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The Sun and Moon of Terra Gold

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The first time I spoke with Terra Gold, my immediate impression was of the kindness and warmth in her voice. This was several years ago, when one Monday evening I was greeted by a heartfelt email that she had sent […]

The Gift of My Guru. B.K.S. Iyengar – Touching the Core

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Whenever one thinks about a famous personality or world figure, there is the perception that they are so famous and so busy that they couldn’t possibly be available for consultation, advice, mentorship or any other personal relationship. Fortunately for those […]

Teacher Profile: Tiffany Friedman Finds Her Balance

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I found a lump in my breast a few days after my birthday. Yesterday I received confirmation that I am fighting breast cancer. I contemplated sharing this on FB, and after an uneasy day yesterday, I woke up this morning […]

Teacher Profile: Jake Ferree

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“The thing that got me hooked in yoga was when the impossible became possible.” –Jake Ferree We each make our journey to yoga in our own way, and Jake Ferree’s may be one that is familiar to many of us. […]

Teacher Profile – Greville Henwood teaches Kids Yoga

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Greville Henwood is a big kid at heart. If you head to his website you’ll find a gallery of him standing on his head, smiling, and teaching kids yoga.   This sense of wonder and joy has opened doors for […]

Teacher Profile – Guru Jagat

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One of the most notable features of the RA MA Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology in Venice is the gong. It’s the only 60-inch gong in Los Angeles and the stories around it are the stuff of myth—mixed […]

Yogi Cameron – A Model Guru

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I love Yogi Cameron. There, I said it. In fact, I love him so much that I deleted my favorite episodes of Law and Order SVU on my DVR so that I could fill it up with more episodes of […]

Annie Carpenter: The Reverberating Voice of the Teacher

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By Julie Buckner On a Sunday morning in late September, Annie Carpenter approached me in class, “Julie, I notice your knees are moving into hyperextension. You need to lift the arch of your foot and work to press your calf […]

Sommer Thome: Dancing All the Way to the Mat

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You know how sometimes you meet someone for the first time who immediately feels like a good friend? That was my feeling when I first met Sommer Thome, an energetic and talented Canadian now living in Los Angeles. We met […]

Nancy Norby: Strength at the Core

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For Nancy Norby, a barre teacher for almost three decades, core strength goes far beyond the physical. A solid center — whether in class, at the barre, or in life — is paramount for success in all things. This may […]

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