In addition to the Yogilates classes in top health clubs, yoga studios, and corporate wellness programs, Yogilates is now a recognized brand name that has caught the eye of the media and health and fitness world as few exercise trends have before. Vogue, Elle, Jane, Bazaar, Mode, YM, CosmoGirl, Child, Weight Watchers Magazine, the New York Times and the Village Voice have all run features on Yogilates, and both IDEA magazine and Women's Sports and Fitness listed Yogilates as one of the top new trends in fitness.
ABC News has also covered the story and Lifetime Live TV did a five-minute piece about Yogilates and its therapeutic benefits for back pain sufferers. Celebrity endorsements include super model Christy Turlington and Broadway and film star Alan Cummings. There is also its presence on the internet in the form of this website that receives over 300,000 hits a week.
Lifetime Live TV did a story last month on back pain and reported on Jonathan and how Yogilates can help prevent and relieve many back problems. Liz Naylor interviewed Jonathan for the 5 minute segment and took shots of Jonathan teaching his class. Many of Jonathan's students were asked what they got from Yogilates and the feedback was very wonderful.
Coming soon on Discovery Health "She TV" Magee Hickey has produced a fabulous 3 minute segment on how Yogilates helps a stressed out TV producer release her worries and get back in touch with her body and spirit.
The E-zines the Daily Candy and Fashion Wire Daily have run features on Yogilates.com and it has been reviewed by Efit.com and CBSNews.com. The mass media, fashion, and health and fitness world seem to understand that the combination of these two disciplines makes sense, and they appreciate its appeal to all people interested in health and fitness.