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Judith Lasater has taught yoga since 1971. She holds a doctorate in East- West psychology and is a physical therapist. Judith is president of the California Yoga Teachers Association, and has been an advisor on three NIH studies on yoga and health. Her yoga training includes study with B. K. S. Iyengar in India and the United States. She teaches ongoing yoga classes and trains yoga teachers in kinesiology, yoga therapeutics, and the Yoga Sutra in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Our yoga practice and I’m using that in the widest sense, can help us observe the thoughts of self doubt and judgment that arise and when we observe the fact of, Gee I wish I were younger, gee I wish I didn’t have so many wrinkles, gee who is that old person in the mirror that when we can see that those are not facts but that those are judgments and perceptions and that we can choose other ones and that we can also illicit from ourselves, evoke from ourselves a certain compassion for the process of life itself.Cast Page
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