Guests were treated to an experience full of mindfully consuming cannabis and being aware of not only themselvesbut of the energy and properties of this unbelievable plant. Reminding us to always continue our knowledge about sustainability, remaining mindful of our intentions, educating yourself on edibles, and staying present with each breathe in and out. This was the premier transformational experience with Ganjasana.
— Maggie Murphy for Love and Marij

LA Yoga Magazine: Why Women are Leading the Charge to Re(unite) Cannabis and Yoga; April Short - April 2017

303 Magazine: Where to Practice Cannabis Yoga in Denver; Lynn Koves - April 2017 

Green Flower Media: Cannabis and Yoga; Blending the Benefits of Mindfulness, Plant Medicine and Stretching; Rachelle Gordon - February 2017

Organic Authority: 7 Reasons You Need CBD Oil in Your Kitchen (and Medicine Cabinet); Emily Monaco - January 2017 

The Cannabist: A Front-row Seat at a Cannabis Wedding; January 2017

Civilized.Life: Budmaid Goodie Bags for Today's Cannabis Bride; Zoe Helene, January 2017 

Civilized.Life: Higher Love: A Cannabis Plant Spirit Wedding; Zoe Helene - January 2017 

VICE | Broadley: Feminists Are Going to the Amazon to Drink Ayahuasca; Gabby Bess - December 29, 2016

AlterNet: 4 Ways Yoga's History is Fundamentally linked with Cannabis; April Short - September 16, 2016

Boston Yoga Magazine: In the Spirit of Nature, Cosmic Sisters on Ayahuasca; Zoe Helene - July 28, 2016

The Travel Joint: Best Places to Get High and Do Yoga in Colorado; June 2016

Love and Marij: Ganjasana, A Cannabis, Yoga, and Culinary Event; Maggie Murphy - April 23, 2016 

YOGANONYMOUS: Rediscovering the Ancient Power of Plants; Rachael Carlevale - April 21, 2016

YOGANONYMOUS: Lighting Up the Ganjasana: 10 Questions for Rachael Carlevale - April 20, 2016

AlterNet: A Feminist On a Mission to Introduce Women to Ayahuasca, the 'Cosmic Spirit'; April M. Short - March 11, 2016

Utne: Me and Mama Ayahuasca; Laura Marjorie Miller for Cosmic Sister - Summer 2015

WellnessToday: 11 Easy Ways to Break into the Yoga World Once You've Been Certified; Leigh Weingus - June 12, 2014 

SheKnows: 6 Things You Should be Doing Different on Your Period; Bethany Ramos - June 26, 2015

Carlevale’s open-minded approach to holistic menstrual wellness includes yoga and — you guessed it — cannabis. Citing Queen Victoria as a cannabis user for menstrual pain relief in the 19th century, Carlevale explains to SheKnows, “Cannabis is a wonderful companion plant to aid menstrual cramps, headaches, pain and uplifts spirits. I prefer heavy indica cannabis cultivars during my cycle, as they are known pain relievers. When approaching the use of edibles, start with slow and small solutions. And be sure to know your cannabis source before consuming. I prefer organic soil-grown cannabis.
— Bethany Ramos, of SheKnows