Jedi Power

The first ever Jedi Power Teacher Training course was held in June, 2017 with Jason and Chelsey Magness and Chip Fieburg as instructors to only a handful of students in an exclusive location. Here you'll find an explaniation of Jedi Power and a first hand account of the training and what it entailed. 

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A Bathroom With A View

I still remember the first time I pooped in the woods. I was traveling alone in India, hiking towards a waterfall when it hit me. There was absolutely no time to delay! Nature was calling. There was nothing I could do to stop it.

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Life: A Series of Circles

This is the story of choosing a different path in life and ending up in the most unexpected location.

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Eat, Puke, Travel

The true story about traveling with food sensitivities.

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A Grand Canyon Adventure

A Grand Canyon adventure attempting to run the Rim to Rim to Rim and actually running into unforeseen obstacles. 

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YogaSlackers Take Over Red Rock Rendezvous For the 8th Year in a Row

More YogaSlackers than ever are back at the Red Rock Rendezvous near Las Vegas to teach slackline, yoga, and acroyoga as well as climb and general YogaSlacker shenanigans.

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How To Reduce Your Styling Choices On The Road

Traveling with your whole wardrobe can get stressful. Luckily, there's a way to make your life easier and organized. 

 

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The Case For Packing Heavy

Next time you find yourself in the beginning stages of a trip, we encourage you to throw away every notion of packing light. Instead, we want you to pack all your gear with you; this is why.

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Life At The Edge: The Art of Human Powered Slacklining

Human-powered slacklining is simply walking a slackline anchored by people. It’s an incredible display of teamwork and skill. This week, two world records in the niche activity fell that made our jaws drop.

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This Is What Fun Feels Like

"This is what fun looks like. This is what fun feels like." These are the mantras that circulate in my mind as I reach as high as I can - searching for a good climbing hold and all I find are loose rocks...

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