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Elena Brower, founder of Virayoga, has been featured in the New York Times, Yoga Journal and on Yogaglo.com. Her teaching weaves Anusara® yoga with Handel Group coaching work, bringing a raw honesty that will light you up and help you bring your yoga practice to life. Elena teaches large-scale classes at the MoMA in New York and the Great Lawn in Central Park, and writes for the Huffington Post, Crazy Sexy Life, and her own blog at Art of Attention. She currently supports Women for Women and the Acumen Fund.
I think that acceptance of myself has to come not only with practicing yoga but with physical strength that I can now perceive and experience in my own body. I definitely feel it comes, as we get older. I really strongly feel that if you start to place yourself in yoga classes and spend the time to seek out teachers who really connect to your heart, you have no choice but to start accepting yourself more.Cast Page
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