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Kaitlin Quistgaard joined Yoga Journal in 2003 and was named Editor in Chief in 2006. She is an avid yogi, who began practicing more than two decades ago. During the late 1990s, Quistgaard served as Technology Editor for Salon.com and, prior to that, as Business Editor for Wired News and as a frequent contributor to Wired magazine. During a four-year stint in Argentina, she reported on politics and economics for Time magazine, the Miami Herald, and the Sunday Times of London.
I think one of the most impressive things with women senior teachers in the States is just
what incredible role models they are. Whether it’s a role model in aging gracefully, being fully in their bodies, embracing the changes that occur whether it’s your hair turning gray or not
being able to get into the poses that they were expert at in their 20s. And speaking about it
frankly, not with the sense of regret or bitterness but with just the honesty of this is what’s the
natural evolution of the body.
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