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Colleen Saidman Yee
Colleen Saidman Yee has taught yoga since graduating from Jivamukti’s Teacher Training program in 1998. Colleen has featured in Vanity Fair, New York Times, USA Today, and Yoga Journal. She is featured in the PBS special- The Practical Power of Yoga and has been a guest on the Good Morning America Show. Together with husband Rodney Yee, Colleen created and now co-direct Urban Zen’s Integrative Yoga Therapist Program, a worldwide initiative of Donna Karan. Colleen and Rodney lead teacher trainings and retreats worldwide.
My main inspiration for myself and for women is to be kind and to not have to push and deplete but to use the yoga practice as restoration. So that we do have energy then to serve the world, we’re not exhausted, we can be with our kids in a real way, we can be with our spouse and I think that is a beautiful thing to offer the world, energy.Cast Page
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