Gone are the days when yogis survived on goat's milk and wheatgrass. Yogi David Romanelli has taken his vinyasa sessions on the road, paying om-age to celebrated seasonal-food-minded chefs from state to state. "Yogis and chefs are similar," says Romanelli. "They take the time to appreciate the good things." On May 7, he'll hold forth in Washington, D.C., at the tranquil Sacred Space studio, followed by dinner with ingredient-obsessed chef Dan Menches of Zola. Next up: Charleston and Los Angeles. Check out yogaforfoodies.com for details.
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