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Ellen Saltonstall began her practice of meditation in 1974, and her practice of
Hatha Yoga in 1981. After a decade of study in the Iyengar Yoga method, she
met John Friend, who trained and certified her to teach Anusara™ yoga.
Ellen's early professional study and work in massage and dance set the groundwork for her ongoing passion for anatomy and the therapeutic applications of yoga. She has extensive experience working with issues such as arthritis, menopause, fertility, musculoskeletal pain, and repetitive strain injuries.
In order to give to other people you have to give to yourself. You have to be able to support your own strengths to be able to give. I think women are caretakers in so many different ways for older generation for younger generation and we really need to take care of ourselves to be able to have the energy emotionally and physically to take care of other people.Cast Page
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