We are Karoline and Frank Neville-Hamilton — we’ve been students of yoga for 10+ years each and Karoline has been a registered teacher at several studios in Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, DC. We also do a lot of “sense making” in our day jobs at havahula.org, where we help (mostly) non-profits leverage technology to explain complex ideas (and why they matter) in a visual way with limited time and space. We get excited about great ideas — especially ideas that enrich and empower the human experience — and we’ve arranged the poster so that you can jump in, get an overall sense how yoga as a system is meant to work and explore from there.
The poster began as a personal project to consolidate much of the reading, learning, thinking and asking that we’ve done over the last decade as both teachers and students of yoga. With so many aspects to the practice, we found it challenging to remember, let alone explain, how everything fit together without having to dig through books and notepads. What we wanted was a diagram we could hang on the wall that captured, concisely, all the major aspects of yoga and did so in a way that was pleasing to look at.
So, we designed a 24” x 36” (standard size) poster printed on thick, archival quality paper that is made of 100% post-consumer waste, recycled materials and:
In addition to the iconic yoga poster you can also purchase our other yoga concepts & quotation art prints here. See below for details.