A Revolutionary is not just a brand ambassador, but also an active participant in a movement for well-being, art, and the environment. We are looking for people who truly feel connected to Spiritual Revolution’s inspiration, purpose, and, of course, our mats. A Revolutionary’s enthusiasm to bring awareness and create change is essential to growing the movement and inspiring others.
What A Revolutionary Will Receive From Spiritual Revolution
Love and Gratitude
One mat (of your choice) at a special, discounted cost + a Spiritual Revolution branded t-shirt (for the men) or tank top (for the women) or equivalent based on current stock
Spiritual Revolution will include a short bio + image (on your SR mat) on our website
Spiritual Revolution will promote your website and/or social networks as well as feature you on our blog
A personalized coupon code valued at $5 off any mat for you to offer to any interested person *Revolutionaries can book a 30 min photo session with Joe Longo in the Philadelphia area for Spiritual Revolution promotional use (sessions can be scheduled with Spiritual Revolution or Joe Longo). Cost: $150
What Spiritual Revolution Asks From A Revolutionary
Actively use your mat – in classes you teach or take, on your website/social networks (please tag Spiritual Revolution)
Communicate/Educate/Share (in person and online) about our brand, purpose, mats, artists, events, and Revolutionary Program. We encourage you to be authentic and to have fun.
Write or record three to six (or more if you wish) blog/video posts a year to be featured on our blog. The topics can be about yoga, pilates, well-being, art, the environment, the mats, inspiration, or any other uplifting topic you believe may help connect people to the movement. We will make our team available to you for assistance.
Teach two community classes sponsored by Spiritual Revolution (we would coordinate the availability of mats to sell as well as other merchandise)
We are open to any suggestions and ideas you may have with regard to growing the revolution. This may include sponsored events and contests, special workshops, etc.
Our revolutionary program and family of Revolutionaries can be found here.
The revolution is now and we welcome your spirit and love. We believe we all have the power and creativity to transcend and transform.
For the month of September we invite you to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of The Zen Den Coffee Shop in Doylestown, Pa.
Holly Rogers, Spiritual Revolution’s visionary, CEO and one of its artists, grew up in Doylestown. Holly’s mother, Jane Rogers, is also an artist for Spiritual Revolution, and was a public school teacher in Doylestown until she retired from teaching. The Bucks County community means so much to Spiritual Revolution, which is why we are so grateful to be teaming up with local artists and businesses in the area to give back to a community that has been so giving and nurturing to us.
During this September event at The Zen Den, we will be displaying framed prints as well as yoga mats from JohnFTheArtist and Dore’ Vorum. Our Yoga mats use the images of these talented artists right on the mats themselves to inspire the yogi during practice.
Please come take a look at these amazing artists and the incredible fusion of yoga and art that has never existed before. And don’t forget to be eco-friendly. We take care of that too.
The mats and the artwork will be for sale. Philadelphia photographer, Joe Longo, whose incredible photos you have seen on our website and in many popular yoga magazines, will also have his work available for purchase.
Come become connected to your Sacred Journey at this divine Yoga, Devotional Music & Transformational Festival. Bhakti Fest is a 6 Day Yoga, Sacred Music, Meditation & Wellbeing Festival held in the heart of 450 acres of inspiring Joshua Tree desert. Bhakti Fest embraces Ancient and Modern Sacred Wisdom, embracing both traditional and non-traditional neo-tribal spiritual practices. The festival is a vehicle for EVOLUTION of HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS Through a HEART-CENTERED REVOLUTION.
Wanderlust 108 is a triathlon unlike any you’ve ever known. This “mindful triathlon” brings three events together in your favorite local park: a 5k run, an outdoor yoga experience, and a guided meditation — but with a twist. Unlike most triathlons, we place community above competition, inner peace above power, and self-awareness above strength. We prefer slow food to fast run times. For us, winning is measured in laughs shared and new friends made. While we’re pretty sure you’ll be challenged during the day, we are equally sure you’ll have a great time doing so. From live bands and DJs on our main stage, to lawn activities like hooping and acroyoga, to our local food and craft vendors, there’s a lot to do when you’re not on your mat.
We are so happy to announce the next Spiritual Revolution mat from artist Drew Brophy. The Metatron’s CubeMat will be available this coming fall.
It is said that viewing sacred geometry art can raise your vibration and generate an inner peace.
Deborah on the NEW Metatron’s Cube Mat
Metatron’s Cube is a three-dimensional shape created from the center points of the thirteen circles of the Fruit of Life, which is created from the Flower of Life pattern which is found in all living things. Within Metatron’s Cube contains the blueprints of the five platonic solids; these are the building blocks of all matter. This shape beautifully visualizes the simplicity of our universe, scaling infinitely larger and smaller.
This art piece was created with the intention to raise one’s vibration while practicing on the mat.
We are so happy to announce a collaboration with David Newman to create a one of a kind custom yoga mat with David’s lyrics and art by his sister Nancy Marcus Newman!
David Newman’s greatest gift is his willingness to listen to his inner voice and open his heart to be of service to others. David guides and inspires fellow travelers on their paths, through his uplifting music and the valuable insights that he shares through his writings and teachings.
We want to ask YOU to be a part of the creative process. Which of David’s lyrics would you like to see on the mat?