Nutra Summa, makers of patented immune balancing health supplements, and Yoga Journal magazine team up to spotlight healthy lifestyles for kids and give readers a chance to win Yoga Revolution – a new compilation CD featuring award-winning artists Sarah McLachlan, Seal, Sting, Sheryl Crow and international artists Angelique Kidjo, Anoushka Shankar, Ziggy Marley, Krishna Das, Deva Premal and Donna De Lory. Yoga Journal’s 35th Anniversary September issue features music icon Sarah McLachlan on the cover along with an interview on her love of yoga.
Readers are invited to enter the contest at yogajournal.com/sweep/94 to win a Yoga Revolution CD, which was created to raise funds for yoga-based fitness classes in schools serving underserved youth throughout the country.
“Maintaining a healthy life balance comes in many forms, whether it’s taking natural vitamin supplements or simply getting kids to move to music,” said Dr. Mayur M. Dev, yoga practitioner, pharmacist and director of product safety for Nutra Summa. “Nutra Summa is committed to increasing customers’ knowledge and education on our innovative products which is why we have a pharmacist on staff. We proudly support the mission of Yoga Revolution.”
Yoga Revolution was produced by Frank Fitzpatrick, a multi-platinum producer, Grammy-nominated songwriter, yogi and the founder of EarthTones. The CD is part of EarthTones’ Music with A Heart program and features Nettwerk Music CEO and yogi, Terry McBride, as the executive producer. Proceeds from the CD will benefit the Yoga Health Foundation’s national health education and fitness programs.
For more information about Yoga Revolution visit yogarevolution.org. For more information about Nutra Summa, visit the website.
About Nutra Summa
Nutra Summa (nutrasumma.com), which means “The Highest in Nutrition,” is a nutraceutical company specializing in developing independent lab-tested health supplements manufactured and distributed in the U.S. Nutra Summa backs this commitment with a research team comprised of doctors, pharmacists and researchers, as well as a registered pharmacist available on staff to provide more information to customers on its products. For more information please visit the website or call 1-866-866-3993.
EarthTones is a California 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization committed to raising social consciousness and connecting people across the globe through the power of music and media. It uses revenues generated from corporate sponsors, music sales and donations to develop multimedia projects with a positive intention to bring about social change. The Yoga Revolution CD series is part of EarthTones’ Music with A Heart program. For more information visit YogaRevolution.org and EarthTones.org or call 1-800-938-6853.
About Yoga Journal
Yoga Journal (yogajournal.com) is the largest circulation yoga magazine in the country. Founded in 1975, its paid circulation is 350,000. Yoga Journal holds several conferences a year, including New York, Boston, Grand Geneva, WI, and Estes Park, CO. Its website — which Forbes called "The Web's most expansive and impressive Yoga site" — is one of the most visited yoga sites on the web. Yoga Journal also produces many best-selling yoga books and DVDs, including "The Complete Beginner's Guide," "Yoga for Morning, Noon, and Night," "Yoga for Well-Being," Yoga for Stress" and "Yoga Step-by-Step" The magazine is owned by Active Interest Media, Inc., the consumer enthusiast media company based in El Segundo, Calif. For more information visit the website or call 415-591-0555.