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Cannabis-enhanced yoga is becoming more popular today as more states begin to legalize marijuana. Ganja Yoga, created by Dee Dussault, started in Toronto in 2009 when no one heard of or attended cannabis-infused yoga classes, and has since expanded to San Francisco. With Dussault as a teacher, students should expect an experience that is more than just yoga plus cannabis. Dussault believes that students are able to tune out their racing thoughts and pain points because when they consume marijuana, they become more mindful and free to move how their bodies need. Every Ganja Yoga class begins with a half hour social where the students smoke to allow the group to settle into the calm and nonjudgmental environment the class provides. The marijuana is provided and free, so regulars and beginners continue passing joints around the circle. When the class starts, some students keep vape pens at the end of their mats to maintain their high yoga experience.  

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Rock icon David Crosby is not one to mince words - even when criticizing himself, which is a recurring theme in the new documentary 'David Crosby: Remember My Name.' And he's just as unapologetically candid when the cameras are off, I learned after chatting with Crosby over the phone to discuss the premiere of the doc, which opens this weekend (July 19) in New York and Los Angeles. So far, the doc has received excellent reviews from critics who find his frankness refreshing in an age when so many public figures are afraid to go off script and drop their filters. "Nobody does that anymore," Crosby told Civilized.

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