575 miles later, I arrived in West Hollywood. At which point, I realized it is possible to step outside of one’s regular routine. I realized it is possible to empower yourself while assisting others. I realized I was not alone in my ideas of creating a better world. And I realized that miracles can occur. After all, I made it back home to San Francisco with $3.00 in my pocket.

For more information about Tony’s ALC Benefit Class taught by Janet MacLeod or to register click here!

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