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Reflections on Decades in the Yoga World: A Duo-Interview Project

I sat down with my dear friend, Jenni Rawlings to discuss all things yoga, you can find the full article here

"One of my favorite aspects of the yoga world is the people who exist in it. At times I’ve reached out to various yogis to ask their opinions on certain hot-button topics, which I’ve then assembled together into articles for my blog. Today I’ve done something different. I decided to interview two yoga teachers I admire immensely who share a unique quality in common: they’ve both been practicing or teaching yoga since the early 1980s – much longer than most of the rest of us. I had a feeling they would each have unique perspectives to offer about the ways in which their yoga practice, yoga teaching, and the yoga world in general have evolved over the past several decades."

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