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2022 Hatha Yoga Calendar

$23.00 $30.00


The fifth annual Samaritan Press Hatha Yoga Calendar features an original illustration by David V. D'Andrea depicting a menagerie of mystic animals : the tiger, snake, raptor, and moth. A conch and tulsi plant flank the foreground and auspicious knotwork border frames the scene.

It has been screen printed by Monolith Press in five colors. 

The dimensions are 14 x 24" 

David says:

I create the Hatha Yoga calendar as a gift to yoga practitioners and art lovers alike. It is a notation of time passing and a reminder of two important points in the moon's phase, Purnima (Full Moon) and Amavasya (New Moon). As practiced by traditional Ashtanga Yoga schools the "Moon Days" are periods of rest and self care. 

The 2022 Hatha Yoga Calendar references a Panchangam for Olympia Washington. Please refer to a website such as to determine your region's moon days. They may deviate slightly from this calendar. 

Thank you!

2022 Hatha Yoga Calendar

$23.00 $30.00
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  • Edition Information

    All of my posters are made in collaboration directly (or via management) with the band. In most cases bands have heavy input regarding the artwork.

    Band posters are printed one time in a signed and numbered edition.  In a few cases I have created a second edition for different show dates or tours. If this happens I usually also change the colorway and/or paper.

    When an edition is “sold out”, it is literally sold out.  In an age of “print on demand” services I feel I need to clarify this fact.

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